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When those three candidates are placed against President Donald Trump in a hypothetical general election in the Emerson poll, all of them wind up statistically tied within the survey's 3 percent margin of error.
But that support could dry up if the Democratic Party nominates Elizabeth Warren for president, CNBC reports after interviewing "several big-money Democratic donors and fundraisers in the business community".
Biden has said he opposes super PACs, but news that his supporters may rely on unlimited fundraising in an effort to propel him to the nomination served as a contrast to Warren's approach and comments about her from Wall Street.
Though young and non-white Democratic and independent voters have largely favorable opinions of Warren, her support from these groups lags other candidates.
Susan Clark, 59, and her friend Amy Chastain, 43, said Warren's rally at the University of Iowa in Iowa City was the first political event they have attended this cycle.
2020 Democrat presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren appeared flustered on the campaign trail after a reporter asked her about her ethics plan. In May, just 12% said Warren would be their backup choice. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, whose support falls from 24 percent to 22 percent within that span. Kamala Harris drew 3% support, and no other candidate was above 2%.
Warren said she would reinstate the OTA, boost salaries and establish a "Lobbying Defense Trust Fund", using taxes on excessive lobbying, to bolster existing congressional research agencies.
Virginia Carter, 64, said she recently "turned the corner" on Ms. Warren after giving South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg a good look, citing her debate performance and the energy she exudes on the stump. "But if I say to you, that right now you're paying $20,000 a year in a tax called a premium for insurance companies".
Mr. Kranowksi said he had low expectations for Ms. Warren after she struggled with her claims of American Indian heritage and listening to people from MA vent about how they "despised her".
Quinnipiac said it surveyed 1,337 self-identified registered voters nationwide from September 19-23 with a margin of error of 3.2 percentage points, and its survey included 561 Democratic voters and independent voters who lean Democratic with a margin of error of 4.9 percentage points.