Joe Biden keeps acing national and state polls after his formal announcement of running for the 2020 Democratic Presidential nomination…
Biden isn’t running against the field for the nomination…
He’s running mostly against Trump, something that is creating a b it of a problem for the others….
The figures are broken out among Democratic primary voters nationwide and in early primary states, which includes just voters who live in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, or Nevada.
The latest results are based on 15,770 interviews with registered voters, collected from April 29 – May 5 2019.
The OH Predictive Insights poll found 49 percent support for Biden, who formally entered the race for the White House last month, compared to 44 percent for Trump. Seven percent are undecided.
A similar poll conducted in February showed Biden and Trump tied at 46 points.
“The Biden bump we have seen in other states carried over to Arizona. Fifteen months before the Arizona primary, Biden is the Democratic candidate best positioned to take on the president,” said Mike Noble, chief of research and managing partner of OH Predictive Insights. “If Democrats put electability above all else, Biden could run away with the nomination and the White House.”
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) came in second to Biden among Democrats with 42 percent, but did not muster enough support to surpass Trump’s 47 percent. Eleven percent were undecided in that match-up…..