A new CNN poll in New Hampshire finds Bernie Sanders leading the Democratic presidential race with 21%, followed by Elizabeth Warren at 18%, Joe Biden at 15%, Pete Buttigieg at 10%, Tulsi Gabbard at 5%, Amy Klobuchar at 5%, Andrew Yang at 5% and Kamala Harris at 3%.
A new Monnouth poll in New Hampshire finds Elizabeth Warren leading the Democratic primary race with 27%, followed by Joe Biden at 25%, Bernie Sanders at 12%, Pete Buttigieg at 10%,
They are followed by Kamala Harris at 3%, Cory Booker at 2%, Tulsi Gabbard at 2%, Amy Klobuchar at 2%, Tom Steyer at 2% and Andrew Yang at 2%. The remaining 10 candidates included in the poll earn 1% or less.
Said pollster Patrick Murray: “Warren continues to look stronger with every new poll. She seems to be picking up support across the spectrum with gains coming at the expense of both Biden and Sanders.”
A new Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll shows Bernie Sanders leading the Democratic field with 29% of likely primary voters, followed by Joe Biden with 21% and Elizabeth Warren at 17%.
The survey shows that the top tier of candidates is far ahead of the pack, with Kamala Harris landing a distant fourth with 6%, followed by Andrew Yang at 5% and Pete Buttigieg lands at 4%.
A new Emerson poll in New Hampshire finds Joe Biden leading the Democratic presidential race with 24%, followed by Elizabeth Warren at 21%, Bernie Sanders at 13%, Pete Buttigieg at 11%, Kamala Harris at 8%, Tulsi Gabbard at 6%, Cory Booker at 4%, Andrew Yang at 3% and John Delaney at 3%.
In February, Sanders led the race with 27%.
Politico: “If the Democratic race has effectively narrowed to three top candidates and everyone else, elected officials here haven’t gotten the message: Some 95 percent of them, from members of the statehouse down to town party chairmen, have yet to pick a horse.”
“Democratic presidential hopefuls are waging a fierce behind-the-scenes battle to get them off the sidelines — amid a prevailing sense that the first-in-the-nation primary is up for grabs. The jockeying is set to rev into overdrive starting Thursday through this weekend, when the entire Democratic field will descend on Manchester for the party’s annual convention.”
A new Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll in New Hampshire finds Joe Biden leading the Democratic field with 21%, followed by Bernie Sanders at 17%, Elizabeth Warren at 14%, Kamala Harris at 8%, Pete Buttigieg at 6% and Tulsi Gabbard at 3%.
Said pollster David Paleologos: “This is shaping up to be a race between three candidates who all cannot figure out how to get past each other, and then every one else who are really vying for fourth place or just survival.”
“Among the reasons why Biden, Sanders, and Warren will be difficult to topple from the top-tier: unlike other candidates, a significant portion of their supporters say they have made up their minds about the race.”
A new St. Anselm College poll in New Hampshire finds Joe Biden leading the Democratic presidential race with 21%, followed by Kamala Harris at 18%, Elizabeth Warren at 17%, Pete Buttigieg at 12% and Bernie Sanders at 10%.
Beto O’Rourke, who registered at 6% in the April poll, received zero percent support in the new poll.
The poll’s margin of error is 5.2%, which means that the top three candidates — Biden, Harris and Warren – are virtually tied.
A new Monmouth poll in New Hampshire finds Joe Biden as the clear frontrunner for the Democratic nomination with 36%, followed by Bernie Sanders at 18%, Pete Buttigieg at 9%, Elizabeth Warren at 8% and Kamala Harris at 6%.
No other candidate registers more than 2% support.
Also interesting: “The overwhelming majority (68%) of likely Democratic voters prefer to have a nominee who would be a strong candidate against Trump even if they disagree with that candidate on most issues. If they were forced to choose, just 25% say they would favor a Democratic candidate who they are aligned with on the issues even if that person would have a hard time beating Trump.”
A new Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll in New Hampshire finds Joe Biden leading the Democratic presidential race with 20% support, followed by Sen. Bernie Sanders at 12%, Pete Buttigieg at 11% and Sen. Elizabeth Warren at 8%.
“The survey showed a fragmented field for Democrats. With 24 current and potential candidates polled, the top four contenders accounted for nearly 53% of support from those surveyed, while 14 candidates didn’t reach 1 percent.”
A new University of New Hampshire Poll finds Bernie Sanders leading the Democratic presidential field in New Hampshire with 30% support, followed by Joe Biden at 18% and Pete Buttigieg at 15%.
No other candidate has more than 5% support.
A new St. Anselm College poll in New Hampshire finds Joe Biden leading the Democratic presidential race with 23%, followed by Bernie Sanders at 16%, Pete Buttigieg at 11%, Elizabeth Warren at 9%, Kamala Harris at 7%, Beto O’Rourke at 6%, Cory Booker at 4% and Amy Klobuchar at 2%.
A new University of New Hampshire poll finds Sen. Bernie Sanders leading the New Hampshire primary field with 26%, followed by Joe Biden at 22%, Kamala Harris at 10%, Elizabeth Warren at 7%, Beto O’Rourke at 5%, Amy Klobuchar at 4% and Cory Booker at 3%.
A new University of Massachusetts Amherst poll in New Hampshire finds Joe Biden leading the Democratic field with 28%, followed by Bernie Sanders at 20%, Kamala Harris at 14% and Elizabeth Warren at 9%.
Another 14% said they were “undecided” about what Democrat they would support in the hypothetical 2020 primary matchup.
“Bill Gardner, the New Hampshire official who has zealously guarded his state’s position kicking off U.S. presidential races for four decades, could end his long run in office on Wednesday if lawmakers pick a new secretary of state,” Reuters reports.
“Gardner, 70, has held that role since 1976… Now he faces his first challenger in decades in Colin Van Ostern, a failed gubernatorial candidate.”
“Both candidates are Democrats, but Van Ostern is looking to capitalize on anger among Democrats in the state over Gardner’s role in a now-defunct commission Republican President Trump named to investigate allegations of voter fraud in the 2016 elections.”
Concord Monitor: “It may not be outwardly visible, but behind the scenes, the 2020 race for the White House is definitely underway in New Hampshire, the state that for a century has held the first presidential primary.”
“Potential Democratic presidential contenders are busy putting plans in place to launch likely White House campaigns. They’re also quietly courting Granite State Democratic lawmakers and rainmakers.”
New Hampshire state Rep. Frank Sapareto (R), who was producing and starring in a porn film, “assaulted his business partner in California after he felt his scenes didn’t go well, according to a civil lawsuit filed by the partner,” the AP reports.
“Sapareto, who is in his seventh term in the House and is vice chair of the criminal justice and public safety committee… He is running for re-election next month and said if he wins, he plans to run for House speaker.”
Cook Political Report: “In the wake of the New Hampshire primary, Republicans will be hard-pressed to pry either of the state’s House seats out of the Democratic column. The state’s notoriously independent electorate tends to swing hard towards parties riding a wave, and we’re moving both of the state’s House seats in Democrats’ direction.”
“An exhaustive review by state election officials, including a first-time comparison of voter information shared with 27 other states, has turned up virtually no evidence of possible voter fraud in New Hampshire,” WMUR reports.