Multiple New Polls: Rumors of Biden's Collapse Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

Multiple New Polls: Rumors of Biden's Collapse Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

"We are the most progressive generation in the history of America and he really hit on some points that are really devastating in Kentucky, especially Kentucky families; such as not being able to get healthcare, not being able to get food on the tables", said Demos Negash, 16, who won't be old enough to vote in 2020, but is already an active member of Louisville Young Democrats. While this campaign-provided number is hard to verify, images from the event show thousands of people listening to her.

When Senator Elizabeth Warren of MA addressed a few hundred donors last week at a fund-raiser for the Democratic National Committee, she called for "big, structural change" and hurled her familiar populist lightning bolts at the forces of concentrated wealth.

Even a small erosion in Trump's support among rural voters could make a difference in battleground states like Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and MI, where Trump won by razor-thin margins in 2016, Democratic strategists say.

The poll, which has a margin of error of 5.7 percent, could be an aberration - RealClearPolitics now has Biden polling at an average of 27.2 percent, compared to 16.7 for the second-place Sanders - but the results have to be concerning for Biden's campaign, especially considering the respective surges from Sanders and Warren.

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According to a new poll by Monmouth University which was released on Monday, support for Joe Biden has come down to 19 percent, making him fall behind Senators Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) who both recorded 20 percent votes. Sen. "Those of us who have run for office before have been told to "wait our turn" and "don't rock the boat" more times than we care to mention".

Democratic Presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren gestures to the crowd while speaking during a town hall meeting at Shrine Auditorium on August 21, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. The president easily carried Kentucky in 2016 and remains popular in the state. According to the poll, Trump saw a 30-point swing toward disapproval in New Mexico and a 26-point negative swing in Arizona.

Trump lamented the "fake news" media's coverage of the Massachusetts Democrat on Twitter Tuesday, complaining that her crowds were smaller than his, but were receiving more attention. And presidents nearly always see a decline in popularity after their inauguration. "In other words, a higher proportion of people who have an opinion on Warren like her". At a state Republican dinner earlier this year, he argued that Trump has been a "good strong leader" and should be re-elected. Of the 10 candidates who have qualified for September's televised debates, Yang and Klobuchar have the lowest name recognition (48 percent and 46 percent, respectively), meaning they potentially have the greatest opportunity to gain new support if they perform well on the debate stage.

Climate change takes center stage on September 4, even if the Democratic National Committee rejected pleas from climate activists for a party-sponsored debate exclusively on that subject. About half of the current field is yet to qualify, even accounting for the three recent dropouts: John Hickenlooper, Jay Inslee and Seth Moulton. CNN hosts a town hall on the issue just after Labor Day.

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