Joe Biden shows, and Bernie Sanders at the top of the list of potential presidential candidates, a survey of likely Democratic Iowa Caucusgoers.
The former Vice-President Joe Biden and the 2016 presidential candidate sen. Bernie Sanders are the preferred choice of Iowa, the democratic voters in the 2020 election, a recent poll showed.
The survey, conducted by the Des Moines Register, Mediacom and CNN found that 49 percent of the Iowa faith likely Democratic caucusgoers, that an “experienced political hand” would have the best chance of defeating President trump in the 2020 presidential election.
Biden, who has floated the idea of his own campaign, came out as the frontrunner, with 32 percent of the respondents, the him for your first choice. Sanders, who ran for President in 2016, but lost the party nomination, Hillary Clinton, came in second with 19 percent.
J. Ann Selzer, President of Selzer & co., the company that conducted the poll, told the Des Moines Register, and that experienced politicians seem to be the direction that the Democratic voters to lean in the direction, although they are open to new faces.
“This is, of course, a warm welcome to some of the people that really familiar to caucusgoers in the country,” he said. “There are also some but the welcoming of the newcomers, who come only now start to, the state and the people who could shape your future.”
Rep. Beto O’rourke, a Democrat, moved to overthrow a national spotlight despite an unsuccessful bid, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, is the upstart, the support a candidate in would probably, with 11 percent of the participants choosing it as their first choice.
The only other Democrat with a significant amount of support in Iowa, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., with 8 percent.
Other notable contenders Sen. Cory stove, D-N. J., and former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg.
The survey consisted of 455 likely democratic caucusgoers called into question. Dec. 10-13.