Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is slipping in both national and early state polls, and it looks like the slide in support is happening in California as well. A new poll from the UC Berkeley Institute of Government Studies conducted for the Los Angeles Times shows that Warren lost seven percentage points since the poll was last conducted in September, and is no longer leading the Democratic primary field. The new leader is Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who is up five percentage points since the poll was last conducted. Here are top five candidates from the poll: Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders - 24 percent (up five percentage points since September) Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren - 22 percent (down seven percentage points since September) Former Vice President Joe Biden - 14 percent (down six percentage points since September) South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg - 12 percent (up six percentage points since September) California Sen. Kamala Harris - 7 percent (down one percentage point since September) *****. Buttigieg's California surge also coincides with a national surge that has vaulted him into the top tier of candidates. While Biden appears to be trending down in California, his national numbers have not seemed to move much in recent weeks. (Excerpt) Read more at sfgate.com ... ------------ This is a bit misleading as Bernie tops out at 24% so it is not as if he has really gained much support. But with fauxcahontas fading who will step up to the plate?....FACE IT, Party of INFANTICIDE.....you idiots have NO ONE......QUICK TO THE BAT SIGNAL....perhaps da Oprah...OR da Moooocher?.....Now that would be fun watching .... Trump insulting them and watching all of leftdumb, and the MSM call him a bigger racist and misogynist than they already do!.....ROTFLMFAO.....OH, the memes that will come from that!!!!!