In early May a poll of New Hampshire Democrats was carried out asking primary voters in the bellwether state their preferred candidate for president in 2020.
The frontrunner was neither Bernie Sanders nor Joe Biden, two of the favourites, but Elizabeth Warren, the 69-year-old Massachusetts senator who seems to have niggled Donald Trump more than any other politician.
Ms Warren was backed by 26 per cent of respondents, six per cent more than the former vice president. Intriguingly she was backed by twice as many respondents as Mr Sanders, the supposed darling of the Democrat left.
She has repeatedly denied that she is running for president, but commentators in the US are treating this with a pinch…
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