Reports From the Ground Indicate Biden Likely Did Poorly in Iowa

Widespread reports from the Iowa ground, entrance polling, and overall sentiment indicate Vice President Biden likely did poorly in Iowa.

Justin Buoen, campaign manager for Amy Klobuchar tweeted:

Big night in Iowa. With the numbers we’ve seen internally and publicly, we’re running even or ahead of Vice President Biden. Wheels up to New Hampshire!

If this were to be accurate and Klobuchar were to actually do better than Biden in Iowa, he would be likely looking at a catastrophic 5th place finish – with Bernie, Buttigieg, Warren and Klobuchar all coming in ahead of him.

The extremely limited results so far indeed have Klobuchar slightly ahead of Biden.

Townhall reports there are brutal reports coming out of Iowa that former Vice President Joe Biden is struggling mightily in precincts where he should have a shot at viability. The set-up of this contest can be rather rambunctious.

People gather in their respective locations and pray that their candidate can clinch at least 15 percent to be declared viable to move into the next phase.

David Wasserman of the Cook Political Report noted that it’s possible Biden won’t finish in the top three, a crushing blow to a candidate seen as a heavyweight in the Democratic Party and the person best suited to take on Donald Trump in November.

The Des Moines Register pulled the release of their much-anticipated poll prior to the Iowa Caucus due to the campaign of former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg complaining about how the survey was conducted.

The results of that poll were posted by FiveThirtyEight and others tonight showing Bernie Sanders in the lead.

This is not a shock, as Sanders did well in Iowa in 2016. But Amy Klobuchar is doing decently in some areas, as is Pete Buttigieg. Project Mayhem is here for Democrats. Grab some popcorn.