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January 29, 2019
Asked whom they would support for the 2020 presidential nomination, 56 percent of Democrats or Democratic-leaning independents couldn’t come up with a name, a Washington Post/ABC News poll found.
Of the 44 percent who did have a preference, former Vice President Joe Biden led the pack with 9 percent and Sen. Kamala Harris came in second at 8 percent.
Rounding out the top of the list were Sen. Bernie Sanders with 4 percent, President Trump at 4 percent, Beto O’Rourke with 3 percent, former first lady Michelle Obama with 2 percent and Sen. Elizabeth Warren with 2 percent.
Michael Bloomberg came in under 1 percent, as did Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand.
Hillary Clinton and Oprah Winfrey each got 1 percent.


The survey wasn’t good news for Trump’s re-election campaign.


Overall, 56 percent of registered voters said they “definitely would not vote” for him, 28 percent “definitely would vote” for Trump and 14 percent “would consider” voting for the president. One percent had no opinion.


Asked what issues should receive the most priority, 31 percent of Democrats picked improving health care, 21 percent said reducing economic inequality.


https://nypost.com/2019/01/29/the-2020-democratic-presidential-race-is-wide-open-poll/

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