On the eve of the New Hampshire primary, two new polls show Gov. Rick Perry in last place in the state, even trailing Buddy Roemer, a former Louisiana Gov. who has received far less attention than Perry on the campaign trail.
Phone surveys from Public Policy Polling and Suffolk University both show Perry drawing 1 percent support. Roemer polled at 2 percent in the Suffolk poll and 3 percent support in the PPP poll.
Both polls show Mitt Romney with a double-digit lead, followed by US Rep. Ron Paul, R-Lake Jackson, Jon Huntsman, Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum.
Both polls were conducted over the weekend.
Details on the Suffolk University poll are here.
Details of the PPP poll are here.
Perry has said he is focusing his attention this week on South Carolina, which holds its primary on Jan. 21.
Over the past week, Roemer has been working to draw attention to his poll numbers compared to Perry's, arguing that he should be allowed in the remaining televised debates if Perry is still allowed in.