Warren Rises as Solid Democratic Option Behind Biden, Sanders: Reuters/Ipsos Poll

Warren Rises as Solid Democratic Option Behind Biden, Sanders: Reuters/Ipsos Poll

Unlike most of the other candidates, Warren's popularity among Democrats and independents has steadily increased this year.

Joe Biden is losing steam ahead of the third primary debates as the same amount of registered Democratic voters said in a poll released Wednesday that they would vote for Elizabeth Warren as Biden.

The two candidates do not differ significantly with their numbers among most individual AAPI groups, except that Yang looks much better among younger voters and Harris among older voters, the report said.

Democrats whose first choice is not one of the top three contenders are more enthusiastic about Warren than they are about Biden or Sanders. When asked whether a person who is white or a person who is a racial or ethnic minority would be more likely to defeat Trump or whether it matters, 78 percent of Democrats said it doesn't matter. Joe Biden is a centrist who will try to portray himself as the only candidate who can beat Donald Trump. Kamala D. Harris of California, Sen.

"Elizabeth Warren seems to be on the verge of starting to make significant and serious inroads into this contest", said Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion, which conducts the poll. Bernie Sanders would be leaving Saturday's New Hampshire Democratic Party Convention as the clear frontrunner, with five months to go before the Granite State primary.

Elizabeth Warren is a liberal progressive who has been rising in the polls among Democratic voters, but may struggle to attract enough national support to win a presidential election and claim the White House.

Biden still is the front-runner, garnering close to 30% in national polling average, according to RealClearPolitics.

By this measure, Warren leads Biden by 27% to 26%, with Sanders in third at 19%.

Majorities also had favorable views of Sen.

Representative Mark Meadows (R-NC) said on Wednesday the U.S. commitment to Israel was "as strong as ever" despite American overtures.

NY entrepreneur Andrew Yang and US Senator Cory Booker were each backed by 3 percent. She explained her proposed tax on the ultra-rich, which she plans to use to pay for all those things.

Those questioned were also asked if they prefer the leadership of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi or desire the "more progressive" brand of politics exhibited by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a freshman lawmaker from NY who's become a favorite of many far-left Democrats. A large-scale university study of mostly Americans (but also a minority of participants in Europe) found that 40 percent concurred with the statement, "When it comes to our political and social institutions, I can not help thinking 'just let them all burn, '" and the same percentage agreed that those institutions just needed to be torn down and restarted from scratch.



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