New polling data of 2020 Democratic candidates and details of the major factors

As we approach end of May, it’s good to take a look at the latest polling data of 2020 Democratic candidates and compare their performance at this moment against prior months, and breaking down major factors such as age, gender and level of education of voting samples.

New “Monmouth” Dem poll:

Joe Biden: 33%

Bernie Sanders: 15%

Kamala Harris: 11%

Elizabeth Warren: 10%

Pete Buttigieg: 6%

Beto O’Rourke: 4%

Amy Klobuchar: 3%

Cory Booker: 1%

Julian Castro: 1%

These are the highest candidates polling in the crowded field of Democratic candidates, which as of now count to 25 hopefuls.

Now we will breakdown voters based on different attributes.

Based on gender:

Men

Biden: 27%

Sanders: 20%

Warren: 9%

Harris: 7%

Buttigieg: 7%

O’Rourke: 6%

Klobuchar: 5%

Women

Biden: 37%

Harris: 13%

Sanders: 12%

Warren: 11%

Buttigieg: 6%

As we can see, Joe Biden is most favorable candidate among both male and female voters.


Voters with College-degree vs. No-college-degree

No college degree

Biden: 35%

Sanders: 17%

Harris: 10%

Buttigieg: 6%

Warren: 6%

O’Rourke: 3%

Klobuchar: 3%

College degree

Biden: 29%

Warren: 17%

Sanders: 12%

Harris: 12%

Buttigieg: 7%

O’Rourke: 5%


Based on age

18-49 year-olds

Biden: 26%

Sanders: 25%

Harris: 10%

Warren: 10%

Buttigieg: 6%

50+  year-olds

Biden: 40%

Harris: 11%

Warren: 10%

Buttigieg: 6%

O’Rourke: 5%

Klobuchar: 4%

Sanders: 4%


Apparently, Bernie Sander’s support is completely fragile among the older voters.

This is candidates’ polling during most of 2019:


Maryam Rahmani.

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