There is a quagmire developing on the left side of the 2020 election, and the Democrats don’t seem to have a solution for it at all.
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s entrance into the race was meteoric, despite the numerous allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior against him. He skyrocketed to the very top of the polls, and remained there for months. Now, as his son’s Ukrainian business dealings come into focus thanks to the Democratic push for impeachment, “Sleepy Joe” has slipped terribly in the polls, falling into a 4-way tie with Indianapolis Mayor Pete Buttigeig and Senators Liz Warren and Bernie Sanders.
Sanders, however, has taken a nosedive in one of the most pertinent places.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is struggling to maintain a top dog status in New Hampshire, plunging to fourth place in the Granite State, a Quinnipiac University poll released Monday revealed.
The survey, taken November 6 – 10, 2019, among 1,134 New Hampshire likely Democratic primary voters, showed former Vice President Joe Biden (D) taking a surprising lead in New Hampshire with 20 percent support. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) came in second with 16 percent support, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D), who has been experiencing a surge in Iowa, bypassed Sanders, taking third place with 15 percent support.
Sanders, who in recent weeks appeared to be bouncing back in the early primary state, fell to fourth place with 14 percent support.
The dire indecision of the Democratic constituency has wreaked havoc on the field as of late, with several late-entrants eyeing a possible opening into the race.
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