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Warren surpassed Sanders in new 2020 polls, Biden retains top position

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts is leading the democratic presidential nomination rival, sen Bernie Sanders in second place in two new primary election polls, in the latest sign that the Vermont senator’s stand may slip.

But good news for Joe Biden, according to a recent survey indicated, a foil for the front-runner and the former Vice-President of the big holds leads over the democratic party, the progressive standard-bearer in both new national polls were released Wednesday morning.

BIDEN, APPEARS IN THE SURVEY DESCRIBED AS ‘outliers’ BY HIS CAMPAIGN

The surveys, which was to increase by Suffolk University for USA Today, and Quinnipiac University, the Biden campaign is the argument that other national survey released on Monday, indicating that he is locked in a three-way tie with Warren and Sanders a “runaway.”

Biden – the top riders in the 2020 democratic nomination race, as he declared before his candidacy was the end of April – at 32 percent among likely Democratic primary and caucus voters nationwide in both Wednesday, the polls.

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In the USA Today/Suffolk University survey, Biden is a 2-point increase from a previous survey in June, is standing shown.

Warren grabbed the second place in the survey, 14 percent, 4 points from June. Sanders by 3 percentage points and stood at 12 percent in the new poll.

Sr., Kamala Harris in California and South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg everyone registered on 6 percent in the survey, with tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang at 3 percent, and Sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey and former Rep. Beto O’rourke of Texas, each at 2 percent.

Former housing and urban development Secretary Julian Castro and Rep. Tim Ryan from Ohio were, respectively, 1 percent. All of the other sample in the survey listed that less than 1 percent.

The candidates not interviewed will receive support from the 424 likely Democratic voters in the survey, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock, New York City mayor Bill de Blasio, former Rep. John Delaney from Maryland, and Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota included.

Meanwhile, the Quinnipiac poll Warren placed at 19 percent and Sanders at 15 percent. Harris registered at 7 percent, with Buttigieg at 5 percent, and Yang at 3 percent. No one else reached 2 percent in the Quinnipiac survey.

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The publication of the two surveys came hours before the expiry of the deadline for the White house hope to reach out to carriers to try the stage, to the next month, the third round of the Democratic presidential primary debates. The criteria of the Democratic National Committee, are campaign donations of 130,000 individual donors and reached 2 percent in a minimum of four qualifying surveys.

Ten candidates have already qualified to the stage for the third and fourth round of the debate. You are Biden, Booker, Buttigieg, Julian Castro, Harris, Klobuchar, Beto O’rourke, Sanders, Warren, and Yang.

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Billionaire environmental and progressive activist Tom Steyer has reached to qualify the donation threshold, but a short survey. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard from Hawaii has hit the donor threshold, and two surveys shy of making the cut.

Neither of the 2 percent achieved in either new survey.

The Suffolk University poll for USA Today was conducted. Aug. 20-25. The sampling error for questions about the Democratic primary race is plus or minus 4.76 percentage points.

The Quinnipiac University poll, Aug. 21-26, with 1,422 registered voters nationwide, including 648 Democrats and independents who said they lean toward the Democratic party. The sampling error for questions about the Democratic primary race is plus or minus 4.6 percentage points.

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