Democratic leaders anxious over lack of viable 2020 candidates

Grant Boone
October 23, 2019

Trailing him are Senator Elizabeth Warren at 19 percent and Senator Bernie Sanders at 16 percent. Trump is facing an impeachment inquiry by the House of Representatives over allegations that he pressured the Ukrainian government to investigate Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, as well as the 2016 USA election in return for releasing hundreds of millions in congressionally mandated defense funding meant for Ukraine.

Buttigieg won the support of 13% of the poll's respondents, while 18% support former Vice President Joe Biden and 17% went for Sen. Forty-three percent of moderate and conservative Democrats now support Biden, compared to just 29 percent last month, while 42 percent of racial and ethnic minorities support the former vice president, up from 28 percent last month.

Voters did say Ms. Warren had the best performance at last week's debate. Cory A. Booker of New Jersey.

She said, "I think there have been many estimates about what the cost will be, and many different payment streams, and I've been working on how to give the exact details to make that work".

Twenty-one per cent of the respondents said that their second choice would be Warren if their top candidate were to drop out.

And those who watched the debate seem to have more favorable views of the lesser-known candidates who were seen as having good nights than do those who followed coverage.

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"Earlier this month, Biden had said that President Trump won't destroy me or my family over the latter's call for an investigation against the former Vice President and his son". Biden leads the President by 10 points, 53% to 43%, with Sanders up 9 (52% to 43%) and Warren up 8 (52% to 44%).

Biden also runs even with Sanders on climate change, with both of them rating 26 per cent support in their party.

The survey, taken October 17-20, included interviews with 424 registered voters who are Democrats or Democratic-leaning independents.

Now, it has become a key point for the Democratic hopefuls in their presidential run to gain support of the voters, which is why it had become a sore spot for the Massachusetts Sen.to answer the questions related to its funding, during the OH debate.

"For the reason that closing debate, appropriate anecdotally, I've had 5 - 6 of us inquire me: 'Is there any individual else?'" Democrat Leah Daughtry told the Cases.

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