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Bloomberg internal poll claims Bernie would sink downballot Dems


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SOURCE: https://www.politico.com/news/2020/02/25/bloomberg-internal-poll-claims-bernie-would-hurt-downballot-dems-117290
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By CHRISTOPHER CADELAGO and LAURA BARRÓN-LÓPEZ02/25/2020 05:22 AM ESTLink CopiedBernie Sanders’ nomination could drag down vulnerable House Democrats trying to hold onto their competitive districts, according to a new poll conducted for Mike Bloomberg's campaign that is circulating among members — providing fresh data for moderates warning about a wipeout if Sanders emerges to lead their ticket against President Donald Trump.The poll of voters in more than 40 battleground House districts currently held by Democrats — conducted by Global Strategy Group for the Bloomberg campaign and obtained by POLITICO from two sources — found that Sanders is less popular than Trump and loses significant support when hit for holding socialist positions. Bloomberg’s House supporters received a briefing on the results, a source said, which are also being used to recruit new endorsers as Sanders rises and Biden’s candidacy largely hinges on the outcome of South Carolina’s primary this Saturday.In recent weeks, members of Bloomberg’s campaign have traveled to Washington to brief groups of House Democrats, raising alarms for moderates if they don’t quickly consolidate support that is currently spread across multiple candidates and what that scenario means for delegates awarded on Super Tuesday.

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