From DICKMORRIS.COM: A July 9th national poll by Monmouth University shows that 56% of Democratic primary voters would be “very” or “somewhat” likely to “consider supporting Biden for the nomination over your current choice” if he enters the race.
The survey first asked voters for whom they would vote if the primary were held now. Hillary led the field, although barely eked out a majority:
• Hillary = 51%
• Sanders = 17%
• Biden = 13%
• Webb = 1%
• O’Malley = 1%
• Undecided = 17%
Then, they asked the votes who were not voting for Biden (87% of the sample) “Joe Biden has not yet indicated whether he intends to run. If Biden does get into the race, how likely would you be to consider supporting him for the nomination over your current choice?”
The results are a real boost to Biden’s chances:
• Already for Biden = 13%
• Very likely to switch = 12%
• Somewhat likely to switch = 31%
• Not too likely = 19%
• Not at all likely = 19%
• Undecided = 6%
Source: Poll: Biden Could Get 56% Of Dem Primary Vote Against Hillary – DickMorris.com at DickMorris.com
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