In the final tracking poll of 2019, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has lost seven-points with Democratic voters in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Nevada.
Former vice president Joe Biden continues to ride high and maintain his lead, while the presence of Sen. Elizabeth Warren is adding to the struggles of Sen. Bernie Sanders.
The Joe Biden surge continues to grow as the former vice president has seen his support grow to 40% as Sen. Bernie Sanders as lost 8 points to fall to 19%.
A new CNN/ORC Poll has shows how big of a hole Republicans could be digging for themselves as both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders would easily beat Donald Trump.
Bernie Sanders is unleashing a wave of new voters in New Hampshire as his lead in the Granite State has grown from ten to twenty-seven points.
A new Gallup poll revealed that Hillary Clinton's favorability with Democratic voters has grown by an additional eight point in the last month, but Clinton has one vulnerability that Sanders could exploit as a path to victory.
A new Quinnipiac University poll found that Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders beats every top Republican candidate in hypothetical general election matchups.
A new poll found that Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has been voted the most popular senator in the United States.
Bernie Sanders has gained ten points on Hillary Clinton in the past month and has seen his own support grow by thirteen points in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll.
Two new polls of Nevada and South Carolina show Hillary Clinton leading Sen. Bernie Sanders by 50 and 22 points without Joe Biden included in each state.
A new Marquette Law School Poll of Wisconsin found that Bernie Sanders is closing the gap on Hillary Clinton. The Democratic front-runner's lead has shrunk from 44 points to just 12 in the Badger State.
A new WMUR poll of New Hampshire revealed that Bernie Sanders has cut Hillary Clinton's lead from 31 points to almost within the poll's margin of error.
The latest polling revealed that support for Bernie Sanders has increased by ten points among Democrats in Iowa after the Senator from Vermont officially announced his bid for the Democratic nomination.