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A new national survey suggests a three-way tie between sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont, Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and former Vice-President Joe Biden in the race for the democratic presidential nomination.
And the poll released Monday by Monmouth University shows a massive drop for Biden, the front-runner in the nomination race since before he announced his candidacy in late April. It also reflects increased support for both Sanders and Warren, the democratic party of two progressive standard-bearer.
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Sanders and Warren are both at 20 percent in the survey, with Biden at 19 percent. The former Vice President fell 13 percentage points from 32 percent in June in Monmouth last national poll on the democratic nomination race. Sanders rose six points from the June survey, with Warren five points.
“The most important thing to take away from this survey is that the democratic race has to evaporate,” Monmouth University Polling Institute Director Patrick Murray said.
“Liberal voters over are starting to cast, if a candidate can identify,” said Murray. “Moderate voters who pay less attention, seem to the expression of doubts about Biden. But you are rocking leaning more in the direction of a left-candidates with a high degree of recognition, rather than on a less-known candidate, which may be more in line with them politically.”
The survey suggests Biden “suffered across the board decline in” with a 14-point drop from June to August, with white Democrats, a 17-point free-fall among voters without a college degree, and a 14-point jump in the men’s a 13-point drop among women and a nine-point worsening in the voters 50 and older. He, too, went from 40 percent in June to 22 percent now under the Democrats, as a moderate or conservative.
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Most of the support is lost, the shifts in these groups, Biden, and almost the same to Sanders and Warren.
Sr., Kamala Harris of California is a distant fourth in the Monmouth poll at 8 percent, with Sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey and South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg, both at 4 percent. Entrepreneur Andrew York at 3 percent, former Rep. Beto O’rourke of Texas, the former housing and urban development Secretary Julian Castro, and best-selling spiritual author Marianne Williamson, each at 2 percent. All the other respondents in the survey registered at 1 percent or less.
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The Monmouth University Poll, Aug. 16-20, with 800 adults nationwide, interviewed in live telephone operator. Results for the democratic presidential nomination race have been on the basis of 298 registered voters who identified themselves as Democrats or leaned toward the democratic party, and have a sampling error of plus or minus 5.7 percentage points.