Listen: Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders And Elizabeth Warren discussed on Ben Shapiro
"As I say Joe Biden has these national police, but national police don't mean a thing. It's the states that matter. So as I say, in Iowa, Joe Biden is down to a five point lead. According to the grabs poll from a couple of months ago who's actually tied with Bernie Sanders. According to the latest CNN poll. He only has an eight point lead on Bernie Sanders and Buddha. Judge Moore right there with Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire. He his lead has been shrinking not increasing over time. In the polls have him at about thirteen point spread, but I don't think that takes into account. Warren's late movement in Nevada, which is another early state for Democrats. He has been losing some ground, and the person has been picking up ground is Elizabeth Warren, Elizabeth Warren is up to nineteen percents in the latest poll Biden is at thirty six percents. He's been a thirteen point spread there does that hold up. I don't know. I really don't now where he does have some strengths sills residual strength is in the south. The south is where Biden really is doing. Well, and that's because with black voters, he's very popular that obviously is a holdover from the from the Obama administration era. But even that may not be enough for Biden if for example, he should fall down on the job in California, which I think, at this point is likely California is really frontloaded for the Democrats this year, and he only has a four point lead over over Burr over, Elizabeth Warren, actually, those Biden twenty two Warren, eighteen Sanders, seventeen Connell, a Harris thirteen. So any of those candidates start to drop out support can consolidate away from buying another words, you may be seeing Biden at his ceiling, not at his floor and that's a serious problem for him. It's a real issue for them. Already in just a second. We're gonna get to Sean trende. We're going to have him analyze some of these polls, where do things stand. Where do they stand nationally with president from versus any of these Democrats."