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The former Vice-President Joe Biden leads the race for the 2020 democratic nomination for President, according to the latest Fox News poll.
Among the Democratic primary voters, Biden is a 35 percent (compared to 31 percent in March) leaves Bernie Sanders in a distant second place with 17 percent (compared to 23 percent).
Elizabeth Warren with 9 percent, Pete Buttigieg receives 6 per cent, followed by Kamala Harris at 5 percent, Beto O’rourke at 4%, Cory Booker at 3%, and Julian Castro, Amy Klobuchar at 2 percent per piece. John Delaney, Tulsi Gabbard, Jay Inslee, Tim Ryan, Marianne Williamson, and Andrew Yang will each garner one percent.
Since March, Warren and Buttigieg five percent won points and Biden to four, while Sanders six points, O’rourke, four, and Harris three fell.
About half of the primary voters (49 percent) are the numbers “a lot” of attention to the candidates, and Biden back even better in the runoff test this tuned-in group: 41 per cent, the, 17 Sanders percent, 10 percent, Warren, and 7 percent Buttigieg.
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The highest priority of the Democratic primary voters, the defeat of Donald Trump is, as 73 percent think that it is “extremely” important. Next, 71 percent say it is very important their candidate has high ethical standards. About half want a candidate who shares your views on the Essentials, to concentrate (51 percent), has new ideas (47 percent), and has a record of achievements as a political leader (47 percent). Less someone who is sympathetic to (prioritize 39 percent), Washington (38 percent), wobbles, and represents a new generation (37 per cent).
For each characteristic, Biden leads among primary voters who say it is extremely important.
Biden also performs best in hypothetical 2020 matchups. Among all registered voters, he leads Trump with 11 points (49-38 percent), a 7-point lead in March. Biden is the only cause outside of the margin of sampling error in the matchups tested-and he is the only Democrat to push trump card is the support of 41 percent.
Sanders tops Trump, 5 points (46-41 percent), and Warren is by two (43-41 percent), while Harris ties Trump (41-41 percent) and Buttigieg trails him by a (40-41 percent).
The President’s reelect number is holding steady at 38 percent, while 54 percent of someone else’s 2020 would, if the presidential elections were today. In December, it was a 38-55 percent.
Trombone 16-point reelect deficit is far greater than the 5-point-gap, former President Barack Obama had to make this same point in the election cycle. For Obama, 44 percent was to reelect vs. 49 percent, someone else, in June 2011.
A total of 28 percent of voters would “Trump” to reelect, while 46 per cent would “definitely” vote for someone else.
The first primaries are gone for about nine months, and the 2020 Federal election is 18 months, nor interest, in the next year election is already remarkably high. Nearly 6-in-10-voters, 57 percent, are extremely interested.
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This is even higher than the 54 percent who felt the week before the 2016 presidential elections. In July 2015, a similar point in the electoral cycle, and 31 percent were interested in “extreme”.
Sixty-four percent of Clinton voters and 59 percent of the trump-voters are of interest to “extreme”.
May 11-14, 2019 carried out under the joint leadership of the Beacon research (D) and Shaw & Company (R), this Fox-News-poll interviews with 1,008 randomly selected voters contains 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 (469).