A New York Times/Siena College poll released Saturday shows Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., leading in Iowa, with 25% of the state’s Democratic caucusgoers saying they support him. In second place was South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg at 18%.

Former Vice President Joe Biden was listed at 17%, while Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., was at 15%.

The poll is positive news for Sanders, who is unable to campaign in Iowa due to the ongoing Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. A poll released Thursday also shows Sanders as the top pick in the New Hampshire primary, at 29% support.

Sanders has made headlines in recent weeks. 

Former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has stood by comments she made in a documentary that “nobody” likes Sanders and that she might not support him for President if he won the Democratic nomination. Sanders shot back at Clinton, saying earnestly: “On a good day, my wife likes me.”  

The comments caused backlash towards Clinton, as Sanders endorsed Clinton and campaigned for her after he lost the Democratic nomination in 2016. However, there had been criticism that Sanders campaigned too late for Clinton and that his support was tempered.

Sanders was also in the headlines after Warren claimed that he told her that a woman could not win the presidency. Sanders has denied the allegations.

The Iowa caucus is set for Feb. 3. while the New Hampshire primary will take place on Feb. 11.