Warren, Biden top new 2020 Democratic presidential polls

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A new national survey shows Joe Biden is enjoying a staggering 15-point polling lead over his nearest rival for the 2020 Democratic nomination, pretend Native American Elizabeth Warren.

Trump's allegations do not seem to have affected support for Biden within the Democratic field, but the former vice president is now lagging in the fundraising race, having raised about $15.2 million in the third quarter compared to Sanders's $25.3 million and Warren's $24.6 million.

MSNBC host Chris Matthews on Monday said he was a "big booster" for South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg. Dave Peterson, a professor and Whitaker Lindgren faculty fellow in political science who organized the poll, says Buttigieg's ground game in Iowa is paying off. Sanders is now third with 18% and Biden is fourth at 12%.

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Sens. Elizabeth Warren of MA and Bernie Sanders of Vermont are about even for second, with 19% and 16%, respectively.

"Given the month that Sanders has had with his surprising heart attack, staying in third place is pretty good", Peterson said, adding that Biden is "fading pretty substantially".

Biden, long viewed as the Democratic front-runner, is faltering in the wake of a debate performance last week that those surveyed saw as disappointing.

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No other candidate in the record-setting field of Democratic presidential contenders topped 1 percent in the poll. Elizabeth Warren is leading the Democratic field in Iowa, but Pete Buttigieg has moved into second place with 102 days until the first-in-the-nation caucuses.

Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard's share of the "don't want" vote increased from 7 percent in September to 17 percent. Fewer would feel as excited should Buttigieg become the party's nominee (27% enthusiastic). While the presidential hopefuls are vying to win over early primary state voters, a candidate's support in their respective home state - particularly among those who are now serving as a lawmaker - can speak volumes.

In Quinnipiac's previous survey - conducted prior to the October 15 fourth round Democratic debate - Warren had a slight 30-27 percent edge over Biden.

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From Oct. 17 to 21, Quinnipiac University surveyed 1,587 self-identified registered voters nationwide with a margin of error of +/- 3.1 percentage points. For results among potential Democratic voters, it is plus or minus 5.8 points.

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