Biden 29% Sanders 18% Harris 6% O’Rourke 6% Warren 5% Booker 4% Buttigieg 3%’s second survey of the Democratic presidential primary race shows little change from a month ago.

Vice President Joe Biden is still on top with 29% of the primary vote. The poll of 743 Registered Democrats shows Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders in second place with 18% of the vote.

There remains a wide gap between the two leaders and the rest of the pack. California Senator Kamala Harris and  former Congressman Beto O’Rourke are both at 6%. They are trailed by Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren (5%), New Jersey Senator Cory Booker (4%), and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg (3%).

Several candidates attract 2% of the vote or less. Sixteen percent (16%) of Democratic voters are undecided (see results for all candidates). also monitors the social media chatter about the Democratic hopefuls. By that measure, on April 2, Biden is still on top. However, he has a much more modest lead over his rivals. As of that date, he is attracting far more mentions than anyone else, but 55% of the chatter is negative. However, conventional polling shows that the former Vice President is still viewed favorably by 83% of all Democrats. Sanders gets favorable reviews from 74%. releases new public opinion data every day relating to topics in the news and other items of interest. Please sign up to receive the latest data and insights each day via email.

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The national survey of 743 Registered Democratic Voters was conducted March 29-31, 2019 by and HarrisX, a polling company specializing in online surveys (see Methodology). It has a +/- 3.7 percentage point Margin of Error with a 95% level of confidence.

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