The Hill reports:
Former Vice President Joe Biden leads the pack of Democratic presidential candidates, but Sen. Elizabeth Warren is on the rise, according to a Harvard CAPS/Harris poll released exclusively to The Hill. The survey shows Biden in first place with 32 percent support among Democrats, followed by Sen. Bernie Sanders at 16 percent, both falling slightly from the previous poll.
But Warren isn’t far behind. The new poll pegs her support at 13 percent — a 5-point jump since the last Harvard CAPS/Harris poll was conducted in the wake of the July Democratic presidential debates in Detroit. That places her third, replacing Sen. Kamala Harris who came in fourth place with 7 percent support in the latest poll. Mayor Pete Buttigieg and former Rep. Beto O’Rourke tied for fifth place with 4 percent support.