Biden leads Dem field in NY poll

Joe Biden has gained ground and Elizabeth Warren has slid among Democratic voters in New York in a Siena College poll released this week that asked for their preference in the Democratic presidential field.

Support for the former vice president in New York rose to 24 percent from 21 percent in a poll Siena took in October. That put him well in front of Warren, whose support had dropped to 14 percent from 21 percent, and Bernie Sanders, who dipped to 13 percent from 16 percent.

The other candidates barely registered in the latest poll, except for Pete Buttigieg at 5 percent and Kamala Harris at 3 percent.

The biggest share of Democratic voters – 29 percent – were undecided or wouldn’t answer.

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