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Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden Lead in Early Iowa Matchup: Poll

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Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden Lead in Early Iowa Matchup: Poll

Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden Lead in Early Iowa Matchup: Poll

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Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden are both ahead of President Trump in early Iowa Polls.

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Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden Lead in Early Iowa Matchup: Poll

((VO-Trump Reuters))??A new poll shows that President Trump is falling behind other candidates in the general election matchup.????((VO-Sanders/Biden))??The Emerson poll shows that Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and Former Vice President Joe Biden both have a slight lead on President Trump in Iowa.

Biden has 53 percent of the vote while the president has 47 percent of respondents votes.

Sanders also led with 51 percent, compared to Trump’s 49 percent.????((VO-Warren, Booker, Harris)??President Trump did win in a few matchups including ones against Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, New Jersey Senator Cory Booker, and California Senator Kamala Harris.????((VO-Howard Schultz Website/Trump)??According to the poll results, if former Starbucks CEO Howard Shultz throws his hat in the ring as an independent, Bernie Sanders would lose his advantage over Trump.

????((VO-Dem Images/ Voters))??Several Democrats have already thrown their hat in the ring for the 2020 race.

CNN’s most recently list notes that 16 people have officially announced their campaigns and another 11 are reportedly considering a run.????((VO-Biden YT/ Voters))??Despite Former Vice President Joe Biden being a front runner in the early Emerson poll, he has yet to officially enter the race.??????




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