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To claim, In the first major shakeup to the lineup, Elizabeth Warren in front of the Bernie Sanders moved to second place behind Joe Biden in the democratic nomination race. In addition, primary voters a sharp dividing line between embracing former President Obama’s legacy and a new way.
A new Fox News survey finds Biden continues to lead the nomination race with the support of 31 percent of the primary voters. More Elizabeth Warren at 20 percent, Bernie Sanders at 10 percent, and Kamala Harris at 8 percent.
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Warren’s move came in steady steps. From March to may, she won 5 points, then 3 more in July, and a further 8 increase in August — for a total of 16 percentage points.
During this same time, Sanders declined by 13 points (from 23 percent in March to 10 percent today).
Biden and Harris both are exactly where they were in March.
Cory Booker, Pete Buttigieg, and Andrew Yang stood at 3 per cent per piece, and Amy Klobuchar, and Beto O’rourke are both at 2 percent. Julian Castro, Bill de Blasio, John Delaney, Tulsi Gabbard, Kirsten Gillibrand, Tom Steyer, and Marianne Williamson will each receive 1 percent.
John Hickenlooper, who dropped out of the race on Thursday, has received less than one percent.
Warren gains come at Sanders’ expense, as they are now the favorite among primary voters under 45 years of age as well as those who identify as “very” liberal. Since last month, Warren is up by 12 points at the under 45 crowd, while Sanders 10 lost. And their support increased by 18 points among very liberal voters, as Sanders 16 declined.
Biden leads Warren among men (+11 points) and women (+11) and has a 22-point lead among voters over the age of 45. Plus, among the non-white, is Biden to 17 points over Sanders, and 19 on Warren.
By a wide 60-36 percent margin, primaries, voters, candidates, the “restore the Land, and the American policy prefer return to normality” to change the “fundamental” of how Washington works.
Share sharp, but when deciding between a candidate who will build on Obama’s legacy (48 per cent) and the one that a new and different approach (47 percent).
Those favoring a new approach to go for Warren over Biden by 5 points, while those who build on Obama’s legacy Biden back from the 26.
By a 20-point margin, Biden also is preferred over Warren among those who want a nominee who will restore normality (39 vs. 19 percent). The vote preference to mingle with those who want to fundamentally change how Washington works: Warren (20 percent), Biden (19 percent), Sanders (18 percent), Harris (10 percent).
Each of the Democratic candidates tested in the survey, beats Donald Trump in 2020 possible quarter-final and any power gains compared to July. And while Trump never before on 40 percent support, it is important to note that none of the challengers break 50 percent, and there is enough in the balance, third-party voters to stay between 12-15 percent of the race to swing or so.
“Biden and Sanders sizable held leads Trump,” says democratic pollster Chris Anderson, who conducts the Fox News poll with Republican Daron Shaw. “But this is the first time our survey results Warren and Harris the chance to stake a claim on an electability argument.”
Trump trails Biden by 12 points (50-38 percent), Sanders by 9 (48-39), and Warren of 7 (46-39). These leads are outside the poll’s margin for error is. This is the first Fox News poll show a lead for Warren out of the error.
Harris ‘ 6-point lead in a matchup against Trump is located directly on the error rate (45-39).
“There is So much that can happen let alone in a day, for 14 months,” said Shaw. “But to take care of the President, the inability of capital to the strong economy, especially among independents, the White house has.”
While the interest in the election in 2020 remains high among all voters, more Democrats (63%) than Republicans (56 percent) are of interest to “extreme”.
In Democratic primaries, voters will be asked whether or not they say a favorable or unfavorable view of Obama, 93 percent, efficient compared to 6 percent unfavorable. This gives him a net favorability rating of +87 points.
Primary voters give Sanders a net rating of +71 points (83 favorable 12 unfavorable), while Warren at +69 (79-10), Biden +67 (81-14), and Harris +58 (73-15).
Among Republicans, Trump is getting a net positive score of +71 (85-14). Among voters overall, he receives a net-negative 14 points (42 to 56).
The top-tier Democratic candidates to collect positive reviews, among all voters: Biden +8 points (50-42), Sanders +7 (50-43), Warren +6 (46-40), and Harris +1 (41-40). Obama gets even better, receive a net +23 points (60 favorable-unfavorable 37).
Voters who have a negative view on both Biden and trump back for Biden by a 43-10 percent margin in the head-to-head matchup, although many will vote for someone else (27 per cent) would not vote (12%) or are undecided (8 percent).
The democratic party has) for a +6 net positive rating (51 favorable to 45 unfavorable), while the Republican party is viewed negatively by 13 points (41-54. of the reason more Democrats (92 percent) rate their party favorably than Republicans rate their (84 percent).
August 11-13, 2019, under the joint leadership of the Beacon research (D) and Shaw & Company (R), of this Fox News poll is based on interviews with 1,013 randomly selected voters nationwide, spoke with a live Interviewer on both landlines and mobile phones. The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points for all registered voters and 4.5 points for the Democratic primary voters (483).