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Latest 2020 Presidential Polls – 17 March 2020 – Saint Patrick’s Day Edition

Twenty-six states and territories have voted, leaving 31 more to go, and Joe Biden continues to be the undisputed leader in the race for the Democratic Party’s nomination. Ohio has postponed its’ primary previously scheduled for today amid coronavirus fears. The DOW has plummeted more than 9,000 points over the last month. The world continues facing a pandemic. Nancy Pelosi is still the Speaker, and Trump remains forever impeached.

So, where are things going into Mini-Tuesday 2.0?

In the delegate count, the winning candidate needing 1,991 to win the nomination, following Super Tuesday, where Biden killed Sanders winning Alabama, Arkansas, Maine, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia, the results are as follows:

Joe Biden 890
Bernie Sanders 736
Elizabeth Warren 72
Michael Bloomberg 61
Pete Buttigieg 26
Amy Klobuchar 7
Tulsi Gabbard 2

Bloomberg, Booker, Buttigieg, Harris, and Klobuchar have all endorsed Joe Biden. Warren continues to hold her cards close to the vest and is not revealing where she will throw her support.

In the popular vote totals:

Joe Biden 7,303,080
Bernie Sanders 5,858,273
Elizabeth Warren 2,227,809
Michael Bloomberg 2,107,547
Pete Buttigieg 738,082
Amy Klobuchar 447,412
Tulsi “Why are you still running?” Gabbard 134,731

In national polling, Joe Biden continues to lead Bernard Sanders for the Democratic Party nomination.

The latest Reuters/Ipsos poll, conducted 13-16 March 2020 of 458 registered voters, places the current rankings as such:

Biden 48%
Sanders 39%
Gabbard 2%

According to the Morning Consult poll, conducted 11-15 March 2020, of 8,869 registered voters:

Biden 58%
Sanders 37%
Gabbard 3%

In the NBC/WSJ Poll, conducted from 11-13 March 2020 of 438 likely voters:

Biden 61%
Sanders 32%
Gabbard 4%

According to FiveThirtyEight, in today’s primaries, the polling looks dismal for Sanders.

Arizona, with 67 possible delegates lines up like this:

Biden 51.6%
Sanders 26.9%
Gabbard 1.1%

Florida and its 219 possible delegates:

Biden 63.8%
Sanders 24.7%
Gabbard 1.4%

And last, but not least, in Illinois, with its 155 possible delegates:

Biden 61.5%
Sanders 26.6%
Gabbard 1.5%

As far as the national race for the White House is concerned, according to recent polling data available, if the election was today, odds still are that Joe Biden or Bernard Sanders would be the 46th President of the United States. Trump, who forever remains the third impeached president in U.S. history, will still go down as one of the lowest and depraved persons to ever sit in the Oval Office.

 
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Posted by on March 17, 2020 in 2020 Election

 

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Latest 2020 Presidential Polls – 9 March 2020 – MINI TUESDAY Primary Edition

Eighteen states have voted, leaving 32 more to go, and territories, and suddenly Joe Biden is now the undisputed leader in the race for the Democratic Party’s nomination. Senator Elizabeth Warren and billionaire Michael Bloomberg have dropped out of the race, leaving Biden, Sanders, and Tulsi Gabbard. However, no one is paying any attention to Gabbard, nor should they. The DOW has plummeted 3,513 points over the last month. The world continues facing a pandemic. Nancy Pelosi is still the Speaker, and Trump remains forever impeached.

So, where are things going into Mini-Tuesday?

In the delegate count, the winning candidate needing 1,991 to win the nomination, following Super Tuesday, where Biden killed Sanders winning Alabama, Arkansas, Maine, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia, the results are as follows:

Joe Biden 681
Bernie Sanders 608
Michael Bloomberg 74
Elizabeth Warren 69
Pete Buttigieg 27
Amy Klobuchar 7
Tulsi Gabbard 2

Bloomberg, Buttigieg, Klobuchar and Cory Booker have all endorsed Joe Biden. Warren is holding her cards close to her vest and not yet revealing where she will throw her support, but following Super Tuesday she received a plethora of ugly messages from Bernie Bros, so, it would be very interesting if she gave her endorsement to Sanders.

In the popular vote totals:

Joe Biden 4,921,782
Bernie Sanders 4,016,248
Elizabeth Warren 1,798,835
Michael Bloomberg 1,726,650
Pete Buttigieg 606,864
Amy Klobuchar 384,438
Tulsi “Why are you still running?” Gabbard 102,383

In national polling, only two conducted post-Super Tuesday, Joe Biden has soared back into the lead over Bernie for the Democratic Party nomination.

In the CNN Poll, conducted from 4-7 March 2020 of 1,211 respondents:

Biden 52%
Sanders 36%
Gabbard 0%

According to the Morning Consult poll, conducted 5 March 2020, of 1,390 Democratic primary voters contacted after Elizabeth Warren had dropped out of the race:

Biden 54%
Sanders 38%
Gabbard 2%

The latest Quinnipiac poll, conducted 5-8 March 2020, places the current rankings as such:

Biden 54%
Sanders 35%
Gabbard 2%

As far as the national race for the White House is concerned, according to recent polling data available, if the election was today, odds are Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders would be the 46th President of the United States. Trump, who forever remains the third impeached president in U.S. history, will still go down as one of the gloomiest and debauched persons to ever sit in the Oval Office.

 
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Posted by on March 9, 2020 in 2020 Election

 

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Latest 2020 Presidential Polls – 2 March 2020 – SUPER TUESDAY Primary Edition

Four states have voted, leaving 46 more to go, and territories, and suddenly Bernie Sanders is no longer the undisputed leader in the race for the Democratic Party’s nomination. Former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Senator Amy Klobuchar, and billionaire Tom Steyer have bowed out, narrowing the field as we move into Super Tuesday! The DOW has had its worst week since George W. Bush wrecked the economy. The world faces a pandemic. Nancy Pelosi is still the Speaker, and Trump remains forever impeached.

So, where are things as we move to Super Tuesday?

In the delegate count, the winning candidate needing 1,991 to win the nomination, following South Carolina, the results are as follows:

Bernie Sanders 58
Joe Biden 50
Pete Buttigieg 26
Elizabeth Warren 8
Amy Klobuchar 7
Michael Bloomberg 0
Tulsi Gabbard 0

In the popular vote totals:

Joe Biden 323,244
Bernie Sanders 268,065
Pete Buttigieg 176,695
Elizabeth Warren 111,296
Amy Klobuchar 103,844
Tulsi Gabbard 16,542
Michael Bloomberg 4,793

In national polling, all conducted prior to Super Tuesday, Bernie Sanders continues to hold the lead for the Democratic Party nomination.

The IBD/TIPP poll, conducted 20-29 February 2020, of 908 adults contacted via mobile phones and landlines places the current rankings as such:

Sanders 23%
Biden 20%
Warren 17%
Bloomberg 13%

The latest Yahoo News/YouGov poll, conducted 26-27 February 2020, of 1,662 registered voters places the current rankings as such:

Sanders 27%
Biden 21%
Warren 18%
Bloomberg 14%

In the Morning Consult Poll, conducted from 26-27 February 2020 of 5,000 registered voters:

Sanders 33%
Biden 21%
Warren 18%
Bloomberg 14%

According to the latest Yahoo News/YouGov polling data, in the 10 states that will likely decide 2020 — Michigan, New Hampshire, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Florida, Minnesota, Nevada, Maine, North Carolina, and Arizona — Sanders’s lead over Trump is well within the 3-point margin of error (48 percent to 45 percent) making things very uncertain regarding Sander’s ability to beat Trump. In contrast, however, former Vice President Joe Biden leads Trump by 9 points nationally (50 percent to 41 percent) and by 7 points (50 percent to 43 percent) in the battleground states.

The key element of being able to defeat Trump is the moderate Republican swing voters where Sanders is running far behind Biden. These voters switched to Democratic House or Senate candidates in the 2018 midterms after casting their ballots for Trump in 2016 helping Democrats flip 41 seats and regain control of the House in 2018. Among these voters, Biden beats Trump by 12 points (51 percent to 39 percent) while Sanders only narrowly outperforms Trump by 4 points (48 percent to 44 percent).

As far as the national race for the White House is concerned, according to recent polling data available, if the election was today, odds are Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders would be the 46th President of the United States. Trump, who forever remains the third impeached president in U.S. history, will still go down as one of the most morose and decadent persons to ever sit in the Oval Office.

 
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Posted by on March 2, 2020 in 2020 Election

 

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Latest 2020 Presidential Polls – 25 February 2020 – South Carolina Primary Edition

Three states have voted, leaving 47 more to go, plus territories, but to continue hearing Bernie Sanders and his supporters it is all over and Joe Biden, and everyone else should drop out. Moving towards March, the DOW has had one of its largest single day drops in history, Nancy Pelosi is still the Speaker, and Trump remains forever impeached.

So, where are things as we move to the southeast and South Carolina?

In the delegate count, needing 1,991 to win the candidacy, following Nevada, the results are as follows:

Bernie Sanders 45
Pete Buttigieg 25
Joe Biden 15
Elizabeth Warren 8
Amy Klobuchar 7
Tom Steyer 0
Michael Bloomberg 0
Tulsi Gabbard 0

In the popular vote totals:

Bernie Sanders 163,261
Pete Buttigieg 133,316
Amy Klobuchar 87,270
Elizabeth Warren 74,063
Joe Biden 67,721
Tom Steyer 15,227
Tulsi Gabbard 9,793
Michael Bloomberg 4,797

In national polling, Bernie Sanders continues to hold the lead for the Democratic Party nomination.

The CBS News/YouGov poll, conducted 20-22 February 2020, of 10,000 registered voters places the current rankings as such:

Sanders 28%
Warren 19%
Biden 17%
Bloomberg 13%
Buttigieg 10%
Klobuchar 5%

The latest ABC News/Washington Post poll, conducted 14-17 February 2020, of 1,066 adults places the current rankings as such:

Sanders 32%
Biden 16%
Bloomberg 14%
Warren 12%
Buttigieg 8%
Klobuchar 7%

In the Emerson Poll, conducted from 16-18 February 2020 of 1,250 registered voters:

Sanders 29%
Biden 22%
Bloomberg 14%
Warren 12%
Buttigieg 8%
Klobuchar 6%

Moving into the South Carolina Primary, the current polling stands as:

As far as the national race for the White House is concerned, according to recent polling data available, if the election was today, odds are Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders would be the 46th President of the United States. Trump, who forever remains the third impeached president in U.S. history, will still go down as one of the most morose and decadent persons to ever sit in the Oval Office.

 
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Posted by on February 25, 2020 in 2020 Election

 

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Latest 2020 Presidential Polls – 18 February 2020 – Nevada Caucuses Edition

The first two states have voted, leaving 48 more to go, plus territories, but to hear Bernie Sander’s supporters it is all over and Joe Biden, and everyone else should drop out. Before the dust was settling in New Hampshire, Andrew Yang and Michael Bennet had both withdrawn from the race. Nancy Pelosi is still the Speaker, and Trump remains forever impeached.

So, where are things as we move to the southwest and Nevada?

In the delegate count race following Iowa, the results are as follows:

Pete Buttigieg 22
Bernie Sanders 21
Elizabeth Warren 8
Amy Klobuchar 7
Joe Biden 6
Tom Steyer 0
Michael Bloomberg 0
Tulsi Gabbard 0
Duval Patrick 0

In the popular vote totals:

Bernie Sanders 119,312
Pete Buttigieg 112,490
Amy Klobuchar 77,103
Elizabeth Warren 61,200
Joe Biden 47,443
Tom Steyer 10,551
Tulsi Gabbard 9,271
Duval Patrick 1,222
Michael Bloomberg 20

In national polling, however, Bernie Sanders has taken the lead for the Democratic Party nomination.

The Economist/YouGov poll, conducted 9-11 February 2020, of 1,500 US Adult citizens places the current rankings as such:

Sanders 22%
Biden 18%
Warren 15%
Bloomberg 12%
Buttigieg 10%
Klobuchar 7%

The latest Morning Consult poll, conducted 4-9, and 12 February 2020, of 2,639 registered voters’ nationwide places the current rankings as such:

Sanders 29%
Biden 19%
Bloomberg 18%
Buttigieg 11%
Warren 10%
Klobuchar 5%

In the Monmouth University Poll, conducted from 6-9 February 2020 of 827 registered voters:

Sanders 26%
Biden 16%
Warren and Buttigieg 13%
Bloomberg 11%
Klobuchar 6%

Moving into the Nevada Caucasus, the current polling stands as:

As far as the national race for the White House is concerned, according to recent polling data available, if the election was today, odds are Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders would be the 46th President of the United States. Trump, who forever remains the third impeached president in U.S. history, will still go down as one of the most morose and decadent persons to ever sit in the Oval Office.

 
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Posted by on February 18, 2020 in 2020 Election

 

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Latest 2020 Presidential Polls – 10 February 2020 – New Hampshire Primary Edition

The Iowa Caucuses have come and gone, proving finally that Iowa has no business being the predictor of presidential politics. The caucuses were a shambles and it took more than a week before anyone knew what the actual results were. The GOP controlled Senate has acquitted Donald Trump, as everyone paying attention knew he would be. Of course, as OJ and Zimmerman proved, being acquitted does not mean you are innocent. Nancy Pelosi is still the Speaker, and Trump is forever impeached.

So, where are things as we stumble away from impeachment and into New Hampshire?

In the delegate count race following Iowa, the results are as follows:

Pete Buttigieg 13
Bernie Sanders 12
Elizabeth Warren 8
Joe Biden 6
Amy Klobuchar 1
Andrew yang 0
Tom Steyer 0
Michael Bloomberg 0
Tulsi Gabbard 0
Michael Bennet 0
Duval Patrick 0

In the popular vote totals:

Bernie Sanders 45,826
Pete Buttigieg 43,195
Elizabeth Warren 34,771
Joe Biden 23,691
Amy Klobuchar 21,181
Andrew Yang 1,780
Tom Steyer 413
Michael Bloomberg 20
Tulsi Gabbard 17
Michael Bennet 4
Duval Patrick 0

In national polling, however, former Vice-President Joe Biden continues to lead the pack for the Democratic Party nomination.

The Economist/YouGov poll, conducted 2-4 February 2020, of 1,500 US Adult citizens places the current rankings as such:

Biden 24%
Sanders 19%
Warren 18%
Buttigieg and Bloomberg 9%
Klobuchar 6%
Yang and Gabbard 3%
Steyer 2%
Bennet 1%
Patrick 0%

The latest Morning Consult poll, conducted 3-5 February 2020, of 2,500 Democratic primary voters places the current rankings as such:

Biden 28%
Sanders 24%
Warren and Bloomberg 14%
Buttigieg 6%
Yang 4%
Klobuchar and Steyer 3%
Gabbard 2%
Bennet and Patrick 1%

In the Harvard-Harris Poll, conducted from 27-29 January 2020 of 2,527 registered voters:

Biden 31%
Sanders 20%
Bloomberg 13%
Warren 12%
Buttigieg 6%
Yang and Klobuchar 3%
Steyer 2%
Gabbard 1%
Bennet and Patrick 0%

Moving into New Hampshire Primary, the current primary polling stands as:

As far as the national race for the White House is concerned, according to recent polling data available, if the election was today, odds are any of the top three Democrat contenders would be the 46th President of the United States. Trump, who forever remains the third impeached president in U.S. history, will still go down as one of the glummest and profligate persons to ever sit in the Oval Office.

 
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Posted by on February 10, 2020 in 2020 Election

 

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Latest 2020 Presidential Polls – 3 February 2020 – Iowa Caucus Edition

The Iowa Caucuses are finally here, and who will win is still the big question. In DC, the Impeachment Trial for Donald Trump has run through its second week with Senate Republicans prepared to fall on their political swords defending quite probably the most indefensible person in US history. John Bolton and Lev Parnas wait in the wings to spill the beans on the Hill, even while the Senate has voted not to allow new witnesses in the Impeachment Trial. Will the House subpoena them, and get their testimonies on the record prior to the 2020 election?

So, where are things as we blunder into Iowa? Nationally, former Vice-President Joe Biden continues to lead the pack for the Democratic Party nomination.

The latest LA Times/USC poll, conducted 15-28 January 2020, of 4,869 registered voters places the current rankings as such:

Joe Biden 34%
Bernie Sanders 18%
Elizabeth Warren 16%
Mike Bloomberg and Pete Buttigieg 9%
Amy Klobuchar 3%
Andrew Yang and Tom Steyer 2%

The Economist/YouGov poll, conducted 26-28 January 2020, of 1,500 US Adult citizens places the current rankings as such:

Biden 26%
Sanders 24%
Warren 20%
Buttigieg 7%
Bloomberg, Klobuchar, and Yang 4%
Tulsi “Present” Gabbard 3%

In the IBD/TIPP Poll, conducted from 23-30 January 2020 of 908 adults:

Biden 26%
Sanders 19%
Warren 13%
Bloomberg 8%
Buttigieg 7%
Yang 4%
Klobuchar 3%
Steyer 2%

Concerning the Iowa Democratic Caucus, the current polling stands as:

According to recent polling data available, if the election was today, odds are any of the top three Democrat contenders would be the 46th President of the United States. Trump, who forever remains the third impeached president in U.S. history, will still go down as one of the most miserable and decadent persons to ever sit in the Oval Office.

 

 

 
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Posted by on February 3, 2020 in 2020 Election

 

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