Here is some heart-warming news for Bernie fans via MSNBC, which is in relation to a new Iowa poll via the Des Moines Register: "Hillary Clinton has lost most of her lead over Bernie Sanders in the race to win Iowa’s Democratic presidential caucuses."
But that's only part of the story.
Real Clear Politics is tracking several polls, and they show the gap is also much narrower nationally as well, with Hillary leading Bernie 48.3% to 39.7% — putting Bernie within 8.6% nationally. And their polls also show Bernie is leading Hillary in New Hampshire by 6.2% — and is within 4% of her in Iowa. And among the top three GOP frontrunners, Bernie leads Hillary by wider margins against all three — making Bernie "the most electable" candidate because Bernie beats 2 out of top 3 GOP candidates, while Hillary loses to 2 out of the top 3 GOP candidates.
New York Times: "With a new poll showing Mr. Sanders surging ahead in Iowa, Mrs. Clinton and her aides have dropped any pretense that they can ignore Mr. Sanders or treat him like a gadfly. They have become zealous and combative as they try new ways to undercut his high favorability ratings." (See my related post.)
America is Feelin' the Bern!