Biden, not Sanders, gains in popularity after Warren drops out - Reuters/Ipsos poll
Tuesday, 10 March 2020 Elizabeth Warren's departure from the Democratic presidential race appears to have benefited front-runner Joe Biden more than Bernie Sanders, her liberal ally on many issues, according to a Reuters/Ipsos national opinion poll released on Monday.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has a double-digit lead over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. CNN and SSRS conducted a new poll of Democratic voters nationwide. The poll was taken in the days after Biden's historic showing across Super Tuesday contests. The poll finds Biden with 52% of registered voters...
In early returns, Biden gathered around 67% of the vote to defeat Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
OPB News reports that none of the candidates campaigned or mounted significant campaign..