Sanders on The Rise as Biden’s Mental Acuity Remains Tough Topic for Dems
Is Sanders seeing a resurgence, or is Biden slipping?
While it may be the farthest thing from some people’s minds today, the Democratic primary race is still ongoing, and it’s far from a sure thing for either of the top candidates.
For weeks now, former Vice President Joe Biden has been on top of the polls thanks to a number of large delegate hauls in consecutive Tuesday contests. For Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, the outlook was grim. The pollsters and pundits had written him off and the candidate himself seemed to be acquiescing to the idea that Biden would be the nominee.
This week, however, a resurgence has come for Sanders.
The survey, taken March 13-16, 2020, showed the former vice president losing his double-digit lead over Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), who trails the former vice president in current pledged delegate totals.
“If the 2020 Democratic presidential primary election were held today, and you had to choose from the list of candidates below, for whom would you vote?” the survey asks.
Biden leads Sanders among registered Democrat voters, 48 percent to 39 percent. Biden led in the same poll one week ago by 21 percentage points.
Two percent of Democrat voters indicated support for Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), and eight percent said they “don’t know” whom they would support.
In national polling from Real Clear Politics, however, Biden’s lead is still strong, averaging around 20.9% over Bernie.
The news comes as a renewed concerns over Joe Biden’s mental state populate social media.
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