A new poll from Emerson College and Suffolk University could spell big trouble for Joe Biden just 24 hours before the New Hampshire primary; showing the former Vice President sinking to 5th place among Democratic voters in the Granite State.
According to the survey, Sanders takes the top spot with 30%; followed by Pete Buttigieg at 23%, Amy Klobuchar at 14%, Elizabeth Warren at 11%, and Joe Biden in fifth place with 10%.
“The surveys released by Emerson College and Suffolk University overnight found the Minnesota senator on 14 and 13.6 percent of the New Hampshire vote respectively, putting her ahead of Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren just 24 hours before the second nominating contest,” reports Newsweek.
“While Sanders has a lead going into the election, Buttigieg has closed the gap and could still pull off a New Hampshire surprise, as he and Sanders are within the margin of error. Klobuchar continues to move up, but she still trails the top two candidates by a significant margin. Warren and Biden could still get as high as third but today’s data had them going in the wrong direction,” writes Emerson College.
Read the full poll here.