Support for Biden drops since 2020 campaign launch, says latest poll

Support for Biden drops since 2020 campaign launch, says latest poll

Support for former VP Joe Biden has faded since the launch of his 2020 presidential campaign, according to a new CNN poll. The survey, released Tuesday, shows Biden still leads the crowded pack of Democrats with 32 per cent support. However, his support is now 7 points lower than it was in an April CNN poll. Sen. Bernie Sanders had 18 per cent support in the new poll for second place.

KCooper
KCooper
James Villalobos
James Villalobos 7 months

The only thing Democrats care about this cycle is electibility, and it will be their downfall. Joe is not a unifier; he'll alienate the progressives and feminists, while the business Dems may vote for Trump anyways purely on economics. The only shot the Democrats have of winning is if a 3rd or 4th tier candidate like Gabbard or Yang had an incredible shining moment in the first debates. Unlikely, given how packed the stage will be.

Hannibal
Hannibal 7 months

The blatant hostility of the media to him has nothing to do with it I'm sure. Note the timing of his awkward touching wasn't covered by the msm despite Fox and numerous others pointing it out in 2008 but it's front page in 2019.

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