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Wo Gets Biden's Voters If His Campaign Flops?

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Former VP Joe Biden announced his candidacy for President on April 25. A handful of 2020 presidential candidates share common support with former Vice President Joe Biden. Biden has been the subject of controversy over the past few months. Several women allege he inappropriately touched them and invaded their personal space. But, Business Insider reports Biden has experienced a strong early start to his campaign. Several candidates could capitalize if support dwindled or his campaign fizzled out altogether. 52% of Democratic primary Biden voters would also be satisfied see Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders as the nominee. However, 24.2% of Biden supporters would be dissatisfied if Sanders was the nominee. 42% of Biden's supporters would be happy with Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren. 22% would be dissatisfied with her as the nominee.

Added on the 01/05/2019 11:44:25 - Copyright : Wochit

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