Biden maintains double-digit lead in Democratic race

Warren says she will unveil plan to finance ‘Medicare for All’ | TheHill

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The results were similar to those in Quinnipiac University's latest poll, released October 14, that demonstrated that 48 percent of voters had the most confidence in Biden. Bernie Sanders came up with 19 and 16 per cent, respectively, with their combined total barely reaching the front-runner's.

"Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren stated Sunday she will likely launch a strategy detailing how to cover for" Medicare for All" later facing criticism from a number of her 2020 competitions for falling to get into details about how her healthcare program would be financed.

"Earlier this month, Biden had said that President Trump won't destroy me or my family over the latter's call for an investigation against the former Vice President and his son".

She said, "I think there have been many estimates about what the cost will be, and many different payment streams, and I've been working on how to give the exact details to make that work".

Biden now leads the crowded primary field with almost 29 percent support while Warren now garners 23 percent. For that, he can thank moderate and conservative Democrats, 43% of whom support him. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., at 21%.

Sanders' strongest support comes in the 18-29 age group with 45% of the vote, followed by Warren at 17%, and entrepreneur Andrew Wang at 15%.

One in five black S.C. Democratic primary voters remain undecided in their choice for who should be the 2020 Democratic Party's presidential nominee, according to a new poll - meaning 10 presidential hopefuls visiting one of the state's historically black colleges this week still have a chance to win over voters.

Support for Mr. Biden jumped 10 points compared to last month, while support for Ms. Warren and Mr. Sanders was essentially flat. Cory A. Booker of New Jersey. Buttigieg holds a 6-point edge, 50% to 44%. Potential Democratic voters were asked about the candidates they want to hear more about.

The ballot was performed nationally by SSRS between final Thursday and Saturday and surveyed 1,003 adults. Results for the full sample have a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3.7 percentage points.

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