Chris Kahn

Chris Kahn

@Cmkahn

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Polling Editor, Thomson Reuters | EMAIL: chris.kahn@thomsonreuters.com

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For tonight's #democraticdebates @callisonmorris and I will be providing real-time tracking for how folks on @Twitter respond to the debates. Tune in at 8. @ipsosus @PoliticalAtlas

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Among African Americans (chg. from last poll) Sanders: 26% (+7) Biden: 23% (-11) Bloomberg: 20% (+10) Sample size: 446 Ci: +/- 5pts (3/3)

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Among RV Ds&Is (+/- pvs week): Sanders: 26% (+1) Bloomberg: 15% (-2) Biden: 15% (+2) Warren: 10% (+1) Buttigieg: 10% (-1) Klobuchar: 4% (-1) full poll results: https://tmsnrt.rs/3caprcj  (2/3)

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Sanders is the front-runner. He has an 11-point lead over the entire field among RVs in our latest Reuters/Ipsos national poll. More importantly, more African Americans say they're voting for @BernieSanders than @JoeBiden. That's a big deal. https://reut.rs/2VoH9mC  (1/3)

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From fringe candidate to front-runner: Sanders wins Nevada with...

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Sanders leads as Nevada caucus-goers' first choice: Edison Research...

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Finally, the Southwest. Our poll found that engagement was rising in Phoenix, Denver, Salt Lake City and other big Southwestern metro faster than it was in less-populated and non-metropolitan areas. https://tmsnrt.rs/2SC4kYU  (6/6)

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In the Southeast, we see engagement in the Miami/Broward metro and Atlanta metro areas rising faster than in rural parts of the region. https://tmsnrt.rs/2HBCW72  @IpsosNewsPolls (5/6)

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Here’s what we see in the Upper Midwest: https://tmsnrt.rs/324Wk5P  Remember, voting in many urban areas of the upper Midwest declined in 2016, helping Trump win MI and WI by razor-thin margins. @ReutersPolitics (4/6)

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This isn’t just happening nationally. Here’s what we see in a “battleground” region (WI, MI, CO, AZ, FL, NC, PA). Change in % “certain” to vote 2015-2019: Lg. metros >5M ppl (+9) Med. metros 1-5M ppl (+8) Sm. metros <1M ppl (+8) Non-metro (+4) https://tmsnrt.rs/2SD4cYX  (3/6)

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This is a good counterpoint to the ho-hum turnout in IA and stronger-but-not-great turnout in NH. Dems may not have as much interest in party nominating contests. But when Trump is on the ballot, expect long lines at urban polling locations. https://tmsnrt.rs/31YlgvQ  (2/6)

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Elections are all about enthusiasm: the party that generates more usually wins. And it is rising in large D-leaning metros faster than R-leaning rural areas that helped Trump win in 2016. Here’s more from today’s story on political enthusiasm. https://reut.rs/2SW79Tr  (1/6)

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The worst part for @JoeBiden, he is no longer seen as the 'most electable' Who is most likely to beat Trump? Among RV Dem and ind... Sanders: 24% Bloomberg: 20% Biden: 16% Other: 17% Don't Know: 23% @IpsosNewsPolls

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A really good week for @BernieSanders in our latest national poll: Among registered Democrats and independents: Sanders 25% (+5) Bloomberg 17% (+2) Biden 13% (-4) Buttigieg 11% (+3) Warren 9% (-2) Klobuchar 5% (+2) https://reut.rs/2V6uwMP  @ReutersPolitics (1/2)

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Unofficial turnout for the New Hampshire Democratic primary is settling at about 300K votes cast. This surpasses 2008's 288K and 2016's 253K. 121 towns (blue) cast the most votes this week, 108 (red) had the most in 2008, and 8 had the most in 2016 (purple). #fitn #NHprimary2020

Unofficial turnout for the New Hampshire Democratic primary is settling at about 300K votes cast. This surpasses 2008's 288K and 2016's 253K. 121 towns (blue) cast the most votes this week, 108 (red) had the most in 2008, and 8 had the most in 2016 (purple). #fitn #NHprimary2020

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The result is noteworthy given that last week was perhaps one of Trump's best: Senate acquittal, Dems bungling Iowa, SOTU speech. And yet America’s response… meh. (2/2)

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No, we do not see a jump in approval for Trump. Our latest numbers among all American adults: Trump job approval, 2/10-2/11 (compared with last week) 41% approve (-1) 55% disapprove (+1) (1/2)

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Among all RVs... Biden: 44% Trump: 42% Sanders: 45% Trump: 41% Bloomberg: 45% Trump: 41% Warren: 42% Trump: 42% Buttigieg 41% Trump: 41%

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Worst stat for Biden: he's no longer thought to be the most electable. Q: Who has the best chances of beating Trump? Biden: 21% (-9) Sanders: 21% (+2) Bloomberg: 15% (+4)

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Biden has dropped to the LOWEST level of support since he jumped in the race last year. Feb. 6-10, RV D&I (compared with last week) Sanders 20% (+1) Biden 17% (-5) Bloomberg 15% (+6) Warren 11% (+1) Buttigieg 8% (+3) Yang 5% (+1) Kobuchar 3% (-1)

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