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New Hampshire poll suggests Michelle Obama’s race as the front-runner would be

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Fox News contributor Liz Peek, why some Democrats are pushing to give the former first lady Michelle Obama, the 2020 presidential election.

Former first lady Michelle Obama has repeatedly said there is “zero chance” that she would run for President in the year 2020, but a new poll in New Hampshire, the state holds the first primary in the race for the White house, suggested that, if Obama changed her mind, would the race as the front-runner.

The Boston Herald-Franklin Pierce University survey, released on Monday, showed a three-way tie for first place in New Hampshire — sen. Elizabeth Warren at 25 percent approval, Ex-Vice President Joe Biden at 24 per cent, sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont at 22 percent.

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But, if Obama hypothetically jumped in the race, the survey suggested that 26 percent of attack would probably primaries, voters in the granite state, with Warren and Biden at 20 percent and Sanders at 15 percent.

The former first lady, contrary to a flood of calls has given her to explain her candidacy.

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“There are so many ways to improve this country and build a better world, and I think a lot of them to help of working with young people, families lead healthier lives. But sitting behind the Desk in the Oval Office will never be one of them. It is not easy for me,” she said of the Amtrak magazine, The National, last August.

The Boston Herald-Franklin Pierce University Poll Oct. 9-13, with 422 likely to be primaries, the voters in New Hampshire questioned by a live telephone operator. The survey, the error rate was plus or minus 4.8 percentage points.

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