Joe Biden remains the front-runner in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, but a new national survey indicates Sen. Elizabeth Warren tops the former vice president by double digits when it comes to enthusiasm.
Thirty-five percent of likely Democratic primary voters questioned in a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll said they’re enthusiastic about voting for the populist senator from Massachusetts who’s put out one progressive policy proposal after another. That’s a dozen percentage points ahead of the 23 percent who said they were enthusiastic about voting for the former vice president.
The article goes on to state the following:
And Warren — who’s been on a steady rise in both national and early primary and caucus voting state polling the last five months — also gets the most second-choice support, with 21 percent of Democratic primary voters saying she would be their second choice in the record-setting field of roughly 20 White House hopefuls.
Here’s a link to our poll story — as well as a PDF of the actual poll https://t.co/LWQdgNXAGQ
— Mark Murray (@mmurraypolitics) September 17, 2019
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