Minnesota Senator and presidential hopeful Amy Klobuchar faces her second major electoral test in tomorrow’s New Hampshire primary. Carleton College analyst Steven Schier says if Klobuchar finishes fifth — about where she stands in the polls — she then faces unfamiliar territory in South Carolina and Nevada. “Neither of those are really Amyland. Her best chance was in Iowa, and things get tougher after that,” Schier says.
The latest polls show Klobuchar with around 8 percent support in New Hampshire, well behind front runner Bernie Sanders’ 26 percent. Pete Buttigieg is close on Sanders’ heels. Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden are both around the 13 percent mark.