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NBC/WSJ Poll Dragged for Omitting Warren from Head-to-Head Matchups vs. Trump, Bloomberg: ‘Straight Up Malpractice’

Mediaite Wednesday, 19 February 2020
NBC/WSJ Poll Dragged for Omitting Warren from Head-to-Head Matchups vs. Trump, Bloomberg: ‘Straight Up Malpractice’The latest NBC/Wall Street Journal poll was called out on Tuesday for its decision to omit Sen. Elizabeth Warren in its head-to-head matchups against President Donald Trump and 2020 Democratic rival Michael Bloomberg, even though she effectively tied for second place in its nationwide results. According to the poll, Bernie Sanders leads among Democrats with 27%, following […]
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