Sen. Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Ann WarrenSanders tears into Trump in response to Sanders campaign rally in Trump as reaction to election rally Warren introduces general childcare legislation According to a poll by the Democratic digital company Avalanche published Wednesday, the Candidate of Democratic primary voters when the topic of eligibility was deleted from the equation.
The poll asked Democratic voters two separate questions: who would they vote for if today's primaries took place and whom they would vote if they "had a magic wand and made one of the candidates president ̵
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However, when respondents were asked which candidates they would automatically vote for president, 21 percent pointed to Warren, while 19 percent pointed to Biden and Sanders.
This is remarkable because it underlines the gap between Warren's perceived eligibility and her appeal to Democratic voters. It also suggests that while Biden leads the horse race, voters do not necessarily see him as their preferred president.
At the same time, the survey highlights how Warren must convince primary voters to be in one country Not only the Democratic nomination competition, but also the 2020 parliamentary elections President Trump Donald John TrumpGOP Senator introduce bill Rubio responds to journalists who described it as "strange" to see him in the Trump rally Rubio answers a journalist who described it as "weird" at the Trump rally to see. An overwhelming majority of respondents – 97 percent – said it was "very or very important" to beat Trump. 19659004] South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg Peter (Pete) Paul ButtigiegSeveran trumps Rump in response to campaign rally Sanders rips Trump in response to election campaign kickoff rally Biden, Sanders At the heart of the first MORE debate, which saw a surge in its political holdings in recent months, came to 13 percent in the horse race survey and 16 percent in the wand poll. Sen. Kamala Harris Kamala Devi HarrisBiden, Sanders at the heart of the first debate Biden, Sanders at the center of the first debate Poll: Six Dems lead Trump in Florida games MORE (D-Calif.) 12 percent in both categories.
According to the Avalanche survey, part of Warren's electoral problems may be gender specific. Of the voters who selected a male candidate in response to the horse racing question and a female candidate in response to the "wand" question, 24 percent said gender would be changed to increase the likelihood of voting ,
Even among those who supported female candidates in answering both questions, 19 percent cited gender as the primary barrier to eligibility.
Conversely, few respondents pointed to the candidates' age as a matter of eligibility, a positive sign for candidates like Biden and Sanders, aged 76 and 77, both having questions about their age on the campaign.
The Avalanche poll probably polled Democratic voters from 31 May to June 1,109 with Civiqs, an online election bureau 3. No error rate was reported.