Senator Bernie Sanders leads the Democratic presidential field in all 10 national polls released this week ahead of the Nevada caucuses, with former Vice President Joe Biden and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg roughly tying for second.
Ten polls released since Monday shows Sanders as the Democratic frontrunner, with the senator’s percentage of supporters ranging from the mid 20s to early 30s.
A Hill/HarrisX poll, released Wednesday, showed 22 percent of voters supporting Sanders, while Biden came in second place with 19 percent and Bloomberg following closely behind with 18.
A recent Economist/YouGov poll showed Sanders leading the field by six points with 24 percent of support from voters. Biden trailed behind in second with 18 percent, Senator Elizabeth Warren following closely in third with 16 percent and Bloomberg in fourth with 12.
An ABC News/Washington Post poll showed Sanders doubling the candidate in second place with 32 percent of support, while Biden received 16 percent and Bloomberg came in third with 14 percent.
An Emerson College poll had Sanders at 29 percent, leading Biden’s 22 percent by seven points. Bloomberg came in third with 14 percent of support from voters nationally.
Morning Consult’s latest poll showed Sanders leading by eight points with 28 percent, while Bloomberg came in second with 20 percent and Biden following closely behind on 19 percent.
An NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll saw Sanders leading by double digits with 27 percent, while Biden followed 12 points behind on 15 percent. Bloomberg and Warren tied for third, each garnering 14 percent.
According to the latest Reuters/Ipsos poll, Sanders, again, led the field with 25 percent, with Bloomberg in second at 17 percent. Biden followed in third with 13 percent and Buttigieg in fourth garnering 11 percent.
A recent SurveyUSA poll showed Sanders leading the field by 11 points with 29 percent of support among voters, while Bloomberg and Biden tied for second after having garnered 18 percent each.
This week’s NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist College poll showed Sanders maintaining a strong lead with 31 percent. Bloomberg came in second with 19 percent, and Biden fell to third at 15 percent.
Lastly, a Zogby Analytics survey had Sanders in first place by four points with 24 percent of support. Bloomberg and Biden followed in second and third with 20 and 18 percent respectively.
Newsweek reached out to Sanders’ campaign for comment.
“There is one clear and inescapable set of results: Bernie Sanders is the definitive front-runner, and the current numbers do not represent his ceiling, but instead his base with room to grow,” said Democratic pollster Peter Hart, who co-conducted the NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll with Republican pollster Bill McInturff.
According to FiveThirtyEight, a polling website that focuses on politics, economics and sports, Sanders’ national polling average, after taking into account the 10 polls this week, is currently at 25.3 percent, a three point increase from his position 10 days ago.
While Bloomberg and Biden are roughly tied for second place, they both appear to be moving in opposite directions. Bloomberg, a newcomer to the field who will take the debate stage for the first time in Nevada tonight, has been trending up in the polls, while Biden has seen a drop in his support after a disappointing run in early voting states.