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Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants to be president, but a majority of her current constituents would prefer someone else.
That embarrassing reality reared its ugly head again over the weekend when Emerson Poll released a new survey of Bay State voters that shows Warren trailing behind two old white men for the presidential primary in 2020.
Emerson - Poll - Massachusetts - Finds - Vermont
“The first Emerson Poll in Massachusetts of the 2020 primary finds Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders with 26% of the vote in the Democratic field, followed by former Vice President Joe Biden at 23%, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren at 14%, May of South Bend Pete Buttigieg at 11%, former Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke at 8%, and California Senator Kamala Harris at 7%,” the pollster reports.
Older Massachusetts Democrats seemed to like Biden, while younger liberals are looking to Sanders and Warren.
Emmerson - Poll
Emmerson Poll reports:
Those 18-29 break for Sanders 52%, 15% for O’Rourke, and 10% each for Biden and Warren. Voters between the ages of 30-49 lean towards Sanders and Warren, receiving 27% and 22% respectively. Meanwhile 30% of voters in the age range of 50-64 favor Biden, Warren and Sanders follow with 14% and 13% respectively. Biden is most popular among voters over the age of 65, with the former Vice President receiving 33% of their vote. Mayor Pete follows with 16% of the vote and Sanders with 14%.
Results - Emerson - Polling - Director - Spencer
The results, according to Emerson Polling Director Spencer Kimball, “is a concern for Warren who at this time does not have a firewall in her home state, and her rival Sanders has a...
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