Massachusetts Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren's support has fallen off a cliff in the latest Quinnipiac University poll, as former Vice President Joe Biden has retaken the lead since last month and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg has leapfrogged into second place.
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Former Vice President Joe Biden regained the lead in the Democratic primary race for the U.S. presidency while support for Senator Elizabeth Warren plunged 14 percentage points from October, the latest Quinnipiac University poll revealed. His 14-point advantage over Warren is 15 points in the four-way.
Buttigieg's support as a top choice among Democratic voters has surged 4 points to 9%, while Biden dropped 2 points but still grabbed the biggest share of first-place support at 30%, according to Morning Consult.
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It is, however, a reminder that Biden's base can easily expand once other candidates drop out. Biden leads with 24 percent, while Buttigieg, who has been rising this month, got 16 percent.
Morning Consult's poll showed support for Warren drop among nearly every demographic group surveyed, but especially in highest-educated, older voters and those identifying as "liberal" or "very liberal".
Sanders has retaken a strong lead among those under 50 in New Hampshire, now leading with 38% support among that group. Biden's 17=point edge over Buttigieg in the full horserace is 18 points in the four-way. Another 19% say they prefer Warren's approach, which ultimately results in government health coverage for all, while 7% choose Buttigieg, and no other candidate has the backing of more than 3% on the issue.
As of Tuesday evening, Warren had not tweeted about the new poll.