A new poll from Monmouth University shows a virtual four-way tie in the race for the New Hampshire Democratic primary. Former Vice President Joe Biden, Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg have all pulled within five points of each other.
Buttigieg currently sits on top with 20% of potential voters giving their support, followed closely by Biden.
Sanders has remained relatively steady since Monmouth’s first poll in May, while the three others have shifted greatly. Since September’s poll, Warren has fallen 12 points and Biden is down 6 points while Buttigieg has climbed 10 points to become the frontrunner in the state.
Other candidates in the race include Senator Amy Klobuchar with 6 percent, Representative Tulsi Gabbard and Tom Steyer with 4 percent, and Andrew Yang sitting at 3 percent.
New Hampshire’s Democratic primary vote will take place on Feb. 11 with a total of 33 delegates up for grabs.