A new poll of Democrat voters in New Hampshire shows that northern Vermont, Bernie Sanders, is leading the area in its original state of origin.
Sanders, a self-described Democratic Socialist who is running for his second presidency, has the support of 29 percent of likely Democratic primary voters in Granite State, according to a Franklin Pierce / Boston Herald University poll released Wednesday.
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Former Vice President Joe Biden, longtime national leader in most national and 21st rankings, Senator Elizabeth Warren of neighboring Massachusetts, who, like Sanders, is a progressive standard-bearer for the White House's hopes, registered at 1
During a conference call with Fox News and other national news organizations last week, Biden's campaign seemed to lower expectations of the former vice president in New Hampshire, as well as in Iowa, the state that launched the nominal calendar. Biden's senior advisers outlined the geographical advantages Sanders and Warren enjoy in New Hampshire.
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The latest poll puts Senator Kamala Harris of California at 6 percent support, South Bend, Ind. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii by 3 percent, and former Beto resident Rourke of Texas by 2 percent. Every other candidate mentioned in the survey registers 1% or less.
The poll was conducted September 4-10, both before and after the annual convention of the Democratic Party of New Hampshire. The candy, held Saturday in Manchester, drew 19 of the 20 remaining candidates to the nomination race. The publication of the poll also appeared on the eve of Thursday's debate on the Democratic nomination for Democrats in Houston. The sample survey error is plus or minus 4.8 percentage points.
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Those who were questioned were also asked whether they preferred the leadership of Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi or wished to see the "more progressive" brand of politics Alexander Okasio-Cortez, a freshman from New York, a favorite of many far-left Democrats.
Thirty-four percent said Okassio-Cortez, 30 percent chose Pelosi, 19 percent said neither, nor 17 percent were sure.