“Sanders stood atop the latest Chegg/College Pulse weekly poll of Democrat and Democrat-leaning U.S. college students with 30 percent of support.”
Here’s the bad news for these students. Bernie’s heart attack has probably ended any chance he had of getting the Democratic nomination. That may not be fair but it’s reality.
College Students Overwhelmingly Reject Joe Biden, Embrace Bernie Sanders: Poll
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders maintained his polling lead ahead of all 2020 Democratic presidential candidates among college students, while former Vice President Joe Biden was overwhelmingly ignored, according to a recent survey.
Sanders stood atop the latest Chegg/College Pulse weekly poll of Democrat and Democrat-leaning U.S. college students with 30 percent of support. He was followed by Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren with 26 percent, and Andrew Yang, who at 10 percent had the most consistent week-over-week increases in backing. Trailing back in single digits was Biden, who has seen his support among liberal college students fall dramatically from 23 percent in March to just nine percent this week.
Sanders has led the poll every week since March, although support for Warren and Yang has more than quadrupled and tripled, respectively, for their campaigns.
The weekly poll of more than 1,500 U.S. college students showed Warren picking up three percentage points since last week as Sanders held steady for the third week at 30 percent. Sanders’ highest polling percentage was in March when he held onto exactly one-third of support (33 percent) before dipping to his lowest of 24 percent in May, and again in late July before rebounding.
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