Dean had the support of 33 percent to Kerry's 19 percent in the Franklin Pierce College poll (search) conducted Oct. 13-15. The two essentially were tied in July in the last Franklin Pierce survey.
In several recent New Hampshire polls, Dean, the former Vermont governor, has had leads ranging from 6 percentage points to double digits over Kerry, the Massachusetts senator.
In the latest poll, Wesley Clark (search) was at 7 percent, Missouri Rep. Dick Gephardt (search) 4 percent, North Carolina Sen. John Edwards (search) 4 percent and Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman (search) 3 percent.
The poll of 600 Democrats and independents had a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.
The New Hampshire primary is Jan. 27.