Joe Biden’s Favorability Plummets Following Last Democrat Debate, Poll
Former vice president loses favorability points, new poll shows
The close race between Biden and Sen. Elizabeth Warren has been reflected in most national polls.
Morning Consult has consistently shown Biden leading the field, but things have started to change.
The current results show Biden leading the field with 30 percent and Warren in second place with 21 percent.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) came in third with 18 percent support.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), both of whom collected six percent support each.
Sen. Cory Booker (D), Beto O’Rourke (D), and Andrew Yang (D) garnered three percent, and the remaining candidates saw two percent support or less.
Morning Consult shows Biden on a slow decline, falling from a 40 percent high in May, as Warren rises.
According to Breitbart, the post-debate poll shows that Biden lost five favorability points following the last debate, dropping from 55 percent to 50 percent.
Sanders’ remained the same with 57 percent, and Warren’s jumped by one point, from 52 percent to 53 percent.
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Additionally, Warren remains the top second choice for Biden voters, with 28 percent choosing her and 26 percent choosing Sanders.
The results are not necessarily reciprocated, as Sanders holds a slight edge, earning the second choice support from 25 percent of Warren voters compared to Biden’s 24 percent.
The Massachusetts senator remains the top second choice candidate for supporters of Sanders, Harris, and Buttigieg.
The results of the survey are based on 11,521 interviews with registered voters “who indicate they may vote in the Democratic primary or caucus.”
The margin of error is +/- 1 percent.