A new Monmouth University poll shows a nearly three-way tie between Senator Bernie Sanders, Senator Elizabeth Warren and former Vice President Joe Biden in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
The survey puts Sanders and Warren both at 20-percent in the poll, with Biden at 19%. The former vice president plunged 13-percentage points from the 32% he had in Monmouth's last national poll in June.
To put that in perspective, Sanders rose six points from the June poll, with Warren climbing five. The news isn’t so good for CA Senator Kamala Harris – who is a distant fourth – and 8%. Her level of support was unchanged from June.
And then there’s South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg – he’s tied for fifth place with NJ Senator Cory Booker at 4%.
Source: Monmouth University