Martin O’Malley Says He’s Seen Shift in His Supporters

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DES MOINES, Iowa -- Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley is wrapping up his two-day swing through the state by making phone calls to potential voters at his headquarters in Des Moines.

According to a recent Gravis Poll, O'Malley trailing in third at 10 percent.

However, he says it doesn't worry him. O'Malley added that at this point in the campaign cycle, he is satisfied with his poll numbers

The former governor says since the Christmas holiday, he has notice a shift in his supporters.

"I've seen it time and time again as you guys probably have too," O'Malley said Sunday. "The pundits and the polls say one thing in December then on Caucus night, the people of Iowa get their say and what the people of Iowa are best at is lifting up a new leader for our country. So, I'm very excited about these next 29 days."

O'Malley will be back campaigning in the state on Thursday.