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Julian: The only thing that poll tells you is that support for the actual, viable candidates is so fragmented that a second-tier candidate is actually pulling a plurality. ... South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg has popped to the top of the pack of Democratic candidates in Iowa, the state that holds the first caucus. November's Monmouth University Poll shows Buttigieg with 22 percent support, followed by former Vice President Joe Biden at 19 percent, Sen. Elizabeth Warren at 18 percent and Sen. Bernie Sanders with 13 percent support. This is the first time the 37-year-old gay veteran has ever gotten first place in any poll, and while Biden's and Warren's numbers are within Buttigieg's factoring in the margin of error - the mayor has gained 14 points since Monmouth's August poll, now joining the top tier of Democratic primary candidates in the state.