As with other polling….
Elizabeth Warren has lost support after the October debate and her roll out of how she would pay for Medicare for All healthcare plan…
The college vote is about support from the left…
She and Bernie Sanders continue to fight for the same base….
According to the latest figures released Thursday, Warren’s support dropped from 31 percent to 24 percent, marking a 7-point decrease from the Oct. 15 poll.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) now holds a double-digit lead over Warren, garnering 35 percent support among college students. That level marks a high for Sanders, who previously peaked at 34 percent in April.
South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, meanwhile, followed with 8 percent.
College Pulse CEO Terren Klein warned candidates on Monday not to overlook college students in the 2020 elections, insisting that the demographic could play a crucial role, including in battleground states like Pennsylvania….