Another Nevada poll, this one from Fox News, finds Joe Biden leading the race for president in Nevada.
Biden led among 635 Democrats with 23 percent, followed by Bernie Sanders at 17 percent.
Then it got … interesting. Or something.
Tom Steyer, who has been saturating airwaves and online media with advertising, was tied with Elizabeth Warren at 12 percent. No one else was in double digits.
Steyer seized on the Fox News poll. The Nevada results, coupled with the same poll’s finding that Steyer is in second place in South Carolina, show that he has “cemented himself into the top tier of candidates,” Steyer’s campaign said Thursday.
Fox also polled a larger pool of more than 1,500 Nevadans, including Democrats, Republicans and Independents, and asked respondents for their preference in the general election.
Biden led Trump 47 percent to 39 percent. Sanders led Trump 46 to 41 percent. Warren led Trump 43 to 42, and Pete Buttigieg, who polled at 6 percent among Democrats, led Trump 42 to 41.