Sanders is leading the pack of Democric presidential candidates in Iowa, New York Times poll finds
Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders holds a strong lead in Iowa over a week before the caucus in the state, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll.The senator from Vermont's support has swelled by six points since late October, and hes' now capturing 25% of the Iowa vote. Yet the outcome is far from certain: Some 40% of voters say they could still caucus for another candidate, the poll found. Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) speaks at town hall at the National Motorcycle Museum on January 3, 2020 in Anamosa, Iowa. Stephen Maturen | Getty Images Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders holds a strong lead in Iowa over a week before the caucus in the state, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll. The senator from Vermont's support has swelled by six points since the last Times-Siena survey in late October, and he's now garnering 25% of the Iowa vote. Support for the more moderate candidates -- Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Ind., and former Vice President Joe Biden -- has stalled since the fall. Buttigieg has 18% of the vote and Biden 17%. Progressive voters are rallying behind Sanders more than his opponent on the left Sen. Elizabeth Warren, whose support in Iowa has waned to 15% from 22% in the the last Times-Siena survey . At that point, Warren was leading the pack of Democratic presidential candidates. Sanders, a democratic socialist making a second run for the presidency, also showed a lead in a poll earlier this month from The Des Moines Register and CNN. If Sanders won Iowa, his campaign would likely see fresh momentum and support going into New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina. The 78-year-old candidate narrowly lost Iowa to Hillary Clinton four years ago. Yet the outcome is far from certain, with voters in Iowa famous for unpredictability. Indeed, some 40% of voters say they could still caucus for another candidate, the New York Times/Siena College poll found. Related Tags Read more: CNBC
Did you mean, “democrook “🤡 What Party is Democric? DNC won’t allow him to win Yes. That is good news (for Trump)
Sanders Seizes Lead in Volatile Iowa Race, Times Poll FindsBreaking News: Bernie Sanders has opened up a lead in Iowa in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, a New York Times/Siena College poll of likely caucusgoers found With just a week until the Iowa caucuses, here's the state of the race for the Democratic presidential nomination in Iowa, according to the new Times-Siena poll: —Bernie Sanders, 25% —Pete Buttigieg, 18% —Joe Biden, 17% —Elizabeth Warren, 15% —Amy Klobuchar, 8% We’re fucked. Polls are so volatile
In impeachment lockdown far from Iowa, senators deploy shadow campaignsFour Senate Democrats running for president are pinned down in the chamber for Trump's impeachment trial, keeping them from campaigning ahead of Iowa's caucuses. But they do have some tricks up their sleeves. Lolol Sanders campaign casts a HUUUUUGE shadow. BigUs is almost to Iowa. write about the ' shadownet ' TRUMP LANDSLIDE TRUMP LANDSLIDE TRUMP LANDSLIDE
Williamson To Support Yang In Iowa Caucuses: He's 'Deep In Substance'The Democratic presidential dropout said she also admires Warren and Sanders, but suggested they don't need her help 'right now.'
Iowa Voters in Obama-Trump County ‘Open-minded’ About 2020 ElectionHoward County, Iowa voted by more than 20 percentage points for Obama in 2012 and more than 20 percentage points for Trump in 2016. WSJ’s John McCormick sat down with a group of the county’s voters to discuss their outlook on the 2020 election. Need much more of this in the “news.” Pretty even handed. Listening. Not telling people what to think. Definitely worth a listen. This county’s voters sound really wishy-washy.
Marianne Williamson lends her support to Andrew Yang in IowaFormer presidential candidate Marianne Williamson said she'd support businessman Andrew Yang in Iowa on Wednesday night in order to help the candidate get through the early state primaries. peyote for everybody! Well that's a game-changer... I’m sure Yang is thrilled to get those 10 supporters
Democrats’ Iowa Ads Take Aim at TrumpIn a barrage of 85 different ads that have aired more than 72,000 times in the past two months on local television, no Democrat has mentioned a primary rival by name, a Wall Street Journal review found. Instead, candidates and the political groups backing them have trained their fire on President Trump. It’s a shame because no new ideas came from this event. That’s what they are intended to do. This is dangerous to have a planned message as a party. Progressives - Play it safe as they have no sane following to protect them - or its collusion ~ Dnc won't let them