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Biden, Warren, fighting for top spot heading into Tuesday-2020-The-debate

in the vicinityVideoJoe Biden tops Elizabeth Warren in the Fox News poll on the candidates, the best to beat President Trump

Biden and Warren are tied, if the combination of the first and second choice of the respondents in the Fox News poll; Peter Doocy reports.

A new national survey on the eve of the Democrats’ in the fourth round presidential primary debate, Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and former Vice-President, Joe showed Biden, locked in a tight race for their party’s nomination.

Warren was a 30 percent approval in a Quinnipiac University poll Monday, the Democratic voters and the independents who leaned against the party. Biden, the undisputed leader, to Warren’s rise in the polls of the last months was 27 per cent.

Warren’s three percentage points ahead of the error rate was within the survey.

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The survey was the third conducted by Quinnipiac since the end of last month, Warren with a slight edge to Biden.

“For Senator Warren, the third straight time is essentially tied to the top of the stimulus is emphasized,” Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst Tim Malloy. “Your candidacy has clearly perseverance in the debate.”

Sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont was 11 percent, in South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg at 8 percent, and Sen. Kamala Harris of California, at 4 percent.

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Sens. Cory Booker from New Jersey and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang and billionaire environmental and progressive advocate Tom Steyer, each registered at 2 percent in the survey. The other candidates in the shrinking, but still in the large field of competitors was 1 percent or less.

The Quinnipiac poll differs from a Fox News survey last week published, which showed that Biden, at 32 percent, with Warren’s ten points to 22 percent and Sanders at 17 percent. No other candidate cracked double digits in the Fox News poll.

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Twelve candidates qualified for Tuesday’s debate, set to be held at the Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio. They are – in alphabetical order – Biden, Booker, Buttigieg, former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard from Hawaii; Harris, Klobuchar, former Rep. Beto O’rourke of Texas, Sanders, Steyer, Warren, and Yang.

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While the national primary horse race polls grabbed a lot of attention, the battle for the nomination is a battle for the States and their delegates. And a new poll in New Hampshire, the state with the first presidential holds primary, showed a three-way tie at the top.

Warren stood at 25 percent support among likely Democratic primary voters in the granite state in a Boston Herald-Franklin Pierce University poll, with Biden at 24 percent, and Sanders with 22 percent. Buttigieg was at 9 percent and Harris at 5 percent, with no one else in the area, topping 2 percent.

In New Hampshire, Republican presidential contest, President Trump the overwhelming favorite remained against three extremely-long-shot primary Challenger, but his support has. from 88 per cent a month ago to 71 percent in the survey One of the main challengers, former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld, saw his support jump from 3 percent in early September to 14 percent in the new poll.

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The Boston Herald-Franklin Pierce University Poll Oct. 9-13, with 422 likely primaries, voters and 405 likely Republican primary voters in New Hampshire questioned by a live telephone operator. The survey, the error rate was plus or minus 4.8 percentage points for democratic primary questions and plus or minus 4.9 percentage points for the GOP primary questions.

The Quinnipiac University poll October 11-13, with 1,195 self-identified voters interviewed nationwide live telephone operator. The survey included 505 Democratic voters and independent voters leaning democratic with a margin of error of plus or minus 5.3 percentage points.

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