Sen. Amy Klobuchar continues to enjoy a post-debate bounce in New Hampshire and has sailed into third place, according to two polls released a day ahead of Tuesday’s primary.

Boston Globe/WBZ-TV/Suffolk University poll found Klobuchar was the choice of 14% of likely primary voters behind Sen. Bernie Sanders (27%) and former mayor Pete Buttigieg (19%). Sanders’ eight-point lead over Buttigieg reflected a shift from Friday, when the poll found the former mayor slightly ahead of the senator from Vermont.

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Former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Elizabeth Warren were tied for fourth in the poll at 12% each.

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