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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) surged to first place in New Hampshire, leapfrogging Joe Biden, according to a new poll of primary voters.
Sanders has the support of 29 percent of likely voters in the Granite State, according to a Boston Herald, NBC10 Boston and Franklin Pierce [U]niversity poll released Monday, with just over two weeks to go before the primary.
The article goes on to state the following:
Sanders’s support jumped 7 points since a survey released by the same pollsters two weeks ago, leapfrogging former Vice President Biden who was leading in the poll from earlier this month.
Sanders – 29%
Biden – 22% (down 4 points from earlier January poll)
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) 16%
Pete Buttigieg – 10%
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) 5 %
According to a new CNN poll of New Hampshire by New Hampshire University, 25 percent of likely Democratic primary voters favor Sanders, a four-point surge from an October poll.
Left behind Sanders are Biden (16%), Buttigieg (surging five-points to 15%), Warren (12%, a 6-point slide), and Kobuchar (6%).
“Among likely Republican primary voters, 72% said they would vote for President Donald Trump if the primary were held today, down from 79% two weeks ago.”
WBUR is out with a new poll of New Hampshire Democratic presidential primary voters this morning:
🗳️ 29% Sanders
🗳️ 17% Buttigieg
🗳️ 14% Biden
🗳️: 13% Warren
🗳️ 6% Klobuchar
🗳️ 5% Yang
🗳️ 5% Gabbard
🗳️ 2% Steyer
🗳️ 1% or less for othershttps://t.co/5J1BTJ1asJ
— WBUR (@WBUR) January 23, 2020
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