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Kamala Drops Double Digits In Latest 2020 Poll

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Democratic California Sen. Kamala Harris plummeted 12 points in CNN’s latest poll for 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.

About 1,000 respondents participated in the poll, which had a +/- 3.7 margin of error, conducted between August 15 and 18.

Former Vice President Joe Biden, who remains in the lead, jumped seven points to 29%. Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders came in second with 15%, Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren came in third with 14%, and Pete Buttigieg came in third with 5%.

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The latest CNN poll also saw a drop in the importance of nominating a presidential candidate “with a strong chance of beating [President] Donald Trump” among Democratic voters from 61% in late June to 52% in August.

There was an increase in the importance of nominating a presidential candidate “who shares … positions on major issues” with Democratic voters from 30% in late June to 39% in August.

In a June 28-30 CNN poll following the second round of Democratic primary debates in Miami on June 26, Harris saw her support more than double from 8% to 17%.

Some 41% of Democratic voters who watched the debates thought Harris had the best performance on stage, while only 10% thought Biden had the best performance, according to the June poll.

An Aug. 6 Quinnipiac University poll published after the second round of Democratic presidential debates in Detroit on July 30 and 31 also shows Harris plummeting to 7%.

“Biden survives, Warren thrives and Harris dives as debate number two shakes up the primary,” Assistant Director of the Quinnipiac University Poll Tim Malloy said in a press release, adding, “Sen. Kamala Harris, whose [20%] score put her neck-and-neck with Biden in a Quinnipiac University poll July 2 after the first debate, is now a distant fourth with [7%].”

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