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Biden, Warren, Sanders stay on top; health is already a problem for Sanders: POLL
Berne Sanders, Vermont Health creates concern for Democrats, former Vice President Joe Biden predominates in elegance and strong leadership, and Massachusetts sister Elizabeth Warren is competitive in mental acuity and "needing change" can help shape their party's presidential contest.
These three continue to lead the current preference for the Democratic nomination, with 27% support for Biden, 21% for Warren and 19% for Sanders among Democrats and Independent Democrats, in a new ABC News / Washington Post poll.
South Bend, Mayor of India Pete Butigig outlines one blow down with 7% support, replacing California Senator Kamala Harris. It went from 1
1% in July to 7% in September and 2% in this survey prepared for ABC News by Langer Research Associates.
See PDF for full results, charts and tables.
This ranking reflects a new high for Warren in the ABC / Post studies; it had 11% support in July and 17% in September. Support for Biden and Sanders has been stable throughout the period, with no losses to either, but also to progress.