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It is becoming increasingly important to Democratic primary voters, the President beat Donald Trump as a support for their favorite candidate-and former Vice-President, Joe Biden, is widely considered to be the candidate likely to give you the White house.
This is a great source of strength for Biden, the state continues to be at the top of the Democratic field, however, to a new low.
Biden, captures the support of 29 percent of Democratic primary voters, according to a new Fox News poll. That’s down 2 points since last month and down 6 points since May, when he supported to a high of 35 percent. His current 11-point lead is down from a high of 19 points in June.
Sanders rises again in the second with 18 per cent (+8 points since August), followed by Elizabeth Warren 16 percent, (4), constitute the clearest three top candidates animal seen in this race so far.
The next layer contains Kamala Harris at 7 percent, Pete Buttigieg at 5 percent, Beto O’rourke at 4%, Cory Booker at 3%, and both Andrew Yang and Amy Klobuchar at 2 percent.
Michael Bennet, John Delaney, and Tom Steyer will each receive 1 percent.
The top picks among self-described moderate and conservative votes in the Democratic primaries, Biden (34 percent), Sanders (14 percent), and Warren (9 percent). “Very” liberal to go for Sanders (31 percent), Biden (22 percent) and Warren (20 percent).
Primary voters under the age of 35 prefer Sanders (35 percent) than Biden (17 percent) and Warren (14 percent). This age between 45 and still go strong for Biden (38 percent) over Warren (17 percent) and Sanders (8 percent).
Biden is in front of the white by 7 points (Biden, 26, Warren, 19, Sanders 16) and non-white by 13 points (Biden 34, Sanders 21, Warren 11, Harris 9).
From a 25-point margin, primaries, voters support the candidate prioritize-who has) the best shot at beating trump on the candidate you like the most (56-31 percent. This is from 15 points in March (51-36 percent).
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And 42 percent did Biden say the best chance to win. This is more than double the 17 percent who say Sanders and more than three times the 12 percent who say that Warren.
And Yes, primary voters also prefer a candidate that is a new approach (49 percent), over a who will build on Obama’s legacy (43 percent), and say we support a candidate who will fundamentally change how the political system works (50 percent) is more important than the support of a that the system restore as it was before the trump management (46 percent).
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Biden is preferred by a 19-point margin among those who want to restore, Washington, in the pre-trump, tops and Sanders by a narrow 4 points among those who want a fundamental change of the political system in Washington.
In addition, those who build, on the former President, Obama’s legacy is going to Biden by 19 points, and he holds his own among those who have a new approach: Biden (23 percent), Warren (22 percent) and Sanders (20 percent).
Democrats are pretty satisfied with their slate of candidates. Most would be very or rather satisfied with Biden (76 percent), Warren (76 percent) or Sanders (70 percent) is to be nominated by the party, and about 6 in 10 feel that way about Harris (62 percent), Booker (57 percent), and Buttigieg (57 percent).
The number of those who will be satisfied with Warren, up 15 points since April. And while the General satisfaction with Biden, according to a touch (-2 points), he begins to say the most part, you would be very satisfied if he is the candidate (47 percent vs. 40 percent for Warren and 37 percent for Sanders).
Still, almost 4 out of 10 primaries, voters (38 percent) are the hope, someone will be new, the Biden to secure the 2020 race, including 36 percent of the respondents. This is about how Democrats wanted during the 2008 primaries, 36 percent, in order to see a new face jump (September 2007).
Health care is the number one “deal-breaker” Problem for the Democrats, with 13 percent say (without the aid of a list), you need a candidate before you can vote for them. It is important, as some of the biggest political differences between the Democratic hopefuls are on the supply.
To change eighty-two percent of the primary voters are in favor of, to allow the health care system that every American buy into Medicare, while 74 percent approval largely Obamacare leave-in-place (Biden ‘ s position). Fewer, although still a 60-percent majority, for the get rid of the private health insurance and the transition to a government-run system (Sanders and Warren).
Among all voters, the view on split, put majorities in favor of the public option (68 percent) and Obamacare (57 percent), while a government-run system (46 in favor vs. 48 resist).
When asked if trump would be more difficult to beat, if Democrats nominate a candidate with certain properties, primary voters say the biggest debt would be the nomination of someone who is gay (50 percent), someone who is strongly liberal positions (50 percent) or a woman (49 percent). Less nominating a person of color (39 percent) or a white man over the age of 70 (33 percent) than disadvantages.
Conducted September 15-17, 2019, under the joint leadership of the Beacon research (D) and Shaw & Company (R), of this Fox News poll is based on interviews with 1,008 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 (480).