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A new survey of Democratic voters in New Hampshire shows, Vermont sen. Bernie Sanders leads the field in this first-in-the-nation primary state.
Sanders, a self-described Democratic socialist, who published in his second bid for the presidency, with the support of 29 percent of likely Democratic primary voters in the granite state, according to the Franklin Pierce University/Boston Herald poll Wednesday.
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The former Vice-President Joe Biden, long the front-runner in most national and early-state polls, stands at 21 per cent in this survey. Sen. Elizabeth Warren of neighboring Massachusetts, who, like Sanders, is a progressive standard -bearer in the field of White house hopefuls, registered with 17 percent in the survey.
Sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont, speaks at the New Hampshire Democratic party annual conference in Manchester on Saturday.
In a conference call with Fox News and other national news organizations last week, the Biden campaign, the former Vice-President of the games, the expectations in New Hampshire and in Iowa, the state that was the starting shot for the nomination calendar seemed to be down. Biden’s senior adviser, pointed to the geographical advantages of both Sanders and Warren enjoy in New Hampshire.
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The latest survey puts Bend, Sr., Kamala Harris of California, 6 percent support, South, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg and tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang, both at 5 percent, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard from Hawaii at 3 percent, and former Rep. Beto O’rourke of Texas in the case of 2 percent. All the other candidates mentioned in the survey registered at 1 percent or less.
The survey was conducted, Sept. 4-10, both before and after the New Hampshire Democratic party of the annual meeting. The confab will take place on Saturday in Manchester, lured the 19 of the 20 remaining candidates for the nomination race. The survey’s release came on the eve of Thursday of the third round of the nomination of the Democrats debate, which will be held in Houston.
The survey sample of 425 likely primaries, voters in the Granite State. The survey’s sampling error is plus or minus 4.8 percentage points.
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The respondents were also asked whether they prefer the leadership of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, or the desire of the ‘progressive’ politics have been that of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a freshman legislator from New York, which has become a favorite of many far-left Democrats.
Thirty-four percent said Ocasio-Cortez, a 30-percent the choice of Pelosi, a 19 percent say neither and 17 percent are unsure.