This is the second major post October debate poll that shows Joe Biden leading the Democratic nomination field by a good sized lead….
Despite all the Elizabeth Warren rah, rah by the media over the last month?
Joe Biden STILL is the odds on favorite of Democratic voters almost 3 months before the votes are counted…
Warren is now firmly in second place ahead of Bernie Sanders…
Pete Buttigieg seems to firmly in fourth place now….
This poll actually shows Biden gaining support, which would seem to point to two things….
Donald Trump’s efforts to find dirty on Biden’s son Hunter would seem to throw more support to Biden….
As in other debates….
Attacking Biden in a debate only increases his support among Democrats….
The reports about Biden’s fundraising totals have had no affect on his standings in the polls…
From a national polling point of view?
Joe Biden seems on his way the 2020 Democratic Presidential nomination.
A new national survey shows Joe Biden enjoying a 15-point polling lead over his nearest rival for the 2020 Democratic nomination — bolstering the former vice president’s White House bid amid emerging threats from other primary contenders and scrutiny over his son’s foreign business dealings.
Thirty-four percent of Democratic and Democratic-leaning registered voters prefer Biden as the party’s pick to take on President Donald Trump in next year’s general election, according to a CNN poll conducted by SSRS and released Wednesday.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren ranks second with 19 percent support, followed by Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders with 16 percent.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana, and California Sen. Kamala Harris both achieved 6 percent in the poll, while Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar and former Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke raked in 3 percent of respondents.
Businessman Andrew Yang pulled in 2 percent support, and all other candidates polled at 1 percent or less.
Biden’s standing in Wednesday’s survey marks his most significant edge in CNN’s primary polling since he announced his campaign in late April and dominated the Democratic field with 39 percent support.
His advantage in the latest CNN poll, conducted in the days following the fourth Democratic debate last week, also comes despite a plurality of respondents judging that Warren outperformed Biden during the televised forum….