Former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders lead the pack in recent polling for potential 2020 Democratic nominees; setting the stage for another showdown between the moderate and progressive wings of the Democratic Party.
“It’s no surprise that the 76-year-old Biden and 77-year-old Sanders are ahead of the rest of the ever-expanding field of Democratic White House hopefuls, which right now stands at 14. It illustrates that polling in the 2020 race – at this very early point in the cycle – is being dominated by name recognition. Biden and Sanders have national profiles that overshadow the other contenders, including high-profile Sens. Kamala Harris of California, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Cory Booker of New Jersey,” reports Fox News.
The poll shows Biden taking the top spot with 28% of the vote and Sanders falling behind at 25%.
The former Vice President is widely expected to officially launch his 2020 presidential campaign by mid-April.
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