Spencer Kimball of Emerson told Newsweek that Sen. Klobuchar had a better chance of performing well in South Carolina than Pete Buttigieg.
Former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg appeared to win support among both Democrats and at least one Republican as a write-in candidate.
President Donald Trump told a New Hampshire rally crowd Monday that Democrats were trying to take the nomination away from Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. "They're doing it to you again, Bernie!" Trump said, noting that "nobody" knew who had actually won the Iowa caucus.
During Monday's campaign rally in New Hampshire, President Donald Trump claimed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was "mumbling" behind him as he delivered the State of the Union address, something Trump claimed was "very distracting."
The president's August rally at the same Manchester venue broke attendance records.
The survey shows Sanders 8 points ahead of Biden, whose support has plummeted by 9 percent since the Iowa caucuses.
The Minnesota senator made the remarks a day before the New Hampshire Democratic primary election.
"I don't think he has the momentum to carry this to a national election," Madison Moore told Fox News.
"I like to say I'm like a hipster. I like to say I knew about him [Sanders] before he was cool," Buttigieg said in the interview with "The Axe Files."
Only 16 percent of New Hampshire voters believe Pete Buttigieg will be the party's presidential candidate.
One poll found the Minnesota senator was 7.6 points better off in New Hampshire following her debate performance on Friday.
"There are a lot of people in the Democratic establishment who are not–to say the least–enthusiastic about Bernie Sanders," the presidential candidate said.
Senator Bernie Sanders is in the lead with 29 percent, followed by former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg at 25 percent, according to a CBS News poll.
The presidential candidate noted that it's his own campaign that will bring out black voters and propel him to victory.
In the survey, Elizabeth Warren was selected by the highest share of respondents—22 percent—as the next choice should their first-choice candidate fall short.
Nearly two-thirds of likely New Hampshire Democratic primary voters said they would prefer a life-extinguishing meteor strike against the Earth over President Trump being re-elected in November.
"Most Americans feel like the political parties have been playing you-lose-I-lose for years and you know who has been losing the entire time? We have," Yang said during the Friday Democratic debate.
Bernie Sanders demonstrated unrivaled strength in his rhetoric on foreign policy, climate change, criminal justice and inequality. And although he was blunt—it paid off.
"He is spending hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars to buy the election," the Vermont senator said about Bloomberg. "There's something wrong with that."
The former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, is making gains but still trails Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in the state ahead of its 2020 primary on February 11.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders told CNN's Anderson Cooper on Thursday that he "won Iowa," but that he is not a frontrunner in the Democratic race.
Moderators for Friday's Democratic debate in New Hampshire include George Stephanopoulos, David Muir and Linsey Davis of ABC News alongside Adam Sexton and Monica Hernandez from affiliate WMUR.
Sanders had 24 percent support, followed by Buttigieg at 20 percent and Biden 17 percent, according to the Monmouth University poll.
Just 38 percent of respondents said they were more likely to back Pete Buttigieg for the party's nomination.
The debate will be held at 8 p.m. in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Results of the poll from Emerson College and 7 News said that Sanders was the favorite among New Hampshire voters, followed by Buttigieg and Biden.
A 7 News and Emerson College Polling survey shows Sanders with a healthy lead and Buttigieg gaining ground.
CNN will host eight Democratic town halls in New Hampshire this week ahead of the state's primary contest.
After a strong showing in Iowa, the former South Bend mayor looks to have momentum going into New Hampshire, though he is some distance behind the Vermont senator, according to an Emerson College poll.
Amid delayed Iowa caucus results, Pete Buttigieg said he was going to New Hampshire "victorious," which prompted people to call him "#MayorCheat" on social media.