Movin' on up: Poll has Bloomberg gliding past Warren to No. 3 in Democratic race

Movin' on up: Poll has Bloomberg gliding past Warren to No. 3 in Democratic race
Movin' on up: Poll has Bloomberg gliding past Warren to No. 3 in Democratic race

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Democratic US presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg speaks at a campaign event in Oakland, California January 17, 2020. — Reuters pic

NEW YORK, Jan 31 — After steadily rising in popularity over the last several weeks, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg appears to have surpassed US Senator Elizabeth Warren among registered voters for the 2020 Democratic nomination, according to a Reuters/Ipsos national public opinion poll released yesterday.

The January 29-30 poll found that 12 per cent of registered Democrats and independents said they would vote for Bloomberg in the state nominating contests that begin next week in Iowa. That is up from 5 per cent in a similar poll that ran the first week of December; Bloomberg’s popularity has risen in the poll almost every week since then.

Bloomberg appears to have won over a broad coalition of potential voters, including Baby Boomers, high-income earners, rural Americans and Democrats without a college degree, according to an analysis of the last two months of Reuters/Ipsos polling.

He still trails former Vice President Joe Biden, who was supported by 23 per cent of registered voters in the poll, and US Senator Bernie Sanders, who received the backing of 18 per cent.

Warren, who has received serious consideration by many Democrats this year but recently has struggled to explain how she would pay for her Medicare for all programme, dropped 3 points to 10 per cent support.

Billionaire Tom Steyer, New York businessman Andrew Yang and former Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana, all received 4 per cent.

The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted online, in English, throughout the United States. It gathered responses from 565 people who identified as registered voters and said they were affiliated either as Democrats or independents. It has a credibility interval, a measure of precision, of 5 percentage points. — Reuters

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