POLL: Former VP Joe Biden Leads Democratic Field In South Carolina, Steyer Jumps to Second Place

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Biden 36-Percent; Steyer 15-Percent

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(FOX NEWS) – Joe Biden continues to hold a large lead in the race for the Democratic nomination in South Carolina, as newcomer Tom Steyer jumps into second.

That’s according to a Fox News Poll of likely Democratic primary voters in the Palmetto State, which is the fourth state to vote in the Democratic race.

“Biden is the clear frontrunner in South Carolina,” says Republican pollster Daron Shaw, who conducts the Fox News Poll with Democrat Chris Anderson. “And it appears Steyer has spent himself into a potentially relevant position, as he’s knocking on the door of the 15 percent delegate threshold.”

The former vice president receives the backing of 36 percent of primary voters (down 5 points since October). Steyer captures 15 percent, up 11 points. Bernie Sanders gets 14 percent (+4 points) and Elizabeth Warren stands at 10 percent (-2).

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