Quinnipiac: Bernie Sanders Surges in Iowa Against Clinton
Bernie Sanders drew a crowd of 10,000 at a Wisconsin rally on Wednesday. (AP)
On the heels of drawing a record crowd to a Wisconsin campaign rally and a New Hampshire poll showing Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders catching up to Hillary Clinton in the Granite State, a new poll shows Sanders has more than doubled his support among likely Democratic caucus voters in Iowa. [Full Story]
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