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Source: Survey USA (url)

CandidatePolitical PartyPollGraphPoll Details
BidenDemocratic33%pie
Poll Date: 2019-10-15
Number Polled: 533
Margin of Error: 7%
Voter Type: Likely
WarrenDemocratic18%
SandersDemocratic17%
HarrisDemocratic8%
OtherDemocratic16%
-UndecidedDemocratic8%

Biden Leads in California

 By: leip (I-NY) on 2019-10-22 @ 08:46:39

Question:
If there were a Democratic primary for President of the United States today where you live, which Democrat would you vote for? [Candidate names not shown to respondents in order displayed here.

About this Poll
SurveyUSA interviewed 1,600 state of CA adults 10/15/19 through 10/16/19, immediately following the CNN/NYTimes Democratic Candidate debate on 10/15/19. Of the adults interviewed, 1,242 are registered to vote in California. Of the registered voters, SurveyUSA determined that 533 were likely to vote in California's presidential primary 03/03/20, which in 2020 is held on so-called Super Tuesday. SurveyUSA has polled the state of CA in each of the past 3 months --- following the August Democratic Candidate debate, following the September Democratic Candidate debate, and today, following the October Democratic Candidate debate. To see "tracking graphs" that show SurveyUSA time-series data tracked at the sub-population, demographic level, click on a "Triangle T" where such a graphic appears on the report that follows. As is true with any opinion research report, the fewer the individual respondents in the sub-population, the larger the chance that sampling error and other error may make those estimates less precise. This election poll, like all election polls, is not designed to have predictive value, since by the time Californians vote in March, a number of current candidates may have suspended their campaigns and no longer be on the ballot. For this reason, 2nd-choice candidate preference may factor into a complete analysis of these poll results.

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