Poll: most Democrats would nominate Joe Biden as a presidential candidate

In support of the former Vice-President spoke 30% of the survey participants.

The former US Vice President Joe Biden enjoys the greatest support of members of the Democratic party among the possible candidates for the presidential elections in 2020. This was reported on Friday by CNN.

She refers to the results of a survey conducted from 6 to 9 of December among 463 activists of the democratic party. The error was 5.6%.
In support of 76-year-old Biden expressed 30% of the survey participants. This is 3% less than in a similar study conducted in early October. Bernie Sanders was supported by 14% of respondents – 1% more than in October. Significantly strengthened its position Congressman from Texas Beto O’Rourke: in October, his participation in the presidential race supported 4% of the members of the Democratic Party, now 9%.

Support for Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey, Kamala Harris of California and the former Secretary of state John Kerry ranges from 4-5%. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren’s popularity plummeted from 8% in October to 3%. Other possible participants of the presidential race in 2020 – the former mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg, Senator from Minnesota Amy Klobuchar, the former Minister of Justice Eric Holder and Senator from New York Kirsten Gillibrand – support 1-3% of respondents.

The first meetings of party activists in the framework of the future presidential campaign will be held in Iowa in early February 2020. The Democratic Party Congress, which will officially nominate a candidate, will be held on July 13-16, 2020. The right to host the Congress is claimed by Miami Beach (Florida), Milwaukee (Wisconsin) and Houston (Texas). The Republicans will hold their Congress on August 24-27, 2020 in Charlotte (North Carolina).
The 59th us presidential election will be held on November 3, 2020