Joe Biden leads all Democratic presidential contenders among primary voters by 10 percentage points, according to a Morning Consult Poll published Monday.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is second with 21% and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., third with 15%. Biden has 31%.
The results are based on 7,178 survey interviews conducted from Dec. 20-22.
Rounding out the top five were South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg at 9% and billionaire Michael Bloomberg at 6%.
Bloomberg, the former New York City Mayor, entered the crowded race in late November but has made waves in the short time since announcing his candidacy.
The poll also found:
- 27% of Biden's supporters chose Sanders as their second choice.
- 30% of Sanders' supporters picked Warren as their second choice.
- 31% of Warren's supporters picked Sanders as their second choice.
- 74% had a favorable impression of Sanders, compared with 71% for Biden, 63% for Warren, and 50% for Buttigieg.
- Just 44% had a favorable impression of Bloomberg.
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