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Joe take down trump would Biden in Pennsylvania, but not beat Bernie out of The race: Frank Luntz

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Pollster Frank Luntz weighs in on the 2020 Democratic field to ‘their world’.

Joe is the better of the President Trump in Pennsylvania, but the former Deputy would be Biden-the President is not looking likely at the moment, the Democrat took him on in 2020, the pollster Frank Luntz.

Luntz, during an appearance on “your world,” said Biden looked strong in the state, Trump won in 2016, but as before, Sen. Bernie Sanders said, ultimately, I-Vt., is likely to win the party nomination.

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).

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Cavuto Luntz Biden, the leadership asked in early surveys, and, as he thinks, that forms the race at this point.

“If Joe Biden candidate Joe Biden is in Pennsylvania to win. Let’s be honest here,” Luntz said.

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But the researchers turned his attention to Biden fight with Bernie.

“At this point, in mid-may, Sanders a fundraising operation second-to-none, and he has a clearly defined base of support – this is not as wide as Joe Biden, is significantly,” Luntz host Neil Cavuto told.

“So, in this early moment, if you asked me which candidate has the best chance of standing out at the end, then Yes: Bernie Sanders,” he said.

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Cavuto asked Luntz if he Vt as Sanders, I -., “too far to the left” to victory in a General election against Trump, the former sen George McGovern, D-S. D., blowout loss to President Richard Nixon in 1972. McGovern carried only Massachusetts and the District of Columbia this year.

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“Yes, I believe that this would happen,” Luntz spoke of a scenario similar to the 1972 race. “I think Bernie Sanders is one of the least selectable candidate of the Democrats.”

Luntz said he is eager to with you in the future Democratic presidential debates, before the projection of the party “brokered Convention” in the year 2020.

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“I don’t think that at the moment the last vote of any democratic candidate a majority of delegates. I think we are so much of the horse trading. We will see a brokered Convention. Democrats don’t like it. You are not busy as this behind-the-scenes…”, he said.

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