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Sanders Takes the Top Spot in the IBD/TIPP Poll On the Eve of Super Tuesday

Senator Bernie Sanders claimed front-runner status in the Democratic primary for the first time this month, surpassing former Vice President Joe Biden, as the self-described democratic socialist makes significant inroads with moderate Democrats following strong performances in early nominating contests, according to the national Investor’s Business Daily/TIPP Poll for March.

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Bernie Sanders Overtakes Joe Biden Before Super Tuesday: IBD/TIPP Poll

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has taken a narrow lead over Joe Biden in a nationwide poll of the Democratic primary battle, the March IBD/TIPP Poll finds. Elizabeth Warren is running a strong third, ahead of Michael Bloomberg. All four candidates held slight edges over President Donald Trump in head-to-head 2020 election matchups.

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Biden Leads Sanders In Democratic Race, But Trump Pulls Even: IBD/TIPP

Former Vice President Joe Biden holds a steady lead in the Democratic nomination battle, the late January IBD/TIPP Poll finds. Yet Biden's support remains at a low point, and his advantage vs. President Donald Trump in the 2020 election has essentially disappeared. Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders, who is showing strength in early-voting-state polls, has overtaken Elizabeth Warren for second place.

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Poll: Biden, Sanders, and Bloomberg lead Trump

President Donald Trump trails most of his likely 2020 Democratic opponents, according to a new poll released Monday by Investor’s Business Daily and TechnoMetrica.

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Joe Biden Leads Democratic Race But Loses Electability Edge Vs. President Trump: IBD/TIPP

Former Vice President Joe Biden holds a steady, though hardly comfortable lead in the Democratic nomination battle, the January IBD/TIPP Poll finds. Yet Biden's biggest selling point since he entered the race — his electability vs. President Donald Trump — is at its lowest ebb of the 2020 election. Meanwhile, left wing support remains divided, with Elizabeth Warren overtaking Bernie Sanders for second place.

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IBD Poll: Biden Leads Dems, But Numbers Down Slightly

Former Vice President Joe Biden continues to lead the field 2020 Democratic presidential contenders, according to poll results released Monday, and only he could beat President Donald Trump right now in a direct contest.

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Elizabeth Warren has two big problems

In a genial but deceptively tough interview, CNBC’s John Harwood reveals a dilemma at the heart of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Mass.) recent fall in the national polls (from 27 percent in October to 13 percent presently in the IBD/TIPP Poll and, overall, from nearly 27 percent in early October to 16.1 percent today in the RealClearPolitics average).

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Trump is closing the 2020 gap: Poll

As the economy continues to grow and support for impeachment dwindles, President Trump’s reelection is looking more and more likely.

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