centrist voters

Centrist voters cut Biden out of the picture

Byron York, Washington Examiner

The Democratic presidential race in New Hampshire appears to be changing too quickly for the polls to keep up. The stories that hit the news on Sunday focusing on Joe Biden's difficulties might actually have understated the former vice president's problems. Nearly one-third of voters here remain undecided just hours before Tuesday's primary. That certainly appeared to be true of many in the Buttigieg crowd. But being undecided does not mean a voter is open to any candidate. And that looks like more bad news for Biden. As the experienced New Hampshire politico said, for Biden, and for the rest of the field as well, things appear to be changing not by the hour but by the minute.