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Talk-radio host, Larry Marino weighs in at, those who choose the Democrats the most for your 2020 presidential candidate.
The former Vice-President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders – neither of whom has declared his candidacy for the presidency – the leader of the pack in the race for the 2020 democratic nomination, according to the results of a new survey.
A Morning Consult survey on Tuesday released by Democrats nationwide, and in the first four primary and caucus States, to the fact that two declared candidates-Sens. Kamala Harris in California, and Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts – the third and fourth at this early point in the hunt for the democratic nomination.
The results, similar to the recent polls from other organizations show that, in a year, influenced from the beginning of the primaries, awareness of strong results.
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Morning Consult interviewed 11,627 registered voters indicated they will vote in the Democratic primary or caucus in your state. The company said it is the upgraded Version, the results of each week for the future.
According to the results, Biden to 29 percent among Democrats nationwide. The former Vice President is seriously running in the year 2020. So Sanders is standing at 22 percent in the survey. The independent senator from Vermont, has fought the possible candidacy of Hillary Clinton during the primaries in 2016.
Harris polls at 13 percent, with Warren at 8 percent. Former Rep. Beto O’rourke of Texas, is considering a White house run – stands at 7 percent, declared candidates, Sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey at 5 percent and Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota at 3 percent. None of the 12 other candidates or potential competitors in the survey, topped by 2 percent.
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It was a similar story among Democratic voters in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina. Biden was 33 percent, with Sanders at 21%, Harris at 11 percent and the Warren a percentage point behind.
Six percent of the Democrats in the four early primary and caucus States said they preferred Booker, with O’rourke at 5 percent. None of the competitors top 2 percent.
In The Morning Consult Survey Feb 4-10. The survey’s overall sampling error was +/- 1 percent, with a margin of error of +/- 4 percent for the results in the four early voting States.