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Former Vice President Joe Biden remains the most popular Democratic presidential candidate among all Americans, according to a new Gallup poll released Wednesday.

About 53 percent of all respondents view Biden favorably, while 35 percent have an unfavorable view. That favorability rating beats out all other Democratic presidential contenders, including Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).

The survey, conducted in April, tested five other Democratic candidates. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) came in third place with 34 percent favorability, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), garnered a 32 percent favorability rating, former Rep. Beto O'Rourke (D-Texas) and Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) both came in fifth with a 27 percent favorability rating, and South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg came in last with 25 percent.

https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/443786-americans-views-of-biden-highest-among-dem-candidates-gallup
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>>397970
this poll was created by demopublican boomer shills
all the people who responded to it were demopublican boomer shills
OP is a demopublican boomer shill

SEETHING
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Whats with /news/ and suddenly caring about polls again? Thought that last president election btfo nearly every fucking poll.
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>>397975
"the 2016 polls were off by 1.5% and therefore all modern polling is off by like a factor of four"
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>>397974
>seething
You certainly are
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>>397974
what is a demopublican?

where do I sign up, and when am I allowed to seethe?
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>>397990
“Demopublican” is the Russian word for Muslim, and >>397974 is a Russian troll.
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>>398001
seething
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>>398001
Ass annihilated tranny has to resort the Russian shit.
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>>397970
So I noticed the news is just ignoring all his creepy dealings and going to push him to be the one people should vote for. I'm not even mad. A deviant gets to parade his fetish in public and still gets an easy good life.
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>>398012
>A deviant gets to parade his fetish
Where have you been for the last decade?
https://assets-jpcust.jwpsrv.com/thumbnails/f6bqxdza-1280.jpg
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>>398012
Joe Biden touches women on the shoulders and he's a sexual deviant. Trump cheats on his wife, then marries his mistress, then dumps her for another younger wife that does nude modeling then he then cheats on her with at least two other women, both of them who work in porn and he's an upstanding Christian family role model.
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>>398032
Who said he was a christian role model?
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>>398032
>he's an upstanding Christian family role model.
I can't think of a single person who'd try and defend Trump from a moral standpoint.
Biden is an easy target because we have hilarious photos. And the Democrats adopted the #Metoo movement at the worst possible time. Look at what happened to Al (creeping while ta sleeping) Franken.
Democrats made the idiotic mistake of adopting weird Victorian moralism at the same time the Republicans started abandoning their own evangelical nuttiness
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Joe will never be president. Next
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>>398365
T.rump
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Another thread made by paid Biden shills and defended for free by trannies
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>>397975
The last election, where the polls were exactly within the margin of error?
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>>398653
Yes. 2016 polls were actually more accurate than 2012 polls in terms of by how much they were off. It’s just that 2016 was also a lot closer than 2912 and a few points could make a big difference.

The reason that polls in the Rust Belt were skewed towards Hillary is because more educated people were more likely to answer the polls and were also more likely to vote for Hillary. However, Arizona and Georgia has the opposite problem: the polls underestimated Hillary there.

However, when you look at the nation as a whole, the polls were more accurate than ever in 2016. Not only did they predict Hillary to win the popular vote, but they also predicted by how much she would.
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>>398662
While true, it is still a bit too early to get riled up about polls. I plan to wait until after the first few debates to see how things shake out. Remember that during the Republican primary debates they had candidates getting surges of support in polls following debates to ultimately peter out
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>>398662

>More educated

This is what communists actually believe
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>>398783
>Only communists can look at the level of education people received and how they said they would vote
Yeah, nah, I'm thinking you're just retarded.
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>>398787

>Gender studies majors
>Psychology majors
>African American studies major
>Educated



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