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Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (I) leads the Democratic field in New Hampshire, but South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg is on the rise and running neck-and-neck with former Vice President Joe Biden, according to a new poll.
The latest Granite State Poll from the University of New Hampshire finds Sanders at 30 percent, followed by Biden at 18 percent and Buttigieg at 15 percent. No other candidate has more than 5 percent support. Seventy-seven percent of Democrats said they’re still trying to decide who to support.
The article goes on to state the following:
There is rising interest in Buttigieg among Democratic voters.
A new UNH Granite State poll is out today: Sanders at 30%, Biden at 18%, Buttigieg at 15% and Warren at 5%. A few takeaways for this poll (which IS a qualifying poll for the early primary debates)… https://t.co/RIGETDMlfD pic.twitter.com/Jmld5y93JU
— Zach Montellaro (@ZachMontellaro) April 22, 2019
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