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Do Lower-Tier Democrats Still Have A Shot At The Nomination?

What the data tells us about the chances of candidates polling under 5%.

(From Left to Right) Tulsi Gabbard, Amy Klobuchar, Cory Booker and Julian Castro are all polling in the low single digits

Last week’s Democratic debate saw just 10 candidates take the stage — as half of the candidates from the second debate failed to reach the required 130,000 donors and 2% in four qualifying polls needed to qualify. Many bottom-tier candidates…

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