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It’s a new three-way race in Iowa.

Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, who was initially seen as a long-shot presidential contender, has surged within striking distance of former vice president Joe Biden and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren in the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses, a Suffolk University/USA TODAY Poll finds.

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Biden, long viewed as the Democratic frontrunner, is faltering in the wake of a debate performance last week that those surveyed saw as disappointing.

The new poll places Biden at 18%, Warren at 17% and Buttigieg at 13% among 500 likely Democratic caucusgoers, USA Today reported.

Both Biden and Kamala Harris have taken a hit in Iowa. The new poll shows Biden has fallen by 6 points, and Harris has plummeted by 13 points.

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