Two polls out this morning….
One has Biden leading in Elizabeth Warren’s home state of Massachusetts by a small margin….
A second poll has Biden with his continual margin of lead over the Democratic field with Warren slightly behind Bernie Sanders…
A new Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll of likely Massachusetts primary voters found a surging Elizabeth Warren closing in on Joe Biden’s lead as the number of undecided voters shrinks.
The poll Biden leading the field of 2020 Democratic presidential candidates with 26% support, followed by Warren with 24%, within the margin of error. Sen. Bernie Sanders was in third place with 8%, while Pete Buttigieg came in fourth with 5%. No other Democratic candidate registered more than three percent in the poll.
The results represent a 14-point gain for Warren since a June Suffolk/Globe poll found her with the backing of 10% of likely voters.
A new Washington Post/ABC News poll finds Joe Biden leading the Democratic presidential race with29%, followed by Bernie Sanders at 19%, Elizabeth Warren at 18%.
Kamala Harris is next at 7%, followed by Pete Buttigieg at 4%, Beto O’Rourke at 3% and Andrew Yang at 3%.
Key takeaway: “Nearly 6 in 10 Democratic-leaning voters say they would consider switching to support another candidate for the party’s nomination or that they still don’t have a preference.”