Published: Fri, August 30, 2019
Health Care | By Cedric Leonard

New Poll: Biden Sees Big Drop Among Dems As Warren, Sanders Rise

New Poll: Biden Sees Big Drop Among Dems As Warren, Sanders Rise

The polling expert, who told Cheddar he has been to a few of Warren's town halls as a reporter on the campaign trail, added: "She is actually very successful in winning over some of those moderate voters, who are looking for somebody who is going to be strong as a candidate, but not too far left", when discussing her pro-Medicare-for-All stance, which has continued to be a point of contention in the Democratic race.

Warren, 70, and Sanders, 77, an advocate of socialist policies, represent the progressive wing of the party.

The poll shows Biden losing support among Democrats who identify as moderate and conservative, with the shift primarily moving to lift Sanders and Warren.

The Biden campaign said in a statement that the poll was based on a relatively small sample size, and that an average of polls by RealClearPolitics has him ahead of the field, The New York Times reported. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), "an outlier", according to The Washington Examiner.

Polls show Biden, the current Democratic front runner, has the best chance of beating Trump in the 2020 presidential election.

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The poll of 800 voters included 298 people considered registered Democrats or Democratic-leaning.

Former Vice President Joe Biden's support fell drastically to 19 percent in the latest poll result, making the race for Democratic presidential nomination a three-way tie.

The survey - released Monday - showed the former vice president plunged 13 percentage points from where he stood in June.

"It's important to keep in mind this is just one snapshot from one poll". California Sen. Kamala Harris is fourth with 9% support among voters of color. Harris had gotten a bounce in the polls in June after she called out Biden in the first debate for his opposition to busing to racially integrate schools in the 1970s. While a media narrative is developing that it's a three-person race, it's entirely possible that one or more of the candidates now in single digits in the polls will leap up in the weeks ahead.

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