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A new national poll suggests Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, which is on the rise after last week, the second round of the Democratic presidential primary debates.
A Quinnipiac University survey – the first live telephone operator national survey conducted after the back-to-back prime-time showdowns in Detroit shows, too, that Joe Biden remains the frontrunner in the primary race, even if the former Vice President continued verbal attacks of many of its 2020 rivals on the debate stage.
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According to the poll, Biden’s support stands at 32 percent among Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents, with Warren at 21 percent, sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont, at 14 percent and Sen. Kamala Harris of California, seven percent.
Biden’s support back to two points – well within the poll sampling error of plus or minus 4.1 percentage points from a Quinnipiac poll, just before the last week of the debates. Warren jumped six points, from 15 percent in the pre-debate survey. Sanders pressed high with three points from 11 percent and Harris with five points dropped from 12 percent in the late July survey.
South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg was at five percent in the new poll, with Sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey and former Rep. Beto O’rourke of Texas, respectively, to two percent.
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Political experts gave Booker high marks for its strong criticism of Biden in the debate, but the survey suggests he received only a marginal one per cent rise.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard from Hawaii, the former housing and urban development Secy. Julian Castro and entrepreneur Andrew Yang is registered in a per – cent with all the others in the record field of about two dozen Democratic White house contenders to less than one percent.
“Biden survived, Warren lives and Harris dives in debate number two shakes said in the primary,” Quinnipiac University poll assistant director Tim Malloy. “Sen. Elizabeth Warren politics-heavy presentation, and former Vice President Joseph Biden in the situation, the heat from all corners, put it at the top.”
Eighty percent of the respondents said they saw or heard all or most of the two nights of debates, or paid attention to media stories about the showdowns. Of this group, 28 percent say that Warren has the “best job” in the debate, with 15 percent for Biden, 8 percent for Sanders, and 8 percent for Harris.
Surveyed by the Quinnipiac University poll from Thursday to Monday, with 807Democrats and Democratic-leaning independent voters.