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Booker at 2% in Pennsylvania, new poll shows

Franklin & Marshall College poll has Biden leading in Pennsylvania

By David Wildstein, August 08 2019 9:34 am

Cory Booker is at 2% among registered Democrats in Pennsylvania, according to a new Franklin & Marshall College Poll released today.

Joe Biden leads Elizabeth Warren by just seven points, 28%-21%.  Bernie Sanders in third place with 12%, followed by Kamala Harris (8%) and Pete Buttigieg (6%).  The rest of the field follows Booker among a group of candidates who are polling at statistically insignificant levels.

Warren is the first choice of liberal Democrats with a 31%-16% lead over Sanders, followed by Biden (13%) and Harris (11%).  Moderate Democrats like Biden best, giving the former vice president 47% of their support.

Booker follows Andrew Yang as a second choice among registered Democrats, but by a margin that is statistically insignificant.

Pennsylvania voters give President Donald Trump an upside-down 37%-63% approval rating, with just 36% of voters saying he should be re-elected.

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