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Benny

Alison Galvani, oOne of the scientists from Yale who was part of the study published in The Lancet is on Democracy Now! today. I hope someone can find it and post it later.

jcitybone

Another huge lead for Bernie! This one the biggest of all:15%! This is for adults—for registered voters, Bernie leads by 16. I will use the gains in the RV poll because that’s probably closer but they really weren’t that different in this poll

Change from January poll
Bernie +9
Biden -16 !!!
Bloomberg +6
Warren -1
Buttigieg +2
Klobuchar +3

Bernie leads in best chance to beat Trump over Biden and Bloomberg (30/19/18)
Bernie beats Trump by 6 among registered voters and by 11 among adults (expand that electorate!). Biden is 7/8. Bloomberg is 9/5. Warren is 5/1. Buttigieg is 7/3. Klobuchar is 3/2

No crosstabs given for age, race, etc. I would have liked to see those!

https://www.politico.com/news/2020/02/19/poll-bernie-sanders-double-digit-lead-democratic-primary-115931

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has grown a double-digit lead over the rest of the Democratic presidential field in another nationwide survey, further bolstering his ascendant campaign three days before the Nevada caucuses.

Sanders enjoys the support of 32 percent of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents, according to an ABC News/Washington Post poll released on Wednesday. He finished well ahead of former Vice President Joe Biden, who came in second place with 17 percent support, and former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg, who ranked third with 14 percent.

Behind the survey’s three top-polling candidates are Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren with 11 percent, former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg with 7 percent and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar with 6 percent.

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