Clinton hits new low in latest Iowa poll
A new poll out of Iowa shows the Democratic race is tightening up as Clinton's supporters are slipping.
According to the Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics Iowa poll, Bernie Sanders is now polling just seven points behind Clinton. That's her smallest lead in the state this election cycle.
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Sanders is picking up support from the people who voted for Barack Obama in 2008 when he defeated Clinton in Iowa.
Trump, meanwhile, has seen a surge in support and popularity since May. Back then, he was polling at just 4 percent support and his favorability was at -36 points; now, he leads the pack with 23 percent support and a favorability of +26 points.
We're just five months from caucus day and Vice President Joe Biden is the wildcard but gaining support. Still undecided on a run, he's polling at 14 percent.
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