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A new national poll shows that Sen. Elizabeth Warren is enjoying a widening lead over former Vice-President Joe Biden in the race for the democratic presidential nomination — holds although other poll showed Biden to the top spot.
Warren, the progressive senator from Massachusetts, get the support of 28 percent of Democrats and independent voters gravitate to the Democrats in a poll released Thursday by Quinnipiac University. Biden stands at 21 percent in the survey, with populist sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont at 15 percent.
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In Quinnipiac’s previous survey – carried out before the Oct. 15 fourth round of democratic debate – Warren had a slight 30-27 percent edge over Biden. But their advantage was the error rate in the survey. Sanders, the independent senator from Vermont, makes his second straight White house bid, was at 11 percent.
Quinnipiac’s new poll shows Warren with a clear lead outside the sampling error the survey is in stark contrast to a national CNN, conducted by SSRS released a day earlier suggested that Biden, at 34 percent, with Warren relegated to the second place with 19% and Sanders at 16 percent. The former Vice-President of the 15-percent-point lead was its largest since April in the CNN polling.
In the spring and summer, Biden is the undisputed leader remained in the Democratic 2020 fight, but then Warren has fluctuated and was at equal points with the former Vice-President in many national and early primary and caucus votes in state polls this fall.
South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg grabs 10 percent support in the new Quinnipiac poll, with Sen. Kamala Harris of California at 5 percent and Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota at 3 percent. According to the Klobuchar campaign, candidate, has now reached, the polling threshold to qualify for the next debate, which will take place next month in Georgia.
No other candidate in the record field for the Democratic presidential candidate topped 1 percent in the survey.
“The former Vice-President Joe Biden slips, Senator Elizabeth Warren soothes, Senator Bernie Sanders gets his groove back, and mayor Pete Buttigieg breaks in double-digits,” Quinnipiac University polling analyst Mary Snow said in a statement.
The poll shows Biden is still considered the candidate who has the best chance of victory against President of the trump in the 2020 election. But his electability level of 56 per cent days has deteriorated from an all-time high after he declared his candidacy at the end of April to 42 percent now.
Thirty percent of the respondents say that Warren has the best political ideas to the rest of the field. And Sanders is considered as the most honest Democratic White house contenders, at 28 percent.
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Among the nearly three-quarters of respondents said they watched either the in October to discuss, or they made a news about him, 26 percent, said Warren will have the best job, followed by Buttigieg, with 17 percent, Biden with 12 percent and Sanders at 11 percent, and Klobuchar at 8 percent. On the question of who has the worst job in the recent debate, 15 percent, and Biden, and 11 percent, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard from Hawaii.
“Despite coming under attack in the debate, Senator Elizabeth Warren, was seen as the best job, followed by South Bend mayor Pete Buttigeig, which might have helped their standing in the primary,” Snow said. “Last week in the debate do not help-Vice President Joe Biden.”
The Oct the Quinnipiac University poll. 17 – 21, with 1,587 self-identified voters — including 713 Democratic voters and the independents who lean toward the Democratic party is called into question by live telephone operators. The survey margin of effort for democratic primary questions is plus or minus 4.6 percentage points.