You won’t believe who is leading in this 2020 Democratic presidential poll
Democrats have been preparing for 2020 since the moment Hillary Clinton was defeated.
There is a field of over 20 Democrats considering running for president.
And you won’t believe who is leading in this latest Democratic presidential poll.
CNN and the Des Moines Register ran a poll of 20 potential candidates.
Former Vice President Joe Biden was the first choice among likely Iowa Democrat caucus-goers.
Senator Bernie Sanders and Beto O’Rourke were the second and third choices.
Former Vice President Joe Biden leads the pack among likely Democratic caucusgoers in Iowa, according to a CNN/Des Moines Register poll released Saturday.
The poll shows Biden leading among a field of 20 potential candidates, followed by Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and Texas Representative Beto O’Rourke. The poll asked likely caucusgoers who their top choice for president would be among potential candidates for their party’s nomination.
The Iowa poll found 32 percent of likely caucusgoers prefer Biden, with 19 percent selecting Sanders as their first choice, and O’Rourke at 11 percent. Featured lower in the list of possible Democrats were Senators Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and Cory Booker.
Vice President Biden has long been rumored to be running for the White House.
However, if Bernie Sanders and Beto O’Rourke enter the race it could hurt his chances of securing the nomination.
It is difficult to say which candidate would be worse to nominate against Trump.
Bernie Sanders is far too radical and would be rejected by nearly every independent voter.
Elizabeth Warren was forced to admit that she is not a Native American and has become a laughing stock in the U.S. Senate.
And Joe Biden represents the failed policies of Barack Obama.
The 2020 Democrat primary is shaping up to be a mess.
Democrats have gone all-in on identity politics yet the top three in this poll were white men.
This will surely upset the most radical elements of the Leftist base.
While Democrat leaders attack each other and waste campaign dollars on a competitive primary, Trump will be running in the general election.