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More polling evidence has surfaced this week that Sen. Elizabeth Warren in Massachusetts can dimming Bernie Sanders in second place in the race for the democratic presidential nomination, a development that rattle sure, the excited campaign of the senator from Vermont.
Fox News national poll released Thursday showed that the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, remains in the lead with 31 percent. But the poll put Warren at 20 percent, doubling Sanders’ from 10 per cent.
FOX NEWS POLL: LEADS BIDEN NOR WARREN IS RISING IN THE SECOND
And an average of the latest 2020 democratic presidential nomination, surveys of aggregator Real Clear politics now Warren, with 17.3 per cent, just ahead of Sanders, to 16 percent. None of the other candidates in the record field of about two dozen White house contenders cracked two digits.
All of these surveys were conducted after the second round of the Democratic presidential primary debates, which were held two weeks ago. Political experts and analysts gave Warren high marks for their performance on the debate stage.
Just as importantly, Warren has a slight lead over Sanders (and Sen. Kamala Harris) in the Real Clear politics average of recent polls in Iowa, the state of the first votes in the presidential nomination calendar. But she trails Sanders by about 3 percentage points in the average of the last polls in New Hampshire, which holds the first presidential primary.
Both Warren and Sanders, of the party, two liberal standard-bearer, campaigned in New Hampshire this week. The state, the neighbors, both in Massachusetts and Vermont is considered to be a “must win” for both candidates.
In a moment that encapsulated their steady rise in recent months, shot a video of a CNN reporter, the Warren nd supporters at an event on a farm in Franconia, N. H. to run through a field of rejoicing, with the picturesque White Mountains as your backdrop quickly went viral this week.
Like Warren, Sanders also healthy quantities moved during his latest campaign swing in the first-in-the-nation primary state.
But he was also in the struggle with perceptions to slip his campaign.
“While you may not know it from the current reporting in the media, Bernie Sanders is a positive development in his campaign for the presidency, as demonstrated by multiple points,” his campaign released argued in a memo this week.
SANDERS AND HIS CAMPAIGN TO PUSH BACK AGAINST THE MEDIA
In a conference call with reporters, Sanders campaign pollster Ben Tulchin repeatedly stresses that what he is as flawed and negative-media-narrative Sanders slipping in the polls is “not true.”
Refers to an analysis of public opinion polls of the last month is the second round of the primaries, debates, polling website, FiveThirtyEight, Tulchin said that a “new independent polling analysis shows that Sanders has won the support of candidates for the second round of the debate and solidly in second place among the field.”
Senior consultant Jeff Weaver specifically target picked up on recent reports by CNN, MSNBC and The Washington Post.
Hours later, Sanders was targeted both the Post and the New York Times for their coverage of his campaign.
SANDERS DISPUTES WITH WASHINGTON POST
“I’m talking about Amazon (taxes) all of the time,” said Sanders in a town hall in New Hampshire. “And then I wonder why The Washington Post, the do not write in the possession of Jeff Bezos, who owns Amazon, very good article about me. I don’t know why.”
And he charged that the “New York Times, it is much better,” as the Washington Post, when it comes to the coverage of his presidential campaign.