NBC News reports:
Bernie Sanders has leapfrogged Elizabeth Warren in her home state, according to a poll released Friday, days before the Massachusetts Democratic primary.
In the poll by WBUR, NPR’s Boston affiliate, Sanders got 25 percent of support from the state’s Democrats, while Warren, who has represented the state in the Senate since 2013, got 17 percent.
Massachusetts is one of 14 states holding primaries on Tuesday. If Warren ends up losing her home state to Sanders — who has emerged as the front-runner in the race for the Democratic nomination — it would increase pressure on her to exit the race.
#Massachusetts Democratic Primary Polling:
Sanders: 25% (+12)
Warren: 17% (-15)
Buttigieg: 14% (+7)
Bloomberg: 13% (+13)
Biden: 9% (-9)
Klobuchar: 6% (+5)
Steyer: 2% (+1)
MassInc / February 26, 2020 / n=426 / MOE 4.9% / Telephone
(% chg w Oct 20)https://t.co/jwxSLCa5Z7
— Polling USA (@USA_Polling) February 28, 2020