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Bern-Out: Elizabeth Warren Knocks Bernie Sanders Down a Peg in New National Poll

Mediaite Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Massachusetts Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has overtaken Bernie Sanders in a new national poll, placing second to Joe Biden by ten points, but one point ahead of Sanders. According to a new Economist/YouGov survey, Warren now holds second place with 16 percent to Biden’s 26, with Sanders now occupying third place at […]
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