The Hill reports:
Joe Biden is the top choice among 24 percent of surveyed Iowans in the Focus on Rural America poll released Monday. Biden’s support fell just 1 point since a September.
The ranking of the top candidates remained the same since September, but Buttigieg and Sanders saw increases in support while Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) had a decrease, placing all the three candidates closer to each other.
Warren remained in second place with 18 percent, a 5-point decrease since the September poll. Buttigieg remained in third, but jumped 4 points from September to 16 percent. Similarly, Sanders maintained his fourth place spot, but had a 5-point boost to 14 percent.
Here are the numbers for our final poll before the #IACaucus:@JoeBiden: 24%@ewarren: 18%@PeteButtigieg: 16%@BernieSanders:14%@AmyKlobuchar: 11%@TomSteyer: 4%@AndrewYang: 3%@MichaelBennet: 1%@MikeBloomberg: 1%@TulsiGabbard: 1%
All else 0%https://t.co/IvGT42w7xy pic.twitter.com/BADKrOPTTT
— Focus On Rural America (@focusonrural) January 20, 2020