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Warren Slips, Biden holds steady in the latest national poll!!

Former Vice President Joe Biden is holding his ground and leads comfortably in the run to 2020 Democratic presidential nomination as per the latest national poll conducted by ABC News/Washington Post. The poll showed Bernie Sanders is in second place, and Elizabeth Warren slipping to third with a drop in her support. Interestingly, fourth and fifth spots were occupied by newbies, Mike Bloomberg and Andrew Yang, respectively. This poll was done by Langer Research Associates produced by ABC News.

As per the poll, Joe Biden is still the most preferred and believed option by a significant margin to beat Donald Trump in the 2020 US elections. However, Biden’s score slipped a little from 45% in July 2019 to 38% now. Sanders is ranked two, with 18% of them hoping that he can beat Trump, and 10% felt Warren is the best option. Among Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents, Biden leads with 34%, followed by Sanders at 22% and Warren at 14%. This group is defined as the people who are registered and most certain to the state’s primary or caucuses. Biden has topped almost all the categories among vote preference of all leaned Democrats. He scored the highest of 51% support among Blacks with Sanders at a distant second of a mere 15%. In the fifty age group category, Biden again topped with 38%. Second, in this list is Sanders, with less than half of Biden’s at 12%. Except for the age group of 18 to 39, Biden has a lead in every other category.

Here’s the complete breakdown of every category:



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