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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has seen a surge in campaign donations in recent days, amid a barrage of attacks from rival Hillary Clinton.
“Thanks, Team Clinton,” Sanders spokesman Michael Briggs said Wednesday, the Washington Post reported.
“As of now, we are at about $1.4 million raised since yesterday when the panic attacks by the Clinton campaign began,” he continued.
“We’ve gotten 47,000 contributions. We’re projecting 60,000 donations. Even for our people-powered campaign, this is pretty darn impressive.”
The Iowa Democratic Caucus is going down to the wire as Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders wins the support of 49 percent of likely Democratic Caucus participants, with 44 percent for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and 4 percent for former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today.
Sen. Bernie Sanders has widened his lead over Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire Democratic primary to 14 points, according to a new poll out Tuesday. A Monmouth University survey finds the Vermont senator leading Clinton 53% to 39% in the early voting state.
The New York Times/CBS News survey found Clinton holding 48% of the vote among primary voters, with US Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) polling at 41%.
That represented a big gain for Sanders, who had 32% to Clinton's 52% last month, when the same poll last went into the field.