With the Iowa Democratic caucuses on February 3 and the New Hampshire primary on February 11, Democrats are historically divided.
Four candidates have led the polls in Iowa in just four weeks. Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, and Pete Buttigieg all have a statistically equal chance of winning in Iowa. Sanders leads in New Hampshire but this is probably a result of familiarity of being from neighboring Vermont rather than policy differences.
According to Charlie Cook, without any clear leaders the early voting states in the Democratic nomination may decide very little. No candidate will come away with a resounding victory, and no candidate will enter Super Tuesday with much momentum. Watch for more chaos ahead.
Read more at The Cook Political Report