Former Vice-President is the clear favorite among Democrats or liberal-minded independent voters in 2016 in the primaries supported Hillary Clinton.
In the survey, Hill-HarrisX, held in mid-may, 41% of respondents stated that they would like in the year 2020 to see Joseph Biden as a presidential candidate. Popular in this category of Democrats and independents, he is far ahead of the rest — so, who took second place Pete Battaggia would support only 9% of them, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren at 8%, and Bernie Sanders with 6%. Another 17% of respondents have not decided yet.
Sanders enjoys much more sympathy of those, who in 2016 in the primaries voted for Clinton — in this category, its rating was 27%. But at the same time, the Senator has lost some of the supporters who stood by him during the last campaign, as opposed to re-select its candidate finished only 39%. In addition, among former opponents, Hillary 21% ready to support Biden, 8% for Warren, with each of the other participants in the race received less than 3%, and 20% are still thinking.
If you talk about the Democrats as a whole, currently 33% favour of the party candidate was Biden 14% support Sanders, 8% for Warren, 6% — Batterija and Harris and 5% Beto O’rourke.