Sanders Takes Lead in Calif.; Warren Falls — LA Times Poll

Sanders Takes Lead in Calif.; Warren Falls — LA Times Poll

Sanders Takes Lead in Calif.; Warren Falls — LA Times Poll

South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg-12%.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and former Vice President Joe Biden lost ground in the state, according to the results compared to the last poll from the same polling organization.

He's up from 19% in a September survey. Warren is now in second place with the support of 22% of voters; in September, she was at 29%. Kamala D. Harris of California at 8%, and Mr. Buttigieg at 6%. Harris voters would mostly be reallocated to the top four candidates, based on their responses.

"The race is really unusually fluid", said Mark DiCamillo, director of the Berkeley IGS poll. "Voters are struggling and not sticking with their candidates". They both seem more change-resistant than candidates like Warren, Buttigieg and Sanders. President Trump followed, surpassing the remaining candidates in the Democrat 2020 field with 17.3 percent support.

Only eight percent of respondents said they were mulling a vote for Bloomberg. The margin of error is +/- 3.1 percent. In the latest RealClearPolitics aggregation of polls, Biden receives the support of 27.8% of Democratic primary voters while Sanders is at 15.6%, Warren is at 14.2%, and Buttigieg is at 11.4%. The remaining candidates saw less than three percent support. Biden is now on an eight-day tour of Iowa. Elizabeth Warren of MA close behind, according to polling released this week. It's one of more than a dozen states expected to hold its nominating contest on Super Tuesday in early March.

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