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Is Bernie Sanders' new base going to come from Fox News viewers?

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Is Bernie Sanders' new base going to come from Fox News viewers?

Is Bernie Sanders' new base going to come from Fox News viewers?

Surprising results from a new poll shows that Fox News viewers are more likely to support Sen.

Bernie Sanders than those who typically get their news from MSNBC.

According to Business Insider, every other 2020 Democratic presidential primary candidate included in the poll had more support among MSNBC viewers than those who tend to watch Fox.

Sanders did a town hall with Fox News last month, and other 2020 Democrats are following his lead.

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