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Bloomberg in Fourth Place, Up to 10% in New Poll of Democrats

Yes Paul, money can buy you love.

According to the Morning Consult:

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg rises to 10% nationally, leading former Mayor Pete Buttigieg by 2 points and trailing Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) by 5 points. Although he was not on the January debate stage, his net favorability has risen to +31, an increase of 8 points, following the debate last week.

Democratic primary voters’ perception of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) took a dive amid his clash with Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) over whether he said a woman cannot win the presidency. His net favorability fell 6 points since before his clash with Warren, though there was no movement in his overall first-choice support.

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