A new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds Joe Biden leading the Democratic presidential field with 31%, followed by Elizabeth Warren at 25%, Bernie Sanders at 14%, Pete Buttigieg at 7%, Kamala Harris at 5%, Andrew Yang at 4%, Cory Booker at 2%, Amy Klobuchar at 2% and Beto O’Rourke at 1%.
When asked to name their second choice, Warren had 21%, followed by Sanders at 16%, Buttigieg at 12% and 11% for Biden.
Key takeaway: “Biden and Warren were the only candidates whose support grew meaningfully since a July survey. But measures of voter enthusiasm for Warren have risen during the year while declining for Biden.”
“Some 70% of Democratic primary voters rated themselves as enthusiastic about or comfortable with Warren, compared with 64% who said so of Biden.”
Second takeaway: “Only 9% of all Democratic respondents say their minds are definitely made up.”Save to Favorites