A new NBC News/Marist poll shows how much things have shifted for Hillary Clinton in the race for the Democratic nominee for president.
In New Hampshire, Sen. Bernie Sanders now leads with 41 percent of Democratic voters, Clinton at 32 percent and Vice President Joe Biden gets 16 percent. That’s a flip from July Clinton led Sanders 42% to 32%.
Over in Iowa, Clinton stays in front but with a lead that’s shrinking. She currently has 38% of likely voters, 11 points over Sanders at 27%.
Of course, the first votes are still four months away…