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Poll: Warren 1st, Kamala 2nd among declared Democratic candidates (Original Post) Yosemito Jan 2019 OP
Delaney is a former Congressman from Maryland marylandblue Jan 2019 #1
Thanks. More than 'a guy named Delaney,' elleng Jan 2019 #2
they guy who voted for trump is out polling tulsi lol. they could be running mates nt msongs Jan 2019 #3
Did you notice what happened when the non-declared candidates were added? oberliner Jan 2019 #4
that's why the op says "among declared candidates" JI7 Jan 2019 #7
Huh? oberliner Jan 2019 #8
that's why the OP says "among declared candidates" JI7 Jan 2019 #9
Elizabeth yessss!!! InAbLuEsTaTe Jan 2019 #5
She drops to 7th place when Biden, Booker, and Bernie are included oberliner Jan 2019 #6

elleng

(133,060 posts)
2. Thanks. More than 'a guy named Delaney,'
Wed Jan 23, 2019, 12:38 AM
Jan 2019

and DUers should know that.

Yes, he has been self-funding.

 

oberliner

(58,724 posts)
4. Did you notice what happened when the non-declared candidates were added?
Wed Jan 23, 2019, 03:07 AM
Jan 2019

Joe Biden in first by a wide wide margin.

Biden is at 45 percent and no one else is in double digits.

And the top five are all men.

 

oberliner

(58,724 posts)
8. Huh?
Wed Jan 23, 2019, 06:42 AM
Jan 2019

I'm asking if the poster noticed what happened when the non-declared candidates were added. The link provided in the OP to the Emerson poll has those results as well. I was wondering what the poster (and others) thought about how much the numbers changed between those two polls.

Fascinating, if nothing else.

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