Aug 30, 2015

Bernie Sanders sits just 7 points back from Hillary Clinton in the latest Iowa poll

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is gaining ground on Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton in Iowa, which will hold the country's first caucuses Feb. 1. The Des Moine Register/Bloomberg Politics poll released Saturday shows Sanders just 7 percentage points behind Clinton's 37. She's lost a third of her Iowa support since May. Vice President Joe Biden, who is rumored to be considering a...

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