In the poll, released by CNN and the Des Moines Register on Saturday night, the former DE senator and vice-president led the 23-strong Democratic field in the early voting state by eight clear points.
The poll also found that Biden's "supporters are less apt than others to say they are "extremely enthusiastic" about him (29% vs. 39% for backers of all other candidates, and 43% among those backing his nearest competition in Sanders, Warren or Buttigieg)".
The Vermont senator Bernie Sanders was second with 16%, ahead of MA senator Elizabeth Warren with 15% and Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, with 14%. "I think those of us within the LGBTQ community are perhaps among the most amazed".
The poll was taken between June 2 and June 5, before Biden flip-flopped on his stand on the Hyde Amendment, which bans federal funds for most abortions.
The drop off for support of other candidates is steep as no other Democratic presidential hopeful cracks double digits.
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That makes the results of this poll not directly comparable to past polls of the presidential field, the Register said. Just five of the 23 candidates in the race registered more than 2% support while nine candidates - including Sen.
Buttigieg, a relative newcomer to the national stage and virtual nobody just 5 months ago, said he was excited about his polling but maintained it was still early in the race.
Biden is still the front-runner with 24 percent of the support of likely caucus-goers, but that's down from December's survey when he registered 32 percent of support, the survey said.
"Even though I think this president is as hostile to black America as any we have seen in modern times, there was some potency to his line when he said, 'What do you have to lose?' I think there is this sense of expectation of black and brown voters that we just kind of count of them and assume they will support Democrat", Buttigieg said.
Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said on Sunday that with such a large field of primary candidates, "nobody" is going to get 50 percent of the caucus vote in Iowa.