The "first-in-the-nation" primary opened Tuesday morning with New Hampshire voters making their choice for the next president of the United States.
Following the Iowa caucus, where Ted Cruz made a decisive victory and Hillary Clinton beat Bernie Sanders by a hair, public polls suggest Donald Trump and Sanders could take the wins in the Granite state.
Glenn voiced his predictions on how the candidates would fare during his radio program Tuesday.
Listen or read the transcript below.
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors.
GLENN: Tonight, Donald Trump is going to do extraordinarily well in New Hampshire, maybe as high as 20 points ahead of number two. Number two could be Kasich. Number two could be Jeb Bush. I'm expecting -- I'm expecting Ted Cruz to come in fourth, perhaps fifth. He hasn't really spent much time in New Hampshire. It is probably -- according to Stu, looking at the polls, probably the worst state in the union for him. So if he --
PAT: I'd say so. Massachusetts, you know.
GLENN: That's not his territory.
PAT: That's not his territory.
GLENN: I mean, he's -- last time I saw a poll in California, he was leading in California.
PAT: Yeah, which was really amazing.
GLENN: Amazing. So it's just this northeastern kind of thing. And by looking at who they have, they want the establishment. Either Donald Trump or the establishment.