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Iowa has long been seen as a tough state for Biden, as its caucusgoers tend to go for more progressive candidates.That would seem to fit the bill for Warren, though she is battling fellow progressive Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersScalise: Trump no more responsible for El Paso than 'Bernie Sanders is for my shooting' Health care fight among 2020 Democrats shifts to taxes Joe Biden needs to watch out for Elizabeth Warren as she picks up MORE (I-Vt.) for support among Iowa caucusgoers.A Monmouth poll released last week provided great news for Warren, showing her with 19 percent and ahead of both Sanders (9 percent) and Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisHealth care fight among 2020 Democrats shifts to taxes Joe Biden needs to watch out for Elizabeth Warren as she picks up Harris: Russian election interference exposed race as nation's 'Achilles heel' MORE (D-Calif.), who won 11 percent.But Biden was still in first, with 28 percent.“I would definitely say she is the largest threat to Joe Biden,” Pat Rynard, founder of the popular Iowa Democratic news site Iowa Starting Line, said of Warren.“My main observation is that she is the coalition candidate. She is the one in the field who can appeal to progressive activists while not scaring away the rest of the voters,” Rynard said.Democratic consultant Tracy Sefl, who hails from Iowa, said Warren — who spent the first five months of her campaign tailor-focused on the state — is gaining traction because her campaign fits well with what Iowa voters want.

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