Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden's choice of his running mate is already a hit as per the early reviews. The early trends come from the crucial groups that strengthen Biden's campaign to amplify his chances against President Donald Trump. According to the POLITICO/Morning Consult flash poll held on Wednesday, 53 percent approved Biden's selection of California Senator Kamala Harris, a day after her selection. That's significantly much higher than the 29 percent of voters who disapproved of Harris as Democratic vice-presidential candidate. Additionally, the selection scored vital key points in crucial constituencies. A massive 84% of the Democratic leaders approve Biden's choice, just like the Black voters (79 percent).
Among those under 35 age, 56 percent of them approve the selection. Similarly, the age group of 35-44 (61 percent) and the older age group of above 65 (55 percent) approve Biden's choice. When it comes to independents, 44 percent support Biden's selection, and only 27 percent disapprove of his decision. However, approximately 28 percent of them have no opinion. Another poll by ABC News/Ipsos just after the announcement shows that 47 percent felt the selection was excellent/good, and only 29 percent felt the pick was not so good or poor. With the elections just under 12 weeks to go, Biden is entering the final leg of the campaign with ultimate strength, as Kamala Harris ticks all the lists for Joe Biden. Another poll by the latest Morning Consult shows that Biden is 8 points ahead of Trump, 51 percent to 43 percent. In another survey by Real Clear Politics, he leads by seven and a half points.
When it comes to whether the running mate selection affects the vote share, nearly 49 percent believe that there won't be any impact. Twenty-five percent feel that there will be a significant impact, and rest say there will be minor impact only. Both Biden and Harris also improved their personal favorability numbers after the announcement. Biden received 51 percent favorable ratings, which is his highest as per the POLITICO/Morning Consult surveys since the day he became the presumptive Democratic nominee. Kamala Harris also leads the race with 45 percent favorability ratings. However, President Trump trails behind Biden and Harris with just 39 percent favorable rating.Dr. Dhillon Randeep
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