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Joe Biden remains the frontrunner in the race for the democratic presidential nomination, but a new national survey, Sen. Elizabeth Warren tops the former Vice-President in the double digits when it comes to enthusiasm.
Thirty-five percent of likely primaries, voters interviewed in a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey said they are excited about the vote for the populist senator from Massachusetts, from a progressive policy proposal after another. This is a dozen percentage points from the 23 percent who said they were excited about voting for the former Vice-President.
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And Warren — who has been on a steady increase, both in national and early-primary and caucus-voting status of the retrieval of the last five months-also gets the most second-choice support, with 21 percent of the primaries, the voters said, they would be your second choice in the record field of about 20 White house hopefuls.
The survey’s Tuesday release came a day after an estimated crowd of up to 20,000 people came to see Warren at a rally in New York City.
Biden leads the overall horse race, with 31 percent support in the survey. Up to 5 points of Biden’s poll from July in the previous NBC/WSJ.
The new poll was conducted Sept. 13-16, in the days after the third round of the Democratic presidential primary debate. Biden received a lot of praise from political experts for its stable performance, especially at the beginning of the showdown, if he is aggressive out of the question, as Warren and sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont – the other progressive standard-bearer in the Democratic field – pay for Medicare-for-all proposals.
Warren was at 26 percent support in the poll, up 6 points from the previous NBC/WSJ survey. Sanders was in third place with 14 percent.
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South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg was at 7 percent in the poll, with Sen. Kamala Harris of California at 5 percent. This is down from 13 percent in July, when Harris enjoyed a surge in polling following the first round of the debate from Biden to the end of June.
Tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang was 4 percent in the new poll, with Sens. Cory Booker from New Jersey and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota at 2 percent. All the other in the Democratic primary race, logged in 1 percent or less.
The poll shows Biden leading Warren 42 to 15 percent among the self-described moderate or conservative Democrats, while the senator tops the former Vice President from 36 to 19 percent among those who describe themselves as liberal.
Biden also enjoyed a considerable advantage among black voters and older voters, with Warren a strong cutting holds the edge in the case of women with a college degree and voters calling for large scale change.
The NBC/WSJ survey was conducted surveyed by live telephone operators, with 506 primaries voters. The survey, the sampling error was plus or minus 4.4 percentage points.