Sanders gets six point boost in latest national poll

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In the first HarrisX national poll since the Nevada caucuses, Bernie Sanders has received a six point boost, extending his lead to nine points.

Overall, Sanders was the first choice of 28 percent of respondents, followed by Michael Bloomberg on 19 percent. Support for Joe Biden fell two points to 17 percent.

Pete Buttigieg saw a modest two point bump to 12 percent, while Elizabeth Warren took a four point hit, dropping to just 8 percent.

Sanders has led in every national poll from every major pollster since his victory in the New Hampshire primary.

The survey of 470 likely Democratic primary voters was conducted by HarrisX for The Hill between 23 and 24.

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