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A new Democrat primary poll from New Hampshire shows Biden big profits for Bernie and losses for Joe. Karl Rove breaks down the numbers.
On Tuesday, the Fox News political contribution, Karl Rove threw cold water on Sens. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., 2020 candidacies.
His comments came after the University of New Hampshire, published a survey shows, Sanders beat, former Vice-President Joe Biden by double digits — from 30 percent to 18 percent of likely Democratic voters in the granite state. Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg came in third place with 15 percent, while Warren each of them delayed with only five percent of likely voters support it.
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Although Sanders often led declared Democratic candidates, Biden, who is expected to declare his candidacy in the coming days, the him in earlier polling. “Must be a little careful with these polls,” Rove, “America’s Newsroom” host Bill Hemmer.
Rove pointed to St. Anselm College in earlier polling, which showed Biden leading Sanders by 7% (from 23 to 16 percent) among the registered Democratic voters in New Hampshire, and Warren, with 9 percent support.
“These numbers are all over the board. Do we really think that Joe Biden has lost 20 percent of its support in 10 days? Do we really think that Bernie Sanders has his support in 10 days, doubled? … Elizabeth Warren, we believe, they lost almost half of their support in 10 days?” Rove asked, sounding incredulous.
Rove, the speculated Sanders President Donald Trump in 2020, could hit said he expected, Sanders, gave it an advantage over Biden, that his home state is Vermont and New Hampshire. The interesting story, Rove said, was that Warren, who was painted as a progressive hero, was so good.
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“Elizabeth Warren, the only of a re-election campaign in Massachusetts, which is not so good in either poll,” Rove observed. The results came after Warren, the first democratic candidate to call for impeachment hearings surrounding Trump’s behavior in the office — something more established Democrats shied away from have apparently, due to its political implications.
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Sanders pulled away from the charge, but, like Warren, has criticism for the proposal for large government programs, the cost would be money the American taxpayers a lot. His populist predisposition has led some to compare him to the President. As Rove pointed out, a fraction of Sanders’ supporters secured the trump card in the General election.
Rove argues that Buttigieg, who he saw as a strong contender in recent polling, made a smart move in starting Sanders and Trump together as a populist influences that needed to be tamed by a candidate like him.