Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., are tied at the top of the Democratic presidential candidate field in New Hampshire, with Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., coming in third, a new poll shows.
In the HarrisX/No Labels survey released Thursday, the former vice president had 22% support, Sanders garnered 21% and Warren collected 15% among registered voters.
No other candidate received a double-digit level of support in the poll.
Much of the New Hampshire primary electorate is still undecided, however, with 14% of Democratic and independent likely voters unsure of which candidate they prefer, and 76% of likely voters saying they might change their mind before the primary.
In other findings:
- Warren is the top second choice for likely voters (16%), followed by Biden and Sanders at 12% each.
- 54% of likely voters find the field of Democratic candidates underwhelming.
The poll’s margin of error is plus or minus 4 percentage points among likely voters, and plus or minus 3 percentage points for registered voters.