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Primaries, voters increasingly feel the need to nominate somebody, the President of Trump in the year 2020 can beat, and more think that Joe can do Biden, as all the other top Democratic hopefuls. In addition, while the majority of Democratic primary voters are satisfied with their area, more than a quarter of wish they had other options, according to a new Fox News poll.
Biden leads the nomination race with the support of 31 percent of Democratic primary voters followed by Elizabeth Warren at 21 percent, Bernie Sanders at 19 percent, and Pete Buttigieg at 7 percent. In early October, Biden was at 32 percent, and Warren, 22, Sanders 17, and Buttigieg 4.
Kamala Harris and Andrew Yang received 3 percent apiece, followed by Cory Booker, Tulsi Gabbard, and Amy Klobuchar, respectively, at 2 percent, and Tom Steyer at 1 percent.
Compared to March, the first Fox News poll on the race, Biden’s support unchanged, while Warren has won 17 points, Buttigieg to 6, and Sanders is down 4.
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Biden is supported by a large majority of Democratic primary voters (80 percent) say it is extremely important to your candidates to beat trump, — and more able to think (68 percent), that he can do that than feel that way about Warren (57 percent), Sanders (54 percent) or Buttigieg (30 percent).
Much less, 42 percent, think it is extremely important that their candidate shares their views on the most important issues. However, more democratic primary voters say that Biden shares your views (72 percent) than to say the same of Sanders (68 percent), Warren (62 percent), or Buttigieg (43 percent).
Since may, the number of Democratic primary voters say that, it is extremely important to your candidates Trump can defeat and has up to 7 points (from 73 to 80 percent), and the proportion who say that it is extremely important that your candidate shares your views declined 9 (51 vs. 42 percent).
The survey, released on Sunday, finds that despite tens of candidates, more than one in four primaries, voters wish they had other options (28 percent). The covers 26 percent of the Biden supporters and 27 percent of the Warren Fans.
Seventy-eight percent of GOP primary voters, Trump want to keep as their candidate, while 69 percent of the primaries the voters are satisfied with your work area.
“If Hillary Clinton, the race was to enter, she would probably do so near the top of the pack,” says democratic pollster Chris Anderson, who conducts the Fox News poll with Republican Daron Shaw. “And Michelle Obama could probably field clear.”
Twenty-seven percent of the primary voters would Biden definitely vote for Clinton, and a third of those backing and a quarter in support of Warren.
The numbers are better for the former first lady Michelle Obama: 50 percent would definitely vote for you, including nearly 5 in 10 out of Biden, and 4 in 10 of Warren’s supporters.
Few, 6 per cent, would definitely re-former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Thirty-two percent would never vote for Bloomberg, 30 percent for Clinton, and 8 percent Obama.
While the health concerns on Sanders to be a Problem for more than half of the primary voters (53 percent), 28 percent say that these concerns make them less likely to support the Vermont senator (14 percent more). Sanders suffered a heart attack 3.October.
On the other hand, almost twice as many, 21 percent) say they are more likely (rather than less likely (11 per cent) Biden gave Trump claimed the former Vice President and his son, the shops in the Ukraine and in China. About two-thirds say that the allegations made no difference (65 percent).
A year out from the 2020 election is the Trump ties or ways that the Democrats in each of the possible head-to-head matchups tested.
Biden performs best against Trump (51-39 percent). He leads by 12 points, collects about 50 percent and keeps Trump under 40 percent. In early October, Biden led by 10 (50-40 percent).
More Democrats (91 percent) Biden than Republicans (86 percent) support the trump card, and 88 per cent by 2016 Trump voters to stay with him, while 91 percent of the Clinton-Biden would support voters.
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Sanders has an 8-point lead (49-41 percent). Warren’s 5-point lead over the President (46-41 percent) is within the survey margin of sampling error and Buttigieg, and Trump’s tie (41-41 percent). In 2016 rematch, Clinton is a 2-point edge (43-41 percent).
Between 10-17 percent of the voters undecided or support third-party candidates.
“Trump card is the support in this early ballot tests is stable at around 40 percent,” says Shaw. “He will need to support, his support among a few fluctuate, the Republicans and some independents and Democrats away from the other side, if he is going to win another term.”
Slim majorities of voters, health care (53 percent) and the economy (52 percent) say are extremely important to your vote for President in November 2020. This is more than feel that way about guns (44 percent), immigration (43 percent), terrorism (42 percent), taxes (41 percent), abortions (36 percent), foreign policy (36 percent), Supreme court nominations (36 percent), climate change (34 percent).
The top issues among Democrats, health care (62% very important), climate change, and weapons (both 48 percent) and the economy (46 percent). For the Republicans, the economy (60 percent), terrorism (55 percent) and immigration (54 percent).
“Trump is the lowest approval rating on health care, the Democrats have a big opening there,” says Anderson. “But the size of the opening depends immensely on the ultimate candidate, the position on the Medicare expansion.”
By a 69-21 percent margin, like the voters to buy that everyone has the opportunity in Medicare.
Voters split 47-47 percent on get rid of the private health insurance and the transition to a state of health care for all. Among the Democratic primary voters, 80 percent favor, to buy the it every allows, the Medicare and 65 percent, the government prefer to run the system.
Although the election to the Bundestag way is 12 months, the interest is already remarkably high, is interested in 60 per cent. This corresponds to the record in November 2008, and is almost double the 32 percent who were interested very much. November 2015, a year before the 2016 presidential elections.
Sixty-three percent of Democrats and 61 percent of Republicans are extremely interested in.
October 27-30, 2019, under the joint leadership of the Beacon research (D) and Shaw & Company (R), of this Fox News poll is based on interviews with 1,040 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 3 percentage points for all registered voters and 4.5 points for the Democratic primary voters (471).