Post-Debate Surveys Suggest a Bernie Sanders Rise

Post-Debate Surveys Suggest a Bernie Sanders Rise

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is rising nationally, Morning Consult’s post-debate survey reveals

The socialist senator, who experienced an end-of-summer slump which was worsened by an unexpected cardiac arrest and a subsequent heart treatment, has bounced back both in terms of his health and standings in the polls.

Morning Consult’s post-debate survey, taken November 21-24, 2019, among 8,102 signed up voters likely to participate in their state’s Democrat primary or caucus, showed Sanders exceeding Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) for second location with 21 percent support to her 15 percent.

The survey showed previous Vice President Joe Biden (D) leading, a consistent trend in this specific nationwide survey, with 30 percent assistance.

Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) can be found in 4th place with nine percent assistance, followed by Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) with 5 percent assistance and Andrew Yang (D) closely behind with four percent. The remaining prospects saw 2 percent assistance or less. The margin of error of / -1 percent:

#National @MorningConsult Post Debate Poll (11/21-24):

Biden 30%

Sanders 21%

Warren 15%

Buttigieg 9%

Harris 5%

Yang 4%

Bloomberg 2%

Booker 2%

Gabbard 2%

Klobuchar 2%

Steyer 2%

Bennet 1%

Bullock 1%

Castro 1%

Delaney 1%

Williamson 1%

Patrick 0%

— Political Surveys (@Politics_Polls) November 26, 2019

The survey strengthened Sanders’ second-place position in the present Genuine Clear Politics typical, which currently programs the socialist senator edging out Warren by less than 2 portion points.

The Early morning Consult survey also revealed Sanders preserving his second-place status in early main and caucus states. The survey surveyed 372 citizens in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, and South Carolina, and discovered Biden leading with 26 percent assistance– four percent less than his national lead. Sanders came right behind with 23 percent assistance, followed by Warren, Tom Steyer (D), Buttigieg, and Yang with 18 percent, nine percent, eight percent, and 4 percent, respectively. The margin of error is /- 5 percent:

Early Primary States @MorningConsult

Post Argument Survey (11/21-24):

Biden 26%

Sanders 23%

Warren 18%

Steyer 9%

Buttigieg 8%

Yang 4%

Bloomberg 2%

Harris 2%

Klobuchar 2%

Booker 1%

Castro 1%

Delaney 1%

Gabbard 1%

Williamson 1%

Bennet 0%

Bullock 0%

Patrick 0% https://t.co/aQXny4il7z https://t.co/xZIYco7u7R

— Political Surveys (@Politics_Polls) November 26, 2019

The results, which suggest a Sanders rise, accompany a Suffolk University/ Boston Globe survey released Monday that programs the socialist senator taking the lead in New Hampshire.

#NEW Post-Deabte New Hampshire @BostonGlobe/ @Suffolk_U Poll

Sanders 16%

Warren 14%

Buttigieg 13%

Biden 12%

Gabbard 6%

Yang 4%

Harris 3%

Booker/Steyer 2%

Klobuchar/Patrick 1% https://t.co/5OhT7ahlsn

— Political Polls (@PpollingNumbers) November 25, 2019

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