Senator Amy Klobuchar (Minnesota) has moved up to third place in New Hampshire following the Democratic primary debate on Friday, two new polls shows.

The surveys released by Emerson College and Suffolk University overnight found the Minnesota senator on 14 and 13.6 percent of the New Hampshire vote respectively, putting her ahead of Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren just 24 hours before the second nominating contest.

The Emerson College poll of Democratic primary voters conducted from February 8 to February 9 showed Klobuchar’s numbers were up five points on Friday, the date of the ABC News Democratic debate in New Hampshire.

By comparison, the latest Suffolk University poll found her 7.6 points ahead of her numbers going into the eighth Democratic debate, while Senator Warren and former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg saw their polling dip.

Sen. Amy Klobuchar in New Hampshire
Senator Amy Klobuchar speaks during a town hall at Nashua Community College on October 25, 2019 in Nashua, New Hampshire.
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In other polls released over the weekend, Klobuchar’s position going into the New Hampshire primary tomorrow was less marked, with one poll by CBS News and YouGov putting the Minnesota senator in fifth place on just 10 percent of the New Hampshire Democratic vote.

Another survey released on Sunday by the University of New Hampshire and CNN found the Minnesota senator in fifth place with just 6 percent of the vote, putting her 22 points behind frontrunner Bernie Sanders.

New Hampshire primary polling averages by FiveThirtyEight and Real Clear Politics put Klobuchar in the same spot, with 9.5 and 9.6 percent of the vote respectively.