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Sanders May Be Losing Ground In New Hampshire

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Sanders May Be Losing Ground In New Hampshire

Sanders May Be Losing Ground In New Hampshire

Bernie Sanders is one of the most popular politicians in New England.

He's been a senator from Vermont for decades.

In 2016, he won the New Hampshire primary by a landslide.

He is currently leading the New Hampshire primary polls.

But, he is losing ground.

According to RealClear Politics, Sanders is polling in New Hampshire at 19%.

Pete Buttigieg is polling at 17.7%.

Sanders is lead is within the margin of error.

In a WBUR/MassINC poll, Buttigieg is actually leading Sanders.

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