04/10/2020

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and former Vice President Joe Biden are neck and neck in N…

Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersButtigieg says Iowa ‘shocked the nation’ in caucus night speechCampaigns fume about being left in the dark after Iowa results delayedSanders predicts he’ll do ‘very, very well’ as Iowa continues to wait for resultsMORE (I-Vt.) and former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenCampaigns fume about being left in the dark after Iowa results delayedSanders predicts he’ll do ‘very, very well’ as Iowa continues to wait for resultsIowa caucus results not expected until morningMORE are neck and neck in New Hampshire ahead of the states primary next week, according to a new University of Massachusetts Lowell poll.
Twenty-three percent of likely Democratic New Hampshire primary voters said they supported Sanders, while 22 percent said they were behind Biden. The two are within the surveys margin of error.
Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenButtigieg says Iowa ‘shocked the nation’ in caucus night speechCampaigns fume about being left in the dark after Iowa results delayedSanders predicts he’ll do ‘very, very well’ as Iowa continues to wait for resultsMORE (D-Mass.), meanwhile, trailed by only 4 points, coming in at 19 percent support.
Former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete ButtigiegPeter (Pete) Paul ButtigiegButtigieg says Iowa ‘shocked the nation’ in caucus night speechEntrance polls: Iowa caucusgoers prioritize electability, health careTrump wins Iowa GOP caucusesMORE and Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy Jean KlobucharSanders predicts he’ll do ‘very, very well’ as Iowa continues to wait for resultsKlobuchar amid delay in Iowa results: ‘We are punching above our weight’Frustration, questions as delays hamper Iowa caucusesMORE (D-Minn.) rounded out the top five contenders at 12 and 6 percent support, respectively.
New Hampshire, whose primary is not fully closed, can be difficult to poll because of the uncertainty about how many undeclared voters will turn out for the Democratic primary.
The state has 413,000 undeclared voters, 288,000 registered Republicans and 275,000 registered Democrats.
The survey comes eight days ahead of the nations first Democratic primary in New Hampshire and hours before the Iowa caucuses on Monday.
A number of recent national polls show Biden and Sanders emerging as Democratic primary voters top picks.
An NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll released Friday showed Sanders at 27 percent support nationally, while Biden was close behind at 26 percent support.
The University of Massachusetts Lowell survey was conducted from Jan. 28 to Jan. 31 among 400 likely New Hampshire Democratic primary voters. The margin of error is plus or minus 6.4 percentage points.