- Published: Tuesday, 26 May 2020 13:50
- Written by Damir Mujezinovic, The Inquisitr
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Polls show former Vice President Joe Biden leading the 2020 race for president, with CNN over the weekend suggesting his lead was the “steadiest” in any race with an incumbent “since at least 1944.” At the same time, experts say, Democrats would be remiss to place too much faith in those early numbers.
President Donald Trump and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden would tie in Texas if the presidential election were held today, a poll shows.
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are locked in a tie, the new IBD/TIPP Poll finds. Joe Biden had led in every IBD/TIPP 2020 presidential election poll back to August, including a 6-point edge in early April.
Senator Bernie Sanders claimed front-runner status in the Democratic primary for the first time this month, surpassing former Vice President Joe Biden, as the self-described democratic socialist makes significant inroads with moderate Democrats following strong performances in early nominating contests, according to the national Investor’s Business Daily/TIPP Poll for March.
Now that Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Tom Steyer have exited the race, the 77-year-old former Vice President Joe Biden is the youngest man running in the Democratic primary.
Sen. Bernie Sanders now has a slight lead over former Vice President Joe Biden in the battle for the Democrats' presidential nomination, according to the March national Investor's Business Daily/TIPP Poll, released one day before the vital Super Tuesday primaries.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has taken a narrow lead over Joe Biden in a nationwide poll of the Democratic primary battle, the March IBD/TIPP Poll finds. Elizabeth Warren is running a strong third, ahead of Michael Bloomberg. All four candidates held slight edges over President Donald Trump in head-to-head 2020 election matchups.
DURHAM, New Hampshire — Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez taunted President Trump at a Bernie Sanders rally on the eve of the New Hampshire Democratic primary.
Joe Biden’s (D) lead over President Trump in a general election matchup has “essentially vanished,” January’s IBD/TIPP poll released on Friday found.
More than a quarter of Democratic voters are supporting Joe Biden, according to the latest national poll from Investor’s Business Daily.
Former Vice President Joe Biden holds a steady lead in the Democratic nomination battle, the late January IBD/TIPP Poll finds. Yet Biden's support remains at a low point, and his advantage vs. President Donald Trump in the 2020 election has essentially disappeared. Meanwhile, Bernie Sanders, who is showing strength in early-voting-state polls, has overtaken Elizabeth Warren for second place.
Alex Shams, an American-Iranian former journalist and scholar of anthropology tweeted late Wednesday night, “I still can't believe the fact that Pete Buttigieg's last name is Arabic hasn't become more common knowledge over the last year.”
WASHINGTON (Sinclair Broadcast Group) — As six leading Democratic presidential candidates met for a pivotal debate in Iowa Tuesday night, a very different debate was taking place on Michael Bloomberg’s official campaign Twitter account.
Gay Democratic presidential hope Pete Buttigieg would beat President Donald Trump if the election were held today, according to a new poll.
President Donald Trump trails most of his likely 2020 Democratic opponents, according to a new poll released Monday by Investor’s Business Daily and TechnoMetrica.
The Democratic National Committee’s first Democratic debate of the election year on 14 January launches a new phase of the 2020 Democratic presidential contest - the primary voting season, with Iowa’s caucus-goers set to make the nation's first picks in early February.
The dispute between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren is causing increasing tension between the two most progressive candidates in the Democratic presidential leadership race.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is holding on to his lead in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, but Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., is closing in on him while regaining her momentum, according to a new poll by Investor's Business Daily/TIPP.