Warren now tied with Biden for lead in Democrat presidential race

Democratic Party nomination polling

Elizabeth Warren
2020 Democrat presidential candidate, Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts at CNN town hall in Jackson, Mississippi on March 18, 2019. |

According to RealClearPolitics’ average of national polls on the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, Biden and Warren are less than a percentage point apart.

In data accessed Tuesday morning, Biden had 26.5 percent while Warren had 26.0 percent. Behind them was Senator Sanders with 14.3 percent, Mayor Buttigieg with 6 percent, U.S. Senator Kamala Harris of California with 4.8 percent, and Andrew Yang with 2.8 percent.

This represents a considerable increase for Warren, who at one point in August had only 16.2 percent. It also is a slight decline for Biden, who during the same time had 27.2 percent.

Follow Michael Gryboski on Twitter or Facebook

Free Religious Freedom Updates

Join thousands of others to get the FREEDOM POST newsletter for free, sent twice a week from The Christian Post.


Most Popular

Free Religious Freedom Updates

A religious liberty newsletter that is a must-read for people of faith.

More In Politics