Your Daily Roundup for February 21st
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Good afternoon. Here are the latest news and updates that our team at Future Majority is tracking.
New Polling shows the battleground is and continues to be the industrial midwest:
Quinnipiac released a major set of swing state polls, showing how President Trump fares against the Democratic hopefuls.
In Pennsylvania, a state the president won in 2016 by 44,292 votes, Trump loses all head-to-head matchups:
The race tightens in Michigan, where the top contenders lead Trump, and others are effectively tied:
In Wisconsin, however, Trump is ahead of the Democratic field by between 7 and 11 points:
As Super Tuesday looms, polls show Sanders mostly in command. But first, Nevada and South Carolina:
A KLAS-TV/Emerson poll shows Senator Bernie Sanders leading the pack by 13 points in Nevada, with Buttigieg jumping out slightly ahead of Biden:
In South Carolina, a new Winthrop poll has former Vice President Joe Biden up 5 points over Sanders, with Steyer coming in a close third:
A Monmouth University poll shows Sanders out in front in California at 24%, followed by Biden (17%), Bloomberg (13%), Warren (10%), Buttigieg (9%), Steyer (5%), Klobuchar (4%) and Gabbard (2%).
Across the coast in North Carolina, Sanders leads the field by 4 points at 23%, ahead of Bloomberg (19%), Biden (16%), Warren (13%), Buttigeig (10%), Klobuchar (7%), Steyer (3%), and Gabbard (3%) in a UMass Lowell poll.
In the delegate-rich state of Texas, a UMass Lowell poll shows Sanders again outpaces the rest of the field, but by a narrower margin of 3 points. He leads at 23%, followed by Biden (20%), Bloomberg (18%), Warren (14%), Klobuchar (9%), Buttigieg (7%), and Gabbard (4%).
Finally, a UMass Lowell poll out of Minnesota unsurprisingly shows Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar out in front at 27%. She’s followed by Sanders (21%), Warren (16), Buttigieg (10%), Biden (9%), and Gabbard (4%).
Tomorrow is Nevada’s turn to caucus for the Democratic contenders. Looking ahead, here are some other key dates for you to add to your calendar.
We’ll be back Monday with a roundup from the Nevada Democratic Caucus!
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