Buttigieg’s rise from 1% in the Register’s March poll to the top of it today reflects the selling point of Iowa’s system, pollster J. Ann Selzer said.
NEW Iowa Poll results: @PeteButtigieg rockets to the top of the Democratic field — a 16-point rise since we last polled in September. https://t.co/yhiR1CpMjd
Wow, new @DMRegister IA poll: Buttigieg 25% Warren 16% Biden 15% Sanders 15% Klobuchar 6% https://t.co/t8HBllf9Xo
Iowa always breaks late: CNN/Des Moines Register poll says 30% have a 1st choice and their minds are made up. 62% say they have a 1st choice but could still be persuaded, via @brianneDMR https://t.co/YUDuMvYU9A
“Former U.S. Rep. John Delaney of Maryland … (was) not named as a first choice by any poll respondents.” Delaney started airing ads in Iowa in 2017 and has been to all 99 counties in the state. https://t.co/PXFxC836hj
Iowa Poll: Pete Buttigieg rockets to the top of the 2020 field as a clear front-runner https://t.co/QE4WN8ByK8 via @DMRegister
In the new DMR Iowa poll, Buttigieg doesn't just have the lead. He also has the best prospects, as measured by current second choice and "actively considering." Among Democratic caucus-goers, he seems to be the most broadly appealing candidate. https://t.co/wiCk4W4qNn https://t.co/wWXEDTKwix
🚨New @DMRegister Iowa Poll results🚨 Buttigieg: 25% (+16) Warren: 16% (-6) Biden: 15% (-5) Sanders: 15% (+4) Klobuchar: 6% (+3) Booker: 3% (+0) Gabbard: 3% (+1) Harris: 3% (-3) Steyer: 3% (+1) Yang: 3% (+1) Bloomberg: 2% (n/a) MOE: +/-4.4% https://t.co/yhiR1CpMjd
Thunderclap! @DMRegister/@CNN/@MediacomCable Iowa Poll shows clear layers: @PeteButtigieg, 25%, is 9 points ahead of a tight trio: @ewarren, @JoeBiden, @SenSanders. @SenAmyKlobuchar is 9 more points back, at 6%. No one else tops 3%. https://t.co/NqtuVcCDa9
Iowa Poll: @PeteButtigieg leads in Iowa, followed by Warren, Sanders, Biden - DMR/CNN https://t.co/rGY41kK375
Since September, Buttigieg has risen 16 percentage points among Iowa’s likely Democratic caucusgoers, with 25% now saying he is their first choice for president. https://t.co/JjRXo20IA5 via @DMRegister
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