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Air-tight primary race in Iowa as Buttigieg breaks into top-tier: survey

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A new survey, in the state that kick off the presidential primary and caucus calendar shows in just three months, an air-tight race among the top four contenders for the democratic nomination.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts is 22 percent, among likely Democratic caucus voters in Iowa, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll on Friday, released. Fellow progressive legislators and populist champion of sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont is 19 percent in the poll, with South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg at 18 percent and former Vice President Joe Biden with 17 percent.

Warren’s 3 percentage points ahead of Sanders in the poll’s margin of error, so s is Buttigieg edge over Biden. But the standing of the South Bend mayor reflects a steady increase in Iowa support in the last few weeks, up from single digits in September.

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A USA Today/Suffolk University poll immediately after the Oct. 15 fourth Democratic presidential debate, stated Biden, with a slight 1 point lead over Warren, followed by Buttigieg and Sanders.

In the new poll, Sen. Amy Klobuchar of neighboring Minnesota, support stands at 4 percent, with Sen. Kamala Harris in California and tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang, both at 3 percent.

Harris – who’s seen that your reputation worse in the race, the last three months – all-in” went to Iowa, spending about half of October in the first caucus state. The senator’s campaign announced this week that they are moving resources from the other early voting States and its Baltimore, Md., Headquarters in Iowa.

Sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard from Hawaii, and a multi-billion dollar business man and the environment, and progressive advocate Tom Steyer-all of you are at 2 percent. All of the others in the large field of Democratic White house hopefuls registered at 1 percent or less.

When factoring in the second choice preferences of the voters in question, the poll, Warren is at 47 percent. Sanders is the first or second choice of 34 percent of likely caucus-goers, with Buttigieg, 31 percent, and Biden at 28 percent.

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The New York Times/Siena College Poll, Oct. 25-30, with 439 likely Democratic caucus-goers in the Hawkeye state in question telephone operator put through live. The survey’s sampling error is plus or minus 4.7 percentage points.

The poll’s release comes hours before almost the entire field of Democratic presidential candidates rise to take place in Des Moines in the Iowa Democratic party, freedom and justice fundraiser.

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