45% of Democrats say Biden has the best chance of defeating Trump

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This is the first time that Harris has ever polled over 8 percent.

Sanders, who did not lose any support, maintained 19 percent of Democratic primary voters who picked Sanders as their first choice of candidates to support.

The 54-year-old Californian Senator has also become the candidate from whom 30 percent of the Democratic voters want to hear.

As the frontrunner with a double-digit lead in polls over the rest of the 24 Democrats vying for the 2020 presidential nomination, Biden had come into the debate wearing a large target on his back, and was prepared to be attacked on this issue.

Biden attempted to defend himself by claiming Harris had mischaracterized his record, but he only muddled his stance on busing and falsely claimed to never have praised racists.

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Kamala Harris almost tripled her standing in a new Quinnipiac poll released Tuesday compared to one taken earlier this month - and now trails frontrunner Joe Biden by just 2 percentage points.

Support among Democrats declined for frontrunner Joe Biden following last week's U.S. presidential candidate debate, while Senator Kamala Harris saw her popularity rise, according to CNN poll. Among those who did not watch and did not follow the debate's media coverage, Biden maintained his lead, followed closely by Sanders. "There are other red flags for him in areas where he still leads, including double-digit drops among Democrats and Democratic leaners who view him as the best leader, or as the best candidate to defeat President Trump in 2020". The ABC News/Washington Post poll found 45% of respondents believe Biden is best equipped to beat Trump. The margin of error for the USA Today poll was 4.4 percentage points, and Quinnipiac had a margin of error of 5 points.

"To win in Iowa, you have to be able to woo the supporters of other candidates who drop out or that don't reach the 15% threshold at the caucus", says David Paleologos, director of Suffolk University's Political Research Center. But the proportion who think Biden would be the best leader is down from 44% in April to 26% now. Biden and Sanders were each at 16%, and Warren at 9%. Kamala Harris and former Vice President Joseph R. Biden close behind, according to a survey released Wednesday. Elizabeth Warren are tied for third place among Democrats. "However, it didn't give her a boost in her overall numbers in the primary race", Snow added.

Following last week's Democratic Debates, Sen. Out of all the people, who witnessed the debate, 41 percent came out in support of Harris, claiming her to be the victor of the debate.

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