Poll: Joe Biden Crushing Bernie Sanders in South Carolina

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Former Vice President Joe Biden is significantly leading the Democratic primary race in South Carolina according to a poll released on Monday.

Biden leads the field convincingly with 32 percent of the vote, according to a poll of voters conducted by Change Research, while Sen. Bernie Sanders only has 14 percent support. Kamala Harris comes in third place with 10 percent followed by Corey Booker and Beto O’Rourke tied at nine percent.

Biden has yet to officially announce his run for president.

Stacy Abrams, the former failed candidate for Georgia Governor, has not announced a 2020 campaign but currently has 7 percent support in South Carolina, tied with South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg.

Here is the full rundown:

Joe Biden — 32%

Bernie Sanders — 14%

Kamala Harris — 10%

Cory Booker — 9%

Beto O’Rourke — 9%

Stacey Abrams — 7%

Pete Buttigieg — 7%

Elizabeth Warren — 6%

Julián Castro — 1%

Kirsten Gillibrand — 1%

John Hickenlooper — 1%

Amy Klobuchar — 1%

Andrew Yang — 1%

Terry McAuliffe — 0%

Michael Bennet — 0%

John Delaney — 0%

Tulsi Gabbard — 0%

Jay Inslee — 0%

Eric Swalwell — 0%

Marianne Williamson — 0%

The poll included 744 registered voters in South Carolina who said they planned to vote in the state’s 2020 Democratic presidential primary. Polling took place from March 31-April 4. The margin of error is +/- 3.6%.


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