Wisconsin Public Radio reports:
Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders surged to a lead in the latest poll of Wisconsin voters by Marquette University Law School, with 29 percent of self-described Democrats listing him as their first choice in the upcoming presidential primary.
Behind Sanders, former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg came in second with 17 percent of those polled. He was followed by former Vice President Joe Biden with 15 percent, Buttiegieg with 13 percent, Minnesota U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar with 11 percent and Massachusetts U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren with 9 percent.
The past few Marquette polls had shown Biden leading the Democratic field, and just a month ago, he was the top choice of 23 percent of Democrats compared to 19 percent for Sanders.
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