Scott Jennings: Sanders Might Actually Be the Front-Runner Not Biden

‘So I think the combination of the left would lurch with his organization and with his already strong position in Iowa’

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JENNINGS: “Well, someone who can withstand the far left flank of the Democratic Party would be most problematic for Trump. But the question that jump out at me to your question to Linda is at the very end of the poll, 56 of Democrats in this survey said they would be very or mostly satisfied if the Democratic nominee thinks the United States should be more socialist. This is starting to remind me a little of the 2016 Republican field. You have got a candidate in there, Sanders, who’s saying a lot of things that the people of his party want him to say, and then you a lot of fragmentation out there in the rest of the field. He could win Iowa. He could definitely win New Hampshire as a border state guy and the rout could be on. So I think the combination of the left would lurch with his organization and with his already strong position in Iowa. I mean, he might actually be the front-runner right now, not Biden.”

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