Cory Booker is polling at just 1% in New Hampshire, according to a Monmouth University poll released today.
The poll reflects a four-way fight in the first-in-the-nation primary, with Pete Buttigieg at 20%, Joe Biden at 19%, Bernie Sanders at 18%, and Elizabeth Warren at 15%.
Booker is in 10th place in New Hampshire, trailing behind Amy Klobuchar (6%), Tulsi Gabbard (4%), Tom Steyer (4%), Andrew Yang (3%) and Michael Bennet (2%).
Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is polling at less than 1%.
“The race remains fairly wide-open,” said Patrick Murray, director of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute. “To the extent that New Hampshire voters could take some cues from Iowa, it’s also worth keeping an eye on lower polling candidates like Klobuchar if any of the leading contenders stumble in the earlier Iowa contest.”
Michael Bloomberg is not participating in the New Hampshire primary and was not included in the poll.
If the Iowa caucuses winnow the field to just the top four candidates, the poll shows that no one contender would emerge as the presumptive front runner in New Hampshire.
Under that scenario, Biden gains 5 points to 24%, Buttigieg adds 3 points to 23%, Sanders goes up 3 points to 21%, and Warren increases by 3 points to 18%.
An additional 5% of New Hampshire Democrats – half of whom support Gabbard – said they would not vote for any of the big four.
Booker has favorables of 47%-23%, slightly different than his 49%-18% in a September 2019 Monmouth Poll. The New Jersey senator was at 54%-12% last May.
Buttigieg is at 62%-17% Biden at 62%-29%, Sanders at 69%-23%, and Warren at 64%-27%.
The Monmouth University poll was conducted January 3-7 with a sample size of 697 New Hampshire voters and a margin of error of +/- 4.9%.