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Sanders Takes Top Spot In Dem Primary As Biden Falls, Quinnipiac University National Poll Finds; Bloomberg Rises In Primary, Runs Strong Against Trump
Quinnipiac national poll: Sanders 25 Biden 17 Bloomberg 15 Warren 14 Buttigieg 10 Klobuchar 4
New Quinnipiac University poll shows Biden taking a massive hit on electability. Before Iowa: 44% of Democrats said Biden was the most likely to beat Trump. Now: Just 27% of Democrats say so. Sanders, Bloomberg, Buttigieg saw gains.
Quinnipiac Dem WH poll by race White Sanders 22% Warren 16% Bloomberg 15% Biden 14% Buttigieg 14% Klobuchar 6% Black Biden 27% Bloomberg 22% Sanders 19% Warren 8% Buttigieg 4%
In the new Quinnipiac poll, Mike Bloomberg (of stop-and-frisk, etc) is only narrowly trailing Joe Biden in support among black voters.
Sanders favorability among Democrats from
earlier this month: 76% - 18% Trump favorability among Republicans from
at a similar point in 2016: 62% - 31%
2020 Dem Poll: White Sanders 22% Warren 16% Bloomberg 15% Biden 14% Buttigieg 14% Klobuchar 6% Black Biden 27% Bloomberg 22% Sanders 19% Warren 8% Buttigieg 4% Klobuchar 0%
First national poll in a minute has Mike Bloomberg getting a big post-Iowa boost, after not competing in Iowa.
on what is happening here
This is the single most surprising fact from the Quinnipiac poll - Mike Bloomberg is polling second nationally among black voters. A lot of pundits, myself included, thought Bloomberg would struggle with black voters. That's not happening
Quinnipiac national: Bernie 25% Biden 17% Bloomberg 15% Warren 14% Buttigieg 10% Klobuchar 4%
Striking findings in new Quinnipiac poll: By 55-40, voters say acquittal *did not* clear Trump of wrongdoing. Among independents, that's 54-40 (!!) Also, Trump's approval is 43%, and has not budged since mid-Dec. Mass hyping of Gallup poll was absurd.
#BernieSanders takes top spot in Dem primary as #JoeBiden falls, Poll finds; #MichaelBloomberg rises in primary, runs strong against #PresidentTrump
Trump, badly underwater at 42%, loses to every Dem
Media: Democrats are blowing it! Voters: Bloomberg tops Trump 51 – 42 percent; Sanders defeats Trump 51 – 43; Biden beats Trump 50 – 43; Klobuchar defeats Trump 49 – 43; Warren wins over Trump 48 – 44; Buttigieg ahead of Trump 47 – 43. -
15 is a big number for Bloomberg for a number of reasons, and with Sanders at just 25...
Check this out: white college voters are totally divided. Have no idea who to support, in new Q poll: Sanders 17, Warren 17, Biden 16, Bloomberg 16, Buttigieg 16, Klobuchar 8. Sanders running up score with working-class whites, but still just at 30%.
Dems beating Trump by greatest to slimmest lead.... Bloomberg v Trump: 51 - 42 Sanders v Trump 51 - 43 Biden v Trump: 50 - 43 Klobuchar v Trump: 49 - 43 Warren v Trump 48 - 44 Buttigieg v Trump 47 - 43
at 15% support, giving him a second qualifying poll ahead of the Nevada debate. He needs two more national polls above 10% to make the stage.
2020 Dem Poll: Sanders 25% Biden 17% Bloomberg 15% Warren 14% Buttigieg 10% Klobuchar 4% Yang 2% Gabbard 1% Steyer 1% Bennet 0% Patrick 0%
Look at all these beautiful, electable candidates. Bloomberg 51 - 42 Sanders 51 - 43 Biden 50 - 43 Klobuchar 49 - 43 Warren 48 - 44 Buttigieg 47 - 43
The theory that Pete Buttigieg is at 4% with black voters because of his controversial record as Mayor doesn't really hold up when Mike Bloomberg suddenly has 22%
of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independent voters nationally: Sanders 25% Biden 17% Bloomberg 15% Warren 14% Buttigieg 10% Klobuchar 4% Yang 2% Gabbard 1% Steyer 1%
Quinnipac national poll that shows Bernie Sanders leading nationally for first time also shows that he is bearing Warren among women, 20 percent to 16 percent.
Only two leading Dems with net positive favorability ratings, per Q: Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar.
Moderate voters (Quinnipiac): Biden 22, Bloomberg 21, Sanders 17, Buttigieg 12, Klobuchar 6, Warren 6.
One little-mentioned thing about the new Quinnipiac poll is that Buttigieg and Klobuchar are the only major Dem candidates who are viewed favorably by voters (and that's probably because both of them still have relatively low name recognition).