Sen. Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Ann WarrenBeam lead shrinks, Sanders and Warren near the gulf: Defense interrogations begin to begin amid a battle against the walls. Biden Allies: Warren Bites Off her Election Argument MORE (D- Massage.) Her share of support from black voters who are slowly warming to her campaign appears to be increasing.
New poll by NBC News and The Wall Street The Journal found Warren second among black voters with 1
An Economist poll – YouGov, published Wednesday, found Warren's support among black voters at 11 percent, up from 5 percent in July. And a recent poll by Politico – Morning Consult found that Warren earned 5 points among black voters.
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Biden shows signs of life here after opinion polls earlier in the cycle showed him disappearing with single digits. black voters have raised criticism from some neighborhoods that her call is limited to rich white liberals along the coast.
Democratic strategists say Warren's profits are enough to show that black voters are at least open to considering her candidacy, leaving her in the first place.
Only 9 percent of voters in the NBC-Journal poll said that their minds are definitely made up, and Warren is the first second choice for voters.  "It is expanding its coalition and this is a credit to its strategy and messages and the bottom-up campaign that has been built so far," says Democratic strategist Antjuan Mayright.
The new Choice comes after a strong week for Warren.
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Warren is the media one that has been a favorite of the race so far, earning rave reviews and glowing profiles for its political agendas and sticking around rallies for hours afterwards to take pictures with supporters.  And there are signs that she is beginning to separate from Sanders, her main rival on the left.
A NBC-Journal poll found Biden leading the way with 31 percent support, followed by Warren at 25 percent and Sanders at 14 percent. The same poll found that Warren led the field with 29 percent support from Hispanic voters, avoiding Sanders, whose campaign backed his support from Latinos as evidence of his diverse coalition.
A Iowa poll conducted by Focus on Rural America found Biden with 25 percent support and Warren with 23 percent, with Sanders moving up to fifth with 8 percent.
Warren appears to have taken advantage of the decline of several other candidates, such as South Bend, India, Mayor Pete Buttigieg Peter (Pete) Paul ButtigiegBiden lead shrinks, Sanders and Warren close the gulf: poll: Anady leads 10-point Democratic field in Florida CNN reports details of LGBTQ mayoralty MORE (D) and Sen. Kamala Harris Kamala Devi HarrisBead Lead shrinks, Sanders and Warren narrow gaps: defense negotiation polls begin to run amid wall struggles Media and candidates must be ashamed not to speak009 ] (D- 1965900 Calif.). [ 4] "I think Warren and Biden split the progressive constituency and every failed Warren was at the expense of Sanders and second-tier candidates, not Biden, whose base remains stable," says pollster Mark Penn  Mark Penn Poll: Trump's approval stable despite growing economic fears Poll: Weapon violence becomes a major issue for voters in 2020 Poll: Voters want US to stand up against China for trade MORE .
Still, Warren has a job.
Much of her support so far comes from college-educated white voters or the "professors", as some Democrats call it.
Polls routinely find Warren to lead in the area among white people and most liberal voters, and questions remain about whether she will be able to breathe enough into Biden's leadership with black voters to catch him.
Warren comes from a predominantly white state and has an Ivy League pedigree, including as a law professor at Harvard. Black voters are usually not as liberal as white voters who presented an insurmountable obstacle to Sanders in the 2016 Democratic primary against Hillary Clinton Susan Davis. Retirement Survey: Trump and the Neck with the Top Democrats in 2020 in Florida A former immigration judge has been fined, temporarily banned by the Clinton Clinton Policy Promotion Service MORE .
And many black Democrats have a tremendous sense of loyalty to Biden, the vice president of the nation's first black president. During the Obama years, Biden made frequent trips to South Carolina, where black Democrats make up more than 50 percent of the primary electorate.
The Politico-Morning Consult poll released this week found Warren with 10 percent support among black voters nationwide, up 5 points from April, but behind Biden by 31 points and Sanders by 11 points.
"People forget, not only is Joe Biden's coalition strong with African Americans, we call him middle-class Joe for no reason," said Wright, "Middle-class and working-class voters, both black and white, are always were his strength. He has a strong connection there. "
But Democrats say Warren doesn't need to be the first among black voters to be successful when the Iowa Caucuses are spinning.
Warren's support of white liberals may be enough to propel she wins in Iowa or New Hampshire, which helps her build momentum ahead of South Carolina, which is the third in a row.
Steve Kornatsky of NBC noted on Twitter that in 2004, former Secretary of State John Kerry John Forbes KerryLet Doesn't Play Charlie Brown with Iranian Lucy The Memo: Democrats Fight and finding the strongest caucus for a U.S. candidate in 2020 is the biggest challenge so far for the largest Iowa pollster MORE who was also a Massachusetts senator, a percentage of black voters in the NBC-Journal poll before Iowa Kerry won in Iowa and New Hampshire and then won 34 percent of the South Carolina black vote on the nomination and 56 percent of black voter support nationwide.
"Black voters are pragmatic and just like anyone else who wants to be a winner," said a South Carolina Democrat who said that the Warren crowds at the Palm County rallies are among the most diverse in this area. 19659041] "Sen. Warren has a lot of momentum right now. You look at the field and where the energy is, it is with it, and it seems that it is doing all the right things to take advantage of it, whether it is its suggestions, message or connecting with people one by one. Any candidate who wants to spend four hours in selfies, which is especially for many people. ”