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Two new surveys published this week spells trouble for a democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Kamala Harris could.
The California senator is at 5 percent support in Iowa in a poll commissioned by the progressive organization that focus on Rural America. The are of 13 percentage points of its 18 percent support in the group of the previous survey, which was conducted in July.
The Iowa poll’s release came a day after an NBC News/Wall Street Journal national poll has Harris on the fifth place with 5 percent. This is down 8 points of their 13 percent of the shows in the July survey.
Harris saw their numbers rise in most national and early voting state polling in the weeks after your viral takedown by the former US Vice-President Joe Biden in the first round of the Democratic presidential primary debates at the end of June.
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Nevertheless, there are still four and a half months until the Iowa Caucasus will kick off the presidential nominating calendar. And the race for the democratic nomination remains very fluid.
The new focus on Rural America survey last Thursday, the third round of the debate and released Wednesday, was conducted by David Binder that serves as the Harris campaign’s chief pollster.
In the survey, Biden – the front-runner in the race with 25 percent support among likely Democratic caucus-goers in Iowa, with populist Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts at 23 percent.
South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg is in third place in the poll with 12 per cent. Sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont, the progressive independent from Vermont, who makes his second straight presidential run — is at 9 percent, with Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, Iowa, neighboring in the North to 8 per cent.
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Billionaire environmental and progressive advocate Tom Steyer is at 3 percent, with Sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey and tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang at 2 percent. All the other tested in the
poll Register to 1 percent or less.
Harris was beefing up its presence in Iowa, the first state to vote in the primaries and Caucasus The former California attorney General recently traveled through the state on a bus tour, and she was the first democratic White house hopeful to with ads.
Biden – who has increased his visits to Iowa and built his team on the floor this summer, enjoyed an 8-point jump since the July survey. Warren, had experienced a strong staff on the ground in Iowa since the beginning of the year, a slight 3-point drop from the previous survey.
The focus on Rural America survey was conducted from Sept. 14-17, with 500 likely Democratic presidential caucus-goers in Iowa in the question of the telephone operator put through live. The survey’s sampling error is plus or minus 4.4 percentage points.