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Poll: Biden leads Sanders by 22 points



Former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden calls for equal pay for the US women's football team Biden calls for equal pay for the US women's football team Yang: Standing next to Biden on the debate scene, would help strengthen the recognition of the name MORE According to a Hill-HarrisX poll released Monday, it leads 22 percentage points its best competitor among Democratic presidential candidates.

In the June 14-15 poll, Biden garnered the support of 35 percent of registered voters who identified themselves as democrats or independent and party-friendly. The next closest candidate was Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersConfused by polls? Observe the first primary states – not national figures Confused by polls? Look at the first primary states – not Biden's national numbers leading in the first electoral states, followed by Warren, Sanders: PLUS poll (I-Vt.), At 13 percent.

Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenBiden calls for equal pay for the American women's football team Biden calls for equal pay for the US women's Trump team unshakeable in denials while support for dismissal increases MORE (D-Mass.) Arrives in third position with 7%, followed by the former representative. Beto O 'RourkeBeto O 'RourkeDemocrats' Achilles 'Heel: The Democrats' Senate & # 39; from 2020 Democrat Achilles Heel: The Senate Campaign, Dad Is Up to Paternity Between Presidential Speeches MORE (D-Texas) at 6%, Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisBiden calls for equal pay for the US women's football team Biden calls for equal pay for the US women's football team Confused by the polls? Observe the first primary states – not national figures MORE (D-Calif.) At 5% and South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete ButtigiegPeter (Pete) Paul ButtigiegButtigieg would not reverse the move of the US Embassy in Jerusalem: "What is done is done" Buttigieg did not reverse the relocation of the US Embassy in Jerusalem : "What is done is done" Buttigieg: the situation in Iran "reminiscently reminiscent" the lead up to the Iraq war MORE at 4 percent.

New Jersey Democratic Sen. Cory BookerCory Anthony BookerFox News poll reveals Trump behind Biden, Sanders, other Democrats Fox poll reveals Trump behind Biden, Sanders, other Democrats Poll: Biden leads, Warren increases in South Carolina MORE got 3% support, while the former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Julián Castro, was appointed to 2%.

All other candidates nominated by the poll participants received support of 1% or less. Several were not nominated by any of the participants: the mayor of New York Bill of BlasioBill of BlasioDemocratic Presidential Candidates Respond to Placement of Debate Democratic Presidential Candidates Respond to Placement of Debate The Hill & # 39; s 12:30 Report – Presented by MAPRx – Biden and Sanders to Share First DNC ​​Debate MORE (D), former Colorado governor John HickenlooperJohn Wright Hickenlooper 2020 Achilles Achievement of Democrats: The 2020 Senate Achilles Talon Senate: The Senate Campaign, the Papacy fits well with the paternity between the presidential speeches MORE (D), Washington Government Jay InsleeJay Robert InsleeDebunking Democrats' Declarations on Fossil Fuel Tax Relief Fathers in Country Respect Paternity Between Presidential Speeches Democrats Celebrate DACA MORE's 7th Anniversary (D) and former Senator Mike Gravel (D-Alaska).

The 35% of Biden is the mark of support he got in a Hill-HarrisX survey on June 1st and 2nd. In this survey, Sanders had a support of 16%.

In the latest survey, Biden was slightly more popular among men surveyed than women, with 37% of men preferring it, versus 32% of women.

For Sanders, 16% of men supported it, compared to 10% of women.

Women surveyed were more supportive of Harris than men, with 8% of women versus 2% of men.

Biden had the support of 22% of Hispanic respondents, compared to 15% for Sanders 13% for O & # Rourke and 10% for Harris. In the previous survey, Biden and Sanders were tied for the 25% Latino respondents.

The former Vice President performed much better among African-American voters, with 42% support. None of the other candidates received double-digit support. In the previous three surveys, Biden was the big favorite among black respondents.

Biden also maintained an advantage among white Democratic voters, at 36%. Sanders came next with 12%, followed by 9% for Warren.

The Hill-HarrisX poll of June 14 and 15 was conducted online on a statistically representative sample of 424 respondents who identified themselves as registered voters, whether Democratic or independent, in favor of the Democratic Party. Its margin of error in sampling is 4.8% and its level of confidence is 95%.

– Matthew Sheffield


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