A poll done by the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies in California has found that both former Vice President Joe Biden (D-DE) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) are losing ground in the Golden State.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is now the favorite, although this could change before California’s March 3rd primary.
The director of Berkely’s IGS poll, Mark DiCamillo, has seen a pattern over the past few months.
“Voters are struggling and not sticking with their candidates. They are moving around from candidate to candidate.”
-Mark DiCamillo, UC Berkely
Another presidential hopeful who moved up in the polls is Mayor Pete Buttigieg from South Bend, Indiana. His numbers doubled since the last poll was taken in September.
Newcomer Michael Bloomberg, who entered the presidential race just a couple of weeks ago, has the support of 8% of the people polled. It’s important to note that the polling was three-quarters of the way completed by the time Bloomberg announced he was running, making his polling numbers significant but not totally accurate.
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