top-level candidates, including former Vice President Joe Biden Joe Biden Biden just 1 point ahead of Warren in Biden's weekly weekly poll polls 19 Democratic Field in New South Poll Carolina. Trump brags on tariffs on China as he retires MORE and Senator Bernie Sanders has declined in support over the past two weeks, with several lower-level candidates noticing a slight increase in numbers, according to the latest Hill-HarrisX poll released Wednesday.  The poll shows that 31 percent of likely Democratic voters return Biden, down 3 points from an identical poll conducted two weeks ago.
He also found declines in support for Sanders and Sen. Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Ann WarrenByden with just 1 point ahead of Warren in Biden's weekly weekly poll polls 19 points in South Carolina's new Hill Morning Report poll – Trump marvels at tariffs while admitting tariffs more MORE (D-Mass.), the only other two candidates in double digits in the poll.
Sanders support dropped 4 points to 16 percent, while Warren's support dropped 2 points to 10 percent.
Sen. Kamala Harris Kamala Devi HarrisBidon tops the Democratic field with 19 points in South Carolina's new Iowa poll attracts star political tourists from all over the world. Registry Des Moines: Harris makes a "good case" for his presidency MORE (D -Calif.) Keeps her place in fourth place, but her 7% support is down 2 points since the July 29 poll. South Bend, India, Mayor Pete Butigig Peter (Pete) Paul Butigig Professor: Court to be "last resort" Biden Peaks Democratic 19-point field in South Carolina's new Iowa poll attracts stellar political tourists by star politicians around the world MORE rounded the top five by 4 percent, down 1 point in the last two weeks.
Meanwhile, former Texas Beto Congressman O Rourke holds onto sixth place with 4 percent support, unchanged from two weeks ago.
The number of undecided voters dropped back to 10 percent after briefly dropping to 8 percent.
A handful of lower level candidates received a slight increase.
about. Steve Bullock Steve Bullock – Hill's Tomorrow's Trump Report raises tariffs on China as it retreats beyond Bullock, knocking down DNC rules after Steyer reaches the donor threshold for the autumn debate. Candidates vying to qualify for third debate as deadline approaches MORE (D-Mont.), Former San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro (D) and Senator Amy Klobuchar Amy Jean KlobucharButtigieg Releases B plan to "unleash" the potential of rural America Steyer reaches the threshold of fall donor Democratic debate Democrat sees Steyer with early above ground "advantage" in Iowa MORE (D-Minn.) All scored one point to two percent. Bestselling author Marian Williamson Marian WilliamsonCandadates is running to qualify for the third debate as the deadline approaches the Hill Campaign Report: The Democrats of 2020 challenge Trump's response to El Paso Marian Williamson: The message of love "absolutely" extends to Trump MORE which had a break point during the second round of democratic debates, saw a jump of two points to 2 percent.
The latest poll comes as a number of White House contestants in 2020 make the Iowa circles to make their case for the Coworkers.
Although the Iowa Caucasians are still six months old, virtually every candidate has appeared at the Iowa State Fair, which is considered the main stop of the presidential hope campaign on both sides of the aisle.
Many candidates are also struggling to qualify for the next round of Democratic primary debates in September.
The HillX HarrisX Poll was conducted among 451 Independent Voters and Democrat voters with a margin of error of plus or minus 4.6 percentage points.