Recently released national polls from NPR/Marist, Fox News, Morning Consult, Quinnipiac and IBD/TIPP show former vice president Joe Biden doing quite well, with his support ranging from 24 to 30 percent. In CBS’s Battleground Tracking poll of Super Tuesday states, Biden leads with 28 percent. Forty-one percent of voters also say he could beat President Trump (next is Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, with 33 percent). Similarly, Biden leads with 31 percent in Morning Consult’s four early-state poll.
It bears repeating that a high percentage of voters say they could change their minds (although Biden has a larger share of voters saying they won’t change than do other candidates), and the early contests in Iowa and New Hampshire where Biden’s polling has been much weaker will influence later contests.
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