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Sanders Widens Lead In NH Poll

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Sanders Widens Lead In NH Poll

Sanders Widens Lead In NH Poll

The New Hampshire Primary is less than three weeks away.

A new WBUR poll suggests Bernie Sanders might be peaking at just the right time.

The survey of more than 426 likely Democratic primary voters finds Sanders in the lead.

He is running well ahead of his three closest competitors: Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, and Elizabeth Warren.

Sanders is polling at 29%.

Warren, who is feuding with Sanders, is in forth place at polling at 13%.

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