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MANCHESTER, N. H. – A new poll in the state holds the first primary in the White house race there, a former Vice-President Joe Biden, with a slight advantage over his great rival Democrats for the presidential nomination are looking for.
The survey by Quinnipiac University, also suggested that South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg has.Biden and Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders in the top-tier candidates in New Hampshire
According to the survey released Monday – Biden support was 20 percent among likely Democratic primary voters in the Granite State.
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Warren, who came from neighboring Massachusetts, had the backing of 16 percent, with Buttigieg at 15 percent. Sanders – who lived for a long Vermont in adjacent and who crushed the possible candidacy of Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire in the 2016 presidential primary registered at 14 percent.
The former Vice-President, Joe Biden, submitting his name to the New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary, at the Statehouse in Concord last week.
The survey showed, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard from Hawaii at 6 percent, tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang at 4 percent, and Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and billion-dollar businessman, and environmental and progressive advocate Tom Steyer, each at 3 percent. No other candidate in the large field of Democrats seeking to unseat President Trump topped 1 percent.
The Quinnipiac survey difference from a University of New Hampshire survey for CNN has been carried out, in late October. Sanders topped the survey, with 21 percent, with Warren at 18 percent, and Biden at 15 percent and Buttigieg at 10 percent.
Granite Stater has traditionally been known as the late firm, and to go with just three months until New Hampshire’s February primary, which is reflected in the new survey. Fourteen percent of respondents were undecided, and almost two-thirds of those who said they hope that a candidate proposed, they might change their minds prior to the first day.
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The survey was carried out, as a former New started York mayor Mike Bloomberg, steps in the direction of the jump in the presidential nomination race. Assistant to the billionaire business mogul and the environment, and gun control crusader Friday, said that if Bloomberg were to run, he would probably skip the election campaign in New Hampshire and the other three early voting States in the primary and caucus-presidential nomination calendar.
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According to the survey, only 2 percent said they would said definitely vote for Bloomberg if he ran for 37 percent said they would consider backing him. The majority – 54 percent – said that they would definitely not vote for Bloomberg.
The Quinnipiac University poll of November 6-10, with 1,134 New Hampshire probably questioned primaries voters, by live telephone operators. The survey, the error rate was plus or minus 3.8 percentage points.