Up until the recent caucuses, Biden has long been polling as the front-runner among a historically competitive group of Democratic candidates. With the delay in polling results in Iowa last week, candidates headed into New Hampshire without knowing who was the frontrunner in the first caucus. In the final numbers, reported by CNN, 29% of likely primary voters support Sanders, 22 % back Buttigieg, and 11% are in favor of Biden. According to the New York Times, Biden is looking to improve in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday and expects to see a rebound in states like Nevada and South Carolina. Still, his hopes remain high. “We’re going to win this nomination,” he told the NYT.
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