Kamala Harris Drops To Sixth Place In Iowa And Is Getting Beaten By Andrew Yang In Her Own State

Kamala Harris is fading fast.

Her campaign saw a slight bounce in the polls early in the summer after the first Democratic debate, but that is long gone.

She is now in sixth place in Iowa.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

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Kamala Harris Tumbles to Sixth Place in Iowa

Kamala Harris’s poll numbers are in free-fall in Iowa, according to a poll conducted this week that found her in sixth place with voters in the pivotal primary state.

The poll, first reported by Politico and conducted by one of Harris’s own pollsters, found the California senator supported by just 5 percent of Iowa voters, a 13-point drop from where she was after the first primary debate in July.

Harris has made Iowa a priority—she was the first up on the airwaves and just embarked on a bus tour across the state. But her poll numbers have continued to plummet around the country since her standout debate performance at the beginning of the summer.

When the same poll was conducted in July, Harris was in second place behind only Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) and a point ahead of former vice president Joe Biden. Now Harris finds herself in sixth place, behind Biden, Warren, South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.), and Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D., Minn.).

As if that isn’t bad enough, Harris is also getting beaten in polls by Andrew Yang in her home state of California.

The Federalist reports:

Andrew Yang Has More Support Than Kamala Harris In Her Home State, New Poll Reveals

A new Emerson poll shows entrepreneur Andrew Yang polling ahead of Kamala Harris in California, Harris’ home state. Yang is polling at 7 percent, while Harris trails slightly behind at 6 percent.

This poll also reveals a stark difference between support for the three top-tier candidates — Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, and Elizabeth Warren — and the rest of the Democratic candidates.

Biden and Sanders are tied at 26 percent, Warren is polling at 20 percent, and the next in line is Yang at 7 percent. That’s a 13-point difference.

If things don’t turn around – and fast – don’t expect Harris to stay in the race much longer.

It’s hard to see how she stays in with these numbers.

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