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A new poll of Iowa Democrats shows 2020 three candidates tip, the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, operation signals a tightening of the competition for the democratic nomination.
A Quinnipiac University poll released on Wednesday showed 20 percent of voters Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass support., followed by 19 per cent support in South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, 17 percent for sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. and 15 percent for Biden. The poll has a 4.5 percentage point margin of error.
Just three months shy of the Iowa caucus, the Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst Mary of the snow, the heated competition described as “a tight race with a crowded field of top riders.”
“And Senator Elizabeth Warren, the former Vice-President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders have kept top-tier status in the national polls for months, South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg a closing of the ranks in the 2020-Iowa-caucus. And it is a race to win the. Half the likely Democratic caucus-goers who support a candidate say they may change their minds before Feb. 3,” Snow Added.
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Even though Biden remains in the clear top-tier candidate, his slump in the polls both in Iowa and nationally has paved the way for other top candidates for centimeters closer to him, and provide competition in the early primary States.
Fifty-two percent of the likely Democratic voters surveyed said they could still change their minds before the first nomination contest in the 2020 Democratic presidential primaries, while 46 percent of voters said that your mind is already formed.
The survey also showed that Sanders supporters were the most committed to their chosen candidate with 61 per cent saying their heads were down, compared to 48 percent of the Biden voters, 44 percent of Warren voters, and 40 per cent of Buttigieg supporters.
The democratic caucus-goers surveyed, 33 percent said they are looking for someone who can win the election.”
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“Likely caucus-goers, the divided selected electability as the most important thing in your top choice in the group, with Biden, Buttigieg, and Warren each getting 21 percent,” Snow said. “There is no candidate with a clear edge.”
Democrats, who described themselves as “very liberal” were divided between Sanders and Warren as their top favorites, as they received 32 percent and 30 percent of the votes respectively. Those who describe themselves as “somewhat liberal” are split between the Warren at 29 percent and Buttigieg at 24 percent.
Buttigieg and Biden won the favor with “moderate and conservative” Democrats, polling with 19 and 18 percent.
Voters identified health care is the top issue in the year 2020, with 26 percent, Sanders is saying the most on the question, and 22 percent, Warren.
Both the progressive candidates have largely agreed on the idea of a single-payer “Medicare for all” health care system, but have recently butted heads on how to Finance such a plan.
Thirty-five percent of Sanders supporters of the 2016 caucus say they still support him while 23 percent of his former voters say that they said now with the support of Warren, and 19 percent said they support Buttigieg. Biden had the support of 27 percent of Hillary Clinton in the 2016 caucus supporters, while 21 percent said they now support Buttigieg and 18 percent said they would vote for Warren.
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The survey respondents 698 likely Iowa Democratic caucusgoers between Oct. 30 and Nov. 5.
Outside the main contenders, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn. got 5 percent of the vote, Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif. have 4 percent, and businessman Tom Steyer, tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, each got 3 percent.