As N.H. Primary Approaches, Buttigieg Takes The Lead In Polls There

Henrietta Strickland
December 7, 2019

Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg addresses a news conference after launching his presidential bid in Norfolk, Virginia on November 25, 2019. Elizabeth Warren of MA close behind, according to polling released this week. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. - putting him in first place in the race, a new poll conducted for the Los Angeles Times reveals. "But that represents a decline for Warren, who had a 7-point lead in our September survey, and Sanders has been the beneficiary of that".

Warren -22%. She's down from 29%. Kamala D. Harris of California at 8%, and Mr. Buttigieg at 6%. "They are moving around from candidate to candidate".

The survey found that Ms. Harris voters would mostly be reallocated to the top four candidates, based on their responses. Sanders would be in the lead at 25%, followed by Ms.

California is the biggest prize for the Democratic candidates next year with about 500 delegates up for grabs.

Three months before the California primary, the race for the Democratic presidential nomination remains fluid in the Golden State.

California's primary is part of the so-called Super Tuesday, which sees about a dozen states voting in primaries and caucuses.

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