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    Elizabeth Warren Makes Huge Gains in Democratic Presidential Race

    Updated: October 15, 2019 at 9:59 am EST  See Comments

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    Elizabeth Warren Makes Huge Gains in Democratic Presidential Race

    New polling data shows that Senator Elizabeth Warren has continued to make great strides in her campaign to become the Democratic party’s presidential nominee.

    The latest poll from YouGov/CBS shows that Warren is in a dead heat with frontrunner Joe Biden in Iowa, sharing 22% of the vote. Bernie Sanders is just behind with 21%, followed by Buttigieg (14%), Harris (5%), Steyer (3%), Klobuchar (2%), Booker (2%) and O’Rourke (2%).

    The previous YouGov Iowa poll, conducted between August 28 and September 4, showed Biden sitting 28 percent, Sanders at 26 percent, Warren at 17 percent, and Buttigieg at just 7 percent – the military veteran and Mayor of South Bend has since doubled his percentages.

    “Warren leads in our delegate model over Biden … demonstrating that she’s competitive in many regions,” CBS noted.

    Biden has been the favorite to take the nomination ever since announcing his bid, despite the fact he entered the race rather late. Though you would anticipate Trump’s claims about Biden’s links to Ukraine might have hurt the former VP’s polling numbers, this does not appear to be the case.

    However, “it’s Biden’s response to the president, not the charges, that may be more telling here, CBS noted. “More Democrats say Biden’s response has left them somewhat satisfied than very satisfied.”

    Warren, on the other hand, is seen as being better equipped to deal with the inevitable attacks that will come her way from the

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