The Kamala Harris ‘bounce’ is gone….
Joe Biden remains the early Democratic nomination favourite ….
These two polls put Bernie Sanders in second place…
White House hopeful Joe Biden holds big leads over the Democratic primary field in two national polls released Tuesday.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) finished third in the survey at 14 percent support.
While Sanders gained five points since Emerson’s last survey, Kamala Harris(D-Calif.) fell 4 points to 11 percent.
The only other candidates above 3 percent were South Bend, Ind, Mayor Pete Buttigieg at 6 percent and former Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-Texas) at 4 percent.
Morning Consult’s weekly survey also found Biden as the top choice of voters at 33 percent, leading Sanders who also placed second in this survey with 18 percent support, or 15 points behind.
Warren, at 13 percent, and Harris, at 12 percent, were in a close race for third in this survey as well.
Buttigieg, at 5 percent, O’Rourke, at 3 percent, and Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.), also at 3 percent, are the only other candidates above 2 percent.
The polls come just before 20 of the Democratic candidates are set to take the stage for the second primary debate, with 10 participating later on Tuesday night and 10 others on Wednesday night. .
The polls taken together show Biden recovering from a polling dip he took after the first presidential debate when he was widely seen as having delivered an uneven performance….