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Politics Biden, Warren and Sanders top 3 national polls

19:50  03 november  2019
19:50  03 november  2019 Source:   politico.com

Joe Biden or Elizabeth Warren? New Polls Differ on Who’s Leading 2020 Race

  Joe Biden or Elizabeth Warren? New Polls Differ on Who’s Leading 2020 Race Just over three months before Iowans caucus for Democratic presidential candidates, four polls out this week present a muddled picture of a primary race that is unfolding in varying, and sometimes conflicting, ways nationally and in early-voting states. A pair of new national polls present starkly different results. A CNN survey released Wednesday had former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. with a commanding lead of 15 percentage points ahead of Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts. But a Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday had Ms. Warren as the front-runner, seven points ahead of Mr. Biden.

The poll , released Sunday, showed former Vice President Joe Biden at 28 percent among Democrats and Democratic-leaning registered voters Elizabeth Warren at 23 percent and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders at 17 percent. Those three are the only candidates with double-digit support.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders , Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and former Vice President Joe Biden top the Democratic field for president in 2020, with no clear leader, according to a Monmouth University poll released Monday.

The top three candidates are far ahead of the rest of the pack in the 2020 Democratic presidential field, according to three national polls released Sunday.

Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren standing next to a person wearing a suit and tie: Sen. Bernie Sanders (left), former Vice President Joe Biden (center) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren.© John Minchillo/AP Photo Sen. Bernie Sanders (left), former Vice President Joe Biden (center) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

A Washington Post-ABC News poll showed former Vice President Joe Biden at 28 percent among Democrats and Democratic-leaning registered voters, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren at 23 percent and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders at 17 percent. Those three are the only candidates with double-digit support. (Among all voters, the numbers are Biden at 27 percent, Warren at 21, and Sanders at 19.)

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A new poll suggests that the race for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination may be tightening, with a virtual three -way tie nationally among former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and two more progressive rivals, Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren .

Ms. Warren garnered 22 percent in a New York Times/Siena College poll , to 19 percent for Bernie Sanders . Pete Buttigieg has surged, while Mr The survey is full of alarming signs for Mr. Biden , who entered the race in April at the top of the polls in Iowa and nationally . He is still in the lead in most

An NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll offered similar results, with Biden at 27 percent, Warren at 23 and Sanders at 19. A Fox News poll had the best news for Biden, showing him at 31 percent, Warren at 21 and Sanders at 19.

The three polls were released exactly one year before Election Day 2020.

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Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Ind., sits in fourth place in all three polls, with his current support ranging from 6 to 9 percent. Buttigieg, however, has recently shown greater strength in individual states, polling at 20 percent, for instance, in an Iowa poll released Thursday by Iowa State University.

Democratic primary voters think only three candidates could beat Trump

  Democratic primary voters think only three candidates could beat Trump A year out from the 2020 general election, most Democrats are pessimistic about most of the candidates' abilities to defeat President Donald Trump.Out of seven weekly polls conducted over two months between mid-August and mid-October, close to a majority of Democratic primary voters believe that just three of the Democratic candidates could beat Trump.

Biden . Warren . Sanders . Buttigieg. Harris. Warren +7. All 2020 Democratic Presidential Nomination Polling Data.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is gaining ground on top -tier White House contenders Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and former Vice President Joe Biden

California Sen. Kamala Harris, who was polling in double digits during the summer, was in fifth place in two polls and sixth (behind Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar) in one of them. One bit of good news for her: Harris’ 4 percent showing in the NBC/WSJ poll was sufficient to qualify her for the Democrats’ December debate being sponsored by POLITICO and PBS.

Here are some secondary points gleaned from various other questions asked in these three polls:

— In the Washington Post-ABC poll, Biden was judged to to be the most electable, with 42 percent picking him as the Democrat most likely to defeat President Donald Trump.

— Also in that poll, Sanders was chosen as the candidate most likely to understand “the problems of people like you,” with 30 percent picking him in that category.

— In the NBC/WSJ poll, only 37 percent of Democratic primary voters say they prefer a candidate who will build on former President Barack Obama’s legacy.

— More than 50 percent of those polled in the Fox News poll said they thought Biden, Warren and Sanders could beat Trump in 2020, led by Biden at 68 percent. Only 30 percent thought Buttigieg could.

— 49 of those polled in both the Fox News poll and NBC/Wall Street Journal poll want Trump impeached and removed from office.

— Trump’s approval rating in the Fox News poll was 42 percent; it was 45 percent in the NBC/WSJ poll.

All three polls were conducted Oct. 27-30.

2020 Democratic Voters Divided Down Demographic Lines .
As Democratic voters assess their choices for the 2020 presidential nominee, they are dividing into clear groups by ideology, race and other personal qualities. As a result, three candidates are dominating the primary contest.Democratic primary voters are dividing into clear groups by ideology, race and other personal qualities as they assess their choices for the 2020 presidential nominee, Wall Street Journal/NBC News polling shows. A look at these core constituencies helps explain why three candidates have come to dominate the Democratic primary contest in national polling and points to which voter groups would have to shift in order for other candidates to rise.

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