A new Monmouth poll in Iowa finds Joe Biden leading the Democratic presidential race with 23%, followed by Bernie Sanders at 21%, Pete Buttigieg at 16%, Elizabeth Warren at 15%, Amy Klobuchar at 10%, Tom Steyer at 4% and Andrew Yang at 3%.
But most interesting is that just 47% of likely caucusgoers say they are firmly decided on which candidate they will support.
Said pollster Patrick Murray: “Caucus electorates are the most difficult to model in polling. The smartest takeaway from this, or any Iowa poll for that matter, is to be prepared for anything on Monday.”
Also important: “The poll asked caucusgoers to name a candidate they have in mind as a second choice. When these are combined with initial preferences, Biden (39%), Warren (34%), Sanders (32%), and Buttigieg (29%) are bunched together. They are trailed by Klobuchar (22%), Steyer (10%), and Yang (7%) as either a first or second choice.”Save to Favorites