Beto O’rourke, Pete Buttigieg rise in new year 2020, the national poll

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A new national poll offers more evidence that White House candidate Beto O’rourke of Texas, and Pete Buttigieg of Indiana are on the rise in the race for the democratic presidential nomination.

O ‘ Rourke, the former three-term Congressman, grabbed national attention after he was near to defeat GOP Sen. Ted Cruz in the 2018 midterm elections, the third place at 12 percent among Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents in a new Quinnipiac University national survey.


O’rourke announced his candidacy two weeks ago and drew large crowds and lots of media buzz, as he campaigned in all four of the early voting primary and caucus States. He also threw an eye-popping $6 million in its first 24 hours as a candidate.

Buttigieg comes to 4 per cent in the survey, several slots behind the leaders, but still a pickup is in the polls. The South Bend, Indiana, mayor and Afghanistan war veteran, was considered an extreme long shot for the nomination, when he launched his presidential exploratory committee in January. But he has seen his star rise in recent weeks, attracting larger crowds on the campaign and a lot of positive coverage on the cable news channels and the political media.

The winner of the poll, the former Vice-President Joe Biden, who is at 29 percent. Biden is expected and announced his candidacy for the White house in the coming weeks. Independent sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, who in his second straight bid for the democratic nomination, the second in the survey at 19 percent.


Biden and Sanders all national and early voting state surveys in the year 2020 have proven almost Democratic race, including a Fox News poll released a few days ago. Its strong Position is fueled in part by the widespread recognition. Name ID for a strong horse-influenced breed surveys in the early parts of the cycle.

Sr., Kamala Harris, the California-only fourth in the poll with 8 percent, Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, at 4 percent in addition to Buttigieg. Sens. Cory Booker from New Jersey and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota was 2 percent. The rest of the large field of democratic contenders registered at 1 percent or less.

The survey was the first Quinnipiac this cycle, the race for the 2020 democratic nomination. Nevertheless, it is a rise for both O’rourke and Buttigieg in comparison with other current surveys.

The 37-year-old Buttigieg, and of the 46-year-old O’rourke are decades younger than Biden, 76, and Sanders, 77. But seven out of 10 Democrats and Democratic-leaning voters questioned in the survey said that the age is not an important factor in their vote for a presidential candidate.

To take on “hungry for a candidate, the President, Donald Trump, Democrats and Democratic leaners, the three B’s, Biden, Bernie and Beto, at the top in a race, back in the age, race and gender in the background, to electability, and common views,” Quinnipiac University poll assistant director Tim Malloy said.

By a 56-35 percent margin, Republicans and GOP-leaning independents said they do not want to see someone to primary challenge President Trump in the next year. And in another result of the survey shows that 53 percent of all voters say that they will not vote for Trump in the 2020 General election.

The Quinnipiac University poll was conducted March 21 – 25, with 1,358 voters interviewed nationwide live telephone operator. The survey’s overall sampling error is 3.3 percentage points, with a 5.1 margin of error for the questions on the 2020 democratic nomination race.

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