A new poll shows South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg surging in a second early state. The out presidential candidate comes in at third place in a Saint Anselm College Survey Center poll of New Hampshire voters, reports The Advocate.
The survey found that among Democrats, Buttigieg is now the preferred candidate of 10.7 percent of registered voters in the Granite State. That still puts him behind former Vice President Joe Biden (22.9 percent) and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (15.6 percent). He comes in ahead of Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren (8.7 percent) and California Sen. Kamala Harris (6.8 percent).
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