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Poll: Elizabeth Warren Slips in Re-election Bid

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Monday, 23 Jan 2017 11:59 AM

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren's expected re-election bid in 2018 could be headed into choppy waters, reveals a new poll by WBUR-FM, Boston's NPR news station.

According to a new WBUR poll of 508 Massachusetts voters, only 44 percent believe the Democratic firebrand, known for her outspoken critiques of President Donald Trump, "deserves reelection," while 46 percent say voters should "give someone else a chance."

"No one's going to look at a 44 percent re-elect number and think that that's a good number," said Steve Koczela, president of The MassINC Polling Group, which conducted the WBUR survey.

"No one's going to look at it being close to even between 're-elect' and 'give someone else a chance' and think that that's reassuring."

Last year, Warren was said to have been on the shortlist of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's vice-presidential possibilities.

The live telephone survey was conducted Jan. 15-17 and has a margin of error of 4.4 percentage points.

On Saturday, Warren was among many prominent liberal leaders who participated and lined up at women's marches across to protest Trump, whom they believe will put women's rights in jeopardy.

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Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren's expected re-election bid in 2018 could be headed into choppy waters, reveals a new poll by WBUR-FM, Boston's NPR news station.
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