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MANCHESTER, NH – For the second straight week, a survey in the New Hampshire primaries, the race shows a battle for the top spot between Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and former Vice-President Joe Biden.
The new survey, carried out by the Saint Anselm College survey Center and released Tuesday, also shows, sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont, in the middle of a possible candidacy of Hillary Clinton in the 2016 New Hampshire primary in a distant third place.
Warren, the populist senator, a progressive policy proposal to the other, the PUSH-out at 25 percent in the survey. Before Biden, the front-runner in most polls of voters nationally and in early primary and caucus States because his candidacy was the end of April, is 24 percent. The margin between Warren and Biden is also within the survey, the error rate of 4.8 percent.
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“Stay there for several months, before you throw in New Hampshire Democrat, your primary ballot, but Warren and Biden were separated clearly from the rest of the field,” New Hampshire Institute of Politics executive director Neil stresses Levesque.
“If the dynamic Warren as the candidate who best expresses the Democratic voters’ preferences and Biden as the one who has the best chance to beat the trump card that sets in with the electorate, this is likely to be in a two-person race, the absence of a major shake-up,” he added.
Sanders, the populist independent senator, stands at 11 percent in the survey, South Bend, Ind. Mayor Buttigieg a point to 10 percent. Sr., Kamala Harris, the California Register at 5 percent in the survey, rounding out the top five.
The poll’s release comes hours after Sanders, the increase in reported a whopping $25.3 million during the July-September the third quarter of fundraising, with Buttigieg 19.1 million and Harris hauling in $in $ 11.6 million.
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Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard from Hawaii, respectively, to 3 percent in the survey. Business man and billionaire environmental and progressive activist Tom Steyer and tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang are each at 2 percent, with Sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey at 1 percent. All the other sample came in less than 1 percent, with 9 percent undecided, go with something a little more than four months until primary day.
Levesque stressed that “there is still some liquid in this race, as 65 percent of the Warren-to give to supporters, 72 percent, Biden supporters, 56 percent of the Sanders supporters, and 73 per cent of Buttigieg voters that they expect that their choice could change between now and the primary election.”
Among the voters, which was not firm in their choice of candidate, the second choice of 26 percent, followed by Biden (12 percent), Buttigieg (11 percent), Sanders and Harris (7 percent)
Warren, the field of candidates, garnished on the question of who would be the best President (27 percent, versus 19 percent that Biden picked up). But Biden came out on top when voters were asked who would be the strongest candidate to become Republican President, Donald Trump will take in the next year General elections (37 percent), compared to 26 percent who picked up Warren).
The St. Anselm poll came out a week after a survey by the Monmouth University in New Hampshire, grabbed national attention for suggesting that Warren and Biden are fighting for the top spot, with Sanders a distant third.
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Previous Granite State poll released earlier in September and the end of August, all across the board, with one suggesting Sanders holding a lead of one; another, indicating to Biden, a three-way tie, Warren, and Sanders; and a third Sanders is shown in the following, Biden and Warren.
The Saint Anselm College Survey Center-Sept Survey. 25-29, with 423 registered voters in New Hampshire, which stated that they were likely to be put to the vote in the state Democratic presidential primary question through the live telephone operator.