Potential Democratic frontrunner Elizabeth Warren’s poll numbers plunged in recent days; with new data showing support for the Massachusetts Senator shrinking just two months before voters head to the polls.
“Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is sinking like a rock in the latest national Democratic presidential primary polls — a development that comes amid sustained criticism over the details of her ‘Medicare-for-all’ plan,” reports Fox News.
“A Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday shows the populist liberal senator’s numbers slashed in half from 28 percent to 14 percent from the month before. After leading the pack in Quinnipiac’s October poll – which was seen as a sign of her surge in the race – Warren’s 14-point drop has her now in third place behind former Vice President Joe Biden and South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg,” adds Fox.
“It doesn’t raise taxes on anybody but billionaires,” Warren told reporters in Iowa earlier this month. “And you know what, the billionaires can afford it, and I don’t call them middle class.”
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Source: Fox News