Sanders rises past, Biden, Bloomberg, in the national survey

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Vermont sen. Bernie Sanders is a race to the striking front-runner in the Democratic primary, while the former leader Joe Biden continues his downward spiral after big losses in Iowa and New Hampshire, according to new polling.

Meanwhile, President Trump’s approval rating climbed to tie its all-time high in the NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, 47 percent, signaling the indictment has not been injured, the commander-in-chief, and may have helped him politically. Trump’s approval rating reached a new record of 51 percent among independents, the found polling out Tuesday.

The survey shows Sanders the pack takes after his strong race in the first two early voting States, at 27 percent support among Democratic primary voters – unchanged from January to retrieve. But Biden, who previously led with 26 percent in the last month, fell to a distant second place at 15 percent.


As Biden support, the former New York city mayor Mike Bloomberg continued its steady climb in the national polls, fueled by his millions in TV advertising waned expenditure. Bloomberg is now at 14 percent (+5 points); sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, also gets 14 per cent (1 point); and the former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg is at 13 per cent (Plus 6 percentage points), the survey showed. All four candidates in a statistical tie for second place behind Sanders.

Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., follow the pack at 7 percent nationwide (up to 2 points.)

“Bernie Sanders is the definitive front-runner, and his numbers represent his ceiling, but his base, with room to grow,” democratic pollster Peter Hart told the Wall Street Journal.

Sanders enjoys a degree of enthusiasm by any of his Democratic rivals.

“There is an error in this Phase is to say, we are looking at its tip, because it just looks to me that, as the field narrows, he becomes the recipient, especially if Elizabeth Warren is,” said Hart, who worked on the poll with Jeff Horwitt, a Democrat, and Republican Bill Mclnturff.


A similar survey from this week showed Bloomberg shaft, which helped him qualify for the Wednesday in the debate in Nevada.

Sanders, an independent from Vermont, is running on his platform of democratic socialism, and includes an expansion of the Federal government, including a “Medicare for all” health care system. But even as its popularity is cemented, the polling shows that voters still don’t cozied up to socialism. Two-thirds said they were uncomfortable with a socialist.


The democratic field is meetings its next big test on Saturday at the group in Nevada, followed by the South Carolina primary on Feb. 29.

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