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Warren Could Lose Massachusetts

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Warren Could Lose Massachusetts

Warren Could Lose Massachusetts

Elizabeth Warren's campaign is in trouble and everyone knows it.

Her poll numbers are sinking fast.

She is in forth place in Iowa.

She is forth place in New Hampshire.

She's behind by ten points nationally.

She's behind by twenty points in South Carolina.

Now, there is concern that the Massachusetts senator could lose the primary in her home state.

According to RealClearPolitics, she's in the lead but it's well within the margin of error.

On top of that, the poll was taken before her decline.

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