The Hill: Poll: Biden and Sanders both lead Trump by 10 points nationally

“An Emerson Polling survey released Tuesday found both former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders(I-Vt.) leading President Trump by 10 points nationally.”

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The Hill: Warren support rises in two national polls

“In head-to-head matchups with Democratic opponents, the Emerson poll found that President Trump trails each candidate. Biden and Sanders each hold a 10 percent advantage over Trump in the hypothetical matchups, according to the poll, with 55 percent support to Trump’s 45 percent. Warren, in the same matchup, leads Trump 53 percent to 47 percent. ”

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Washington Post: Senate Republicans don’t have much more credibility than Trump

“Senate Republicans, perhaps looking at some 2020 polling (e.g., an Emerson poll has as Sen. Thom Tillis down by 7 points in North Carolina) and at disapproval of President Trump’s immigration and trade policies, are trying to get him to back off two very bad moves — another doomed nomination (following two Federal Reserve picks that went down in flames), and Trump’s harebrained idea to slap tariffs on Mexico to get them to do, well, it’s not clear what, but something on asylum seekers.”

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The Hill: Tillis trails Democratic challenger by 7 points in North Carolina poll

“Tillis, one of the more endangered Senate Republicans running for reelection, trails state Sen. Erica Smith (D) 46 percent to 39 percent in an Emerson College poll released Tuesday, while 15 percent of voters are undecided.”

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The Rachel Maddow Show: Wednesday’s Campaign Roundup

A new national Emerson poll found former Vice President Joe Biden (D) leading the Democrats’ 2020 presidential field with 33% support, followed by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who had 25%. In third place, Sens. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) and Elizabeth Warren had 10% each, followed by Mayor Pete Buttigieg at 8%. No other candidate topped 3% in this poll.

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Texas Monthly: Takeaways From Emerson’s Texas Senate and Presidential Poll

This week, Emerson College released a poll of Texas that looked at a handful of issues and races in the state. The grabbiest headline in the bunch was a head-to-head poll of potential one-on-one matchups of various Democratic candidates against Donald Trump, in which the recently-announced Joe Biden topped the incumbent president by a single (well within the margin of error) point, 50-49.

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Austin-American Statesman: Presidential poll suggests 2020 Texas battleground

Democratic presidential candidates Beto O’Rourke, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are in a statistical dead heat with President Donald Trump in Texas, according to an Emerson College poll released Monday.

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CNBC: A top progressive pundit says mainstream Democrats are worried about Bernie Sanders winning the White House in 2020

The Vermont democratic socialist may have surprised the party’s establishment with his strong performance so far. He’s been polling second, behind only former Vice President Joe Biden, who has yet to enter the race. Sanders also took the lead in an Emerson poll released Tuesday. He raised more than $18 million in the first quarter of 2019, the most money of any Democratic contender. And his base of loyal followers, who made him a force in the 2016 primary, has not gone anywhere.

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USA Today: Bernie Sanders leads Joe Biden in Emerson national poll of 2020 contenders

Sen. Bernie Sanders finished ahead of Joe Biden in the first major national poll of the year that did not find the former vice president leading the pack of potential 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.

When asked whom they would support from a list of 20 candidates – including “someone else” –  29% named Sanders, and 24% named Biden in an Emerson College poll released Monday. They were trailed by South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who was the pick of 9% of likely Democratic primary voters

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Vox: Pete Buttigieg has gone from totally unknown to polling third in Iowa and New Hampshire

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