Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has pulled ahead of former Vice President Joe Biden in the latest Iowa polls.
The Democratic Socialist is now nine points ahead of Biden, just days before the state will hold the first caucuses of the 2020 election season.
According to the Emerson College poll of registered Democrats and Democrat-leaning independents, 30 percent of voters plan to cast their ballots for Sanders this week. Biden came in second with 21 percent followed by Amy Klobuchar at 11 percent and Elizabeth Warren at 13 percent.
“Compared to the Emerson Poll of Iowa in December, Sanders has picked up the most support, rising eight points. Biden has lost two points, Klobuchar has moved up three points, and Warren has dropped one point. […]
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