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A new survey has some bad news for Bernie Sanders.
Sen. Sanders, I-Vt., slipped from second place third in a new poll, with Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., taking its place among likely caucus-goers in Nevada.
The survey, conducted by Monmouth University, showed Warren leading Sanders with a 19 percent approval, compared to its 13 percent. The former Vice-President, Joe Biden, still the field is dominated, however, with 36 percent in Nevada, an early indicator of Democratic success in the primaries.
The survey was the first Nevada poll released in this cycle, the Democratic National Committee, criteria for qualifying for the debates.
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Previous polling has shown Warren the following Sanders as both push a progressive message against the leader and perceived moderate Biden.
While Biden led the field under “moderate or conservative” voters,” “very liberal” voters, which supports about a quarter of the likely caucus-goers, Warren and Sanders with 27 and 26 percent.
According to polling likely caucus-goers rated health care (41 percent) as their most important issue, if you are a candidate. Environmental concerns (17 percent) and immigration (19 percent) identified as the top issues for the voters.
Only 14 percent, however, said, “the beat,” President trump was their top priority. Trump has warned a negative symbol among Democrats, but many have before, the choice of a candidate based on other criteria.
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Others, like the Jacobin, the editor of the magazine, Bhaskar Sunkara, urged to push the Democrats Biden on the left and the power of the party to advocate more progressive proposals. Among the proposals was adopted “Medicare for all”, which proposed to have both Sanders and Warren, as an alternative to the Affordable Care Act, when Biden became Vice-President.
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Monmouth poll was more good news for the both progressive, which, according to a survey published on Tuesday, beating trump in the year 2020 matchups.