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Polls: Sanders Narrow Lead Going Into Iowa

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Polls: Sanders Narrow Lead Going Into Iowa

Polls: Sanders Narrow Lead Going Into Iowa

Associated Press Recent surveys of the Iowa Democratic caucusgoers show Sen.

Bernie Sanders in a strong position ahead of the state's February 3 caucuses, but the contest is still unpredictable and largely up for grabs.

A New York Times and Siena College poll conducted from January 20-23 showed Sanders coming in at first place with 25% of likely caucusgoers listing him as their first choice.

That same survey showed 17% of caucusgoers preferring former Vice President Joe Biden, 15% preferring Sen.

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