Of the 10 candidates who have qualified for September's televised debates, Yang and Klobuchar have the lowest name recognition (48 percent and 46 percent, respectively), meaning they potentially have the greatest opportunity to gain new support if they perform well on the debate stage.
Survey numbers indicated that previous supporters of Biden, a moderate, might be flipping to Warren and Sanders, two of the most progressive candidates in the race, rather than opting for less left-wing alternatives.
Former state House candidate John Streeter compared the two candidates after one of Biden's New Hampshire speeches Friday, according to Politico.
But for Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, this is new territory.
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An unnamed campaign official told The Examiner, "poll after poll also confirms that, because of the high stakes of this election, Democratic primary voters are the most energized about a nominee who can take on and defeat Donald Trump and the atrocious values he represents, and win the battle we're in for the soul of this nation".
But, it seems like Biden has nothing to be anxious about, since he has already qualified for the third Democratic debate despite the drop in supporters. Based on a well-regarded poll that surveys over 17,000 registered voters each week.
"It's important to keep in mind this is just one snapshot from one poll". U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris of California was fourth with 8 percent. "But it does raise warning signs of increased churning in the Democratic nomination contest now that voters are starting to pay closer attention". "No, we're not. I get it and I understand that it's an easy metric to measure or to view", said deputy campaign manager Pete Kavanaugh.
The Monmouth poll is one of those approved by the Democratic National Committee for deciding which candidates qualify for primary debates.