Bloomberg: Joe Biden Leads Rivals in Two Nevada Polls: Campaign Update

In a Nevada poll, conducted by Emerson College, Biden was at 30%, Warren was at 22% and Sanders was at 19%.

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Detroit Metro Times: Joe Biden leads Democratic primary in latest Emerson poll, while Bernie Sanders gains support

Joe Biden is leading in the Democratic presidential primary with 34 percent, according to the latest Emerson poll.

The former vice president is trailed by Sen. Bernie Sanders at 28 percent and Sen. Elizabeth Warren at 19 percent. All three candidates are leading President Donald Trump outside the margin of error.

Sanders’ support has grown five points since Emerson’s poll in March, while Biden’s support has decreased 6 points. Warren has gained 8 points since the March poll.

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RealClearPolitics: Poll: Biden’s Lead Over Dem Field Is Up in NV, Down in MI

With one year to go until Election Day and 94 days until the Iowa caucuses, polling by Emerson College has provided snapshots of three battleground states critical not only to the leading candidates seeking the Democratic presidential nomination but to their potential general election matchups with President Trump.

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The Rachel Maddow Show: Friday’s Campaign Round-Up, 10.4.19

“And in Ohio, the latest Emerson poll shows Biden narrowly leading Sanders, 29% to 27%, with Warren not far behind with 21%. Also of note, the survey found each of the Democratic contenders leading Trump in Ohio in hypothetical general election match-ups.”

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Cincinnati Enquirer: New Ohio poll has bad news for Donald Trump

“At this point, it does not appear that the impeachment issue would significantly impact a Trump candidacy as his numbers are comparable with Pence in the head to head matchups.” said Spencer Kimball, director of the nonpartisan Emerson Polling.”

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New York Times: Elizabeth Warren’s Working-Class Problem

“In New Hampshire — which borders parts of the North Shore — Biden leads Trump by 10 points, while Warren trails by two, according to an Emerson College poll.”

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Is Andrew Yang Eligible to Appear on ‘SNL’?

“This week an Emerson College Poll finds Mr. Yang running well behind the leaders but ahead of Sen. Kamala Harris in her own state of California”

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CBS News: 2020 Daily Trail Markers

A new poll from Emerson College shows Andrew Yang leading Senator Kamala Harris in Harris’ home state. CBS News 2020 campaign reporter Nicole Sganga joins CBSN to discuss recent momentum in Yang’s campaign.

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The Hill: California poll: Biden, Sanders lead Democratic field; Harris takes fifth

“Senator Kamala Harris is in trouble in her home state. If she is unable to gain momentum in Iowa or New Hampshire, come Super Tuesday she might have a similar fate to Sen. Marco Rubio in 2016, when he was unable to win his home state of Florida and dropped out of the race,” Emerson Polling Director Spencer Kimball said, referring to Rubio’s 2016 loss to President Trump in Florida’s Republican presidential primary.

 

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Vox: Trump is trying to discredit recent polls because he’s losing in nearly all of them

“A September 10 poll of New Hampshire voters from Emerson Polling finds even lesser-known candidates like entrepreneur Andrew Yang defeating the president by a comfortable margin. And the ABC-Washington Post poll finds Americans preferring the top Democratic candidates (Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, and Kamala Harris) to Trump by double-digit margins.”

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