"This all translates to a race that is extremely fluid and will probably stay that way up to February 3rd", Murray said. More than a dozen participants in the Democratic campaign - including rival candidates and campaign aides - spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss their views about Mr. Buttigieg candidly. With dismal numbers like these, it's easy to see why. In other words, voters are not simply changing "favorites"; they are reevaluating what they think about the candidates' strengths.
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After saying in March that he wouldn't run for president, Bloomberg is preparing a potential run for a 2020 bid, in part, because he does not believe anyone in the current field of Democrats will be able to defeat President Donald Trump. Kamala Harris, tech entrepreneur and former hedge fund manager Tom Steyer notched just 3 percent each. Buttigieg has gained in every demographic category, with his support now at 26% among voters who describe themselves as moderate or conservative, 23% among those who are somewhat liberal, and 15% among those who are very liberal. Iowa Democrats say Buttigieg has been drawing good crowds, has steadily built support, and is well organized.
During the same time period, Biden dropped 7 points to 19% support; U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren of MA dropped 2 points to 18% support; and U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont gained 5 points, with 13% support, according to the poll. While he has made nominally bigger gains among older caucusgoers, you really can't pigeonhole his support to one particular group. They're bankrolled in large part by wealthy executives and their relatives at companies such as AT&T, Google, Comcast, and Microsoft, and in the third quarter of this year, Buttigieg's average donation was $32 and Biden's was $44; the average donation for Sanders, who led the pack in fundraising, was a little over $18. "He is doing well with voters regardless of education or ideology", said Monmouth polling director Patrick Murray.