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Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders hosted a campaign rally at the Fairfield Arts and Convention Center on April 6, in Fairfield, Iowa. Scott Olson/Getty Images
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It’s been a good month for Sen. Bernie Sanders on the campaign trail as he now leads the Democratic pack in fundraising, the latest poll and cable news ratings. A new Emerson poll finds Bernie Sanders leads the democratic presidential race nationally with 29%, followed by Joe Biden at 24%, Pete Buttigieg at 9%, Kamala [.]
"Hungry for a candidate to take on President Donald Trump, Democrats and democratic leaners put the three B’s, Biden, Bernie and Beto, at the top in a race where age, race and gender take a back seat to electability and shared views," said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the quinnipiac university poll.
A new poll of the already-crowded 2020 democratic presidential race shows three white men – former Vice president joe biden, Vermont independent Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke – leading the rest of the field.
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The race for the Democrat Party’s presidential nomination is set. Right now Joe Biden has a commanding lead in the polls followed by Crazy Bernie and then Elizabeth Warren. Still, it is hard seeing.
"Hungry for a candidate to take on President Donald Trump, Democrats and Democratic leaners put the three B’s, Biden, Bernie and Beto, at the top in a race where age, race and gender take a back seat to electability and shared views," said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University poll.