Poll: Sen. Kamala Harris and former VP Joe Biden have most support among Democrats

The road to 2020 is looking brighter for California Senator Kamala Harris, after her widely-praised debate performance last week. She is now on a virtual tie with former Vice President Joe Biden, according to a new Quinnipiac Poll.

The poll showed that among Democratic voters, Biden received 22 percent support — and Harris with 20 percent — a double-digit increase for her since Quinnipiac survey last month.

Senators Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Bernie Sanders of Vermont came in third and fourth place in the poll, with 14 percent and 13 percent, respectively.

Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana, was in fifth, with 4 percent support.

Following last week’s Democratic debate where Harris challenged Biden over his opposition to racial busing decades ago.

The poll showed Biden’s support among black Democrats drop from 48 percent in June to 31 percent, compared to Harris who got more black voters support from 11 percent in June to 27 percent.

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  • Mario
    6 July 2019 at 12:42 am - Reply

    Kamala Harris is trying hard to be the VP for BIDEN. DNC establishment will decide. DNC super delegate will pick up the Presidential candidate. If you recall 2016 election Bernie Sanders won but the Super delegate voted for HClinton. The same thing with 2020 Democrat primary.DNC will pick-up Biden and the VP is what the candidate are fighting for. Beto- supported by Ophra, is way down on the poll.Warren-supported by George SOROS, The candidate to watch is Gov.Insley,Amazon budget from Bezos. For Kamala Harris, the more she destroy Biden the more DNC stablishment will not support her.Mayor Buttigieg is supported by the rich GAY LGBT community.DNC should get a female VP to have more chance to get vote.