Beginning over the summer, Elizabeth Warren’s political star was rising.
But that seems to be over now.
First she took a hit for embracing Medicare-for-all. Then she took another hit for backing away from the plan.
She has been sinking ever since.
The Washington Examiner reports:
ANALYSIS: Support for Elizabeth Warren nosediving in polls since fall
Elizabeth Warren’s fast rise in the 2020 Democratic primary field is over.
The Massachusetts senator’s poll numbers shot up consistently in late summer and early fall, largely at the expense of first-tier rivals former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
But her rise in support also brought added scrutiny, including how Warren, 70, planned to fund her “Medicare for all” plan, which would effectively end private health coverage […]
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