Sanders’ lead in New Hampshire grows, with one week to go

Bernie Sanders at a campaign rally
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Amidst the chaos and confusion of the Iowa caucuses, an Emerson College poll released Monday night shows Bernie Sanders’ lead in New Hampshire up two points overnight.

While it is still not clear who won in Iowa, the new survey of likely Democratic voters in the Granite State is good news for Bernie Sanders.

Overall, 32 percent said they supported Sanders, up three points from the same survey conducted just the day before. Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden came in second, both with 13 percent.

Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg were not far behind, each with 12 percent support. All other candidates polled in the single digits.

The poll suggests a four-way pile up in the Granite State, as Sanders breaks away from the pack. The 500 Democratic primary voters were surveyed between February 1 and 3.

Bernie Sanders will host a campaign rally with Shaun King in Milford on Tuesday night, before delivering an address in response to Donald Trump’s State of the Union Address.

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