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Biden Holds Slight Lead In New Hampshire Dem Primary, Quinnipiac University Poll Finds; 54 Percent Definitely Wouldn't Vote For Bloomberg In Primary
New Quinnipiac NEW HAMPSHIRE poll (counts for the November and December debate) Biden 20% Warren 16% Buttigieg 15% Sanders 14% Gabbard 6% Yang 4% Klobuchar 3% Steyer 3%
Quinnipiac poll of NH: Biden: 20% Warren: 16% Buttigieg: 15% Sanders: 14% Gabbard: 6% (!) Yang: 4% Klobuchar: 3% Steyer: 3%
(It’s Quinnipiac’s first NH poll, so no trendlines.)
Lest you make the mistake that Tulsi Gabbard's support is coming from the left, almost all of her support in the Q-Pac poll of NH is from voters who describe themselves as conservative or moderate. And almost all from independents and not Democrats.
New Quinnipiac poll of New Hampshire, with a 3.8% margin of error busts Warren's recent edge in NH polls Biden 20% Warren 16% Buttigieg 15% Sanders 14% Gabbard 6% Yang 4% Klobuchar 3% Steyer 3% No other candidate over 1%
Yang + Tulsi have over 3 times more support than Harris + Booker + Castro in new NH Q-poll.
Some interesting nuggets from the new Quinnipiac NH poll: Among those who say that electability is the most important candidate quality to them: Biden is at 31% Warren is at 20% Buttigieg is at 19% Sanders gets 6%
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New Quinnipiac NH poll:
is at 6% and
is at 4%, bringing Gabbard to 3/4 polls and Yang to 2/4 polls for December.
Yang cleaning up w 29 and under Not so much in older demo
and I wrote this when Bernie NH guy got pushed out, but this poll captures it: Bernie’s challenge isn’t just Warren - tho there’s overlap per 2nd choice pref - but Yang + Tulsi
of New Hampshire: Biden: 20% Warren: 16% Buttigieg: 15% Sanders: 14% Gabbard: 6% Yang: 4% Klobuchar: 3% Steyer: 3%
New Hampshire news! Biden is ahead slightly. Dem primary voters are mostly extremely or very excited with field. And - yeesh- Bloomy gets 2% —and 54%! definitely would *not* vote for him. Via
Biden up in New Hampshire. That's different I feel like most have assumed that Iowa's the better shot for him, but perhaps one could conjure an argument that the primary format and the divided field could be enough for him, as it was for Clinton '08
Look at that 45 in the middle. If Sanders were out of the race, Warren's percentage in NH would go up by nearly half.
Almost the same in Iowa. 39% of Sanders caucus-goers would shift to Warren.