The poll asked voters to choose between President Donald Trump and each Democratic candidate as though the election was being held today.
In a new interview, Hillary Clinton spoke about Elizabeth Warren's allegations that Bernie Sanders told the Massachusetts senator that a woman could not win the presidency.
A recent Washington Post/Ipsos survey actually showed Sanders 12 points ahead of Biden among young black voters.
The billionaire former New York City mayor argued that he can beat Trump by appealing to "middle of the road Republicans."
"Everybody has their own sets of problems," the Vermont senator said.
On February 11, New Hampshire will be the second state to decide which Democratic candidate voters prefer to nominate on the 2020 ballot.
Former Department of Commerce advisor Stephen Cobb said neither of the progressives looked "particularly good" after the argument.
The Reuters/Ipsos poll shows downward movement for the Massachusetts senator and former vice president, while the Vermont senator held steady.
"I just think those two as a team, Sanders and Warren, they don't appeal widely across the nation as Sen. Klobuchar," New Hampshire State Rep. Michael Pedersen said.
The network's insertion of its own point of view in this week's presidential debate doesn't reflect a mere personal dislike of Sanders—but rather a consistent ideological orientation.
The filmmaker said that when the feud began, he felt it was a turning point that will lead to Donald Trump's re-election.
No minorities and two billionaires on the party of anti-billionaire diversity. You can't make this stuff up.
In new audio released, Warren told Sanders after Tuesday's debate, "You called me a liar on national TV." Sanders replied "You called me a liar."
The hashtag was second in the U.S. trending charts on Twitter after Warren refused to shake Sanders' hand following the debate.
Supporters of the left-wing candidates were not necessarily transferable from one to the other, said one pollster.
The billionaire 2020 candidate gave an interview to Stephen Colbert on "The Late Show" as others took part in the Iowa CNN debate.
Tucker Carlson said Tuesday that the political fortunes of Sen. Elizabeth Warren had changed faster than her ethnic identity, while blasting her for allegedly accusing Sen. Bernie Sanders of sexism.
After the first Democratic debate of 2020, the candidates shook hands—except for Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
As caucuses and primaries get underway next month, the DNC has three debates on the agenda.
Senator Elizabeth Warren answered a question at Tuesday's Democratic debates about whether a woman could win a presidential election by saying all the male candidates sharing the debate stage with her had collectively lost 10 elections.
Trump weighed in at Tuesday's Wisconsin rally, defending Sen. Bernie Sanders over Sen. Elizabeth Warren's claims Sanders said a woman couldn't win the presidency.
Five Democratic candidates will take the stage in Iowa for the first Democratic debate of the year, just over two weeks before the Iowa caucus.
Bloomberg campaign manager Kevin Sheekey told CNN on Monday that both Democratic and Republican pollsters agree Trump will win Iowa, so Democrats should campaign elsewhere.
The senator from Vermont also maintains the highest favorability among Democratic voters at 76 percent, compared with Joe Biden's 71 percent.
Using the hashtag on Twitter, supporters of the Vermont senator encouraged donors to the Massachusetts senator to request refunds via ActBlue over the dispute.
"Do I believe a woman can win in 2020? Of course!" Sanders said. "After all, Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump by 3 million votes in 2016."
Four anonymous people told CNN that Sanders made the comment during a December 2018 meeting between the two Democratic senators at her apartment in Washington.
The Vermont senator said Warren is a "very good friend" of his and insisted the two will "continue to work together."
While among the most ambitious plans to tackle inequality beyond income, Elizabeth Warren's tax proposal has produced research casting doubt on some of its largest promises.
The statement was in response to a participant concerned about "forced tapering," the premature or otherwise aggressive removal of opioid patients from their medications.