How’s Everyone Doing? | Ella T. Lifset

How’s Everyone Doing?

Ella T. Lifset

Even after plenty of debates, dozens of proposed plans, and countless news headlines, it’s hard to keep the Democratic presidential candidates’ polling numbers straight. As February 3, 2020, the day of the Iowa Democratic caucus, continues to draw closer, presidential hopefuls are beginning to make their last attempts to win over Iowa, and in turn, the rest of the nation. Here is a brief guide on how the Democratic candidates are polling in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and the nation: 

Iowa Caucus:

Biden: 15%

Sanders: 20%

Warren: 17%

Buttigieg: 16%

Klobuchar: 6%

Yang: 5%

Steyer: 2%

Gabbard: 2%

Bloomberg: 1%

Other/Undecided: 16%

Source: Des Moines Register, CNN. January 2020.

 

New Hampshire:

Biden: 15%

Sanders: 16%

Warren: 10%

Buttigieg: 12%

Klobuchar: 5%

Yang: 6%

Steyer: 3%

Gabbard: 5%

Bloomberg: --

Other/Undecided: 28%

Source: Boston Globe. January 2020.

 

South Carolina:

Biden: 27%

Sanders: 20%

Warren: 19%

Buttigieg: 9%

Klobuchar: 2%

Yang: 2%

Steyer: 5%

Gabbard: 4%

Bloomberg: 3%

Other/Undecided: 9%

Source: Post and Courier. December 2019.

 

National:

Biden: 27%

Sanders: 20%

Warren: 19%

Buttigieg: 7%

Klobuchar: 3%

Yang: 3%

Steyer: 1%

Gabbard: 2%

Bloomberg: 5%

Other/Undecided: 13%

 

Source: The Economist. January 2020.