2020 Democratic Primary Candidate Recognition (June 2019)

2020 Democratic Primary Candidate Recognition (June 2019)

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CandidateHave Heard Of
Joe Biden82%
Beto O'Rourke82%
Bernie Sanders81%
Elizabeth Warren74%
Kamala Harris62%
Cory Booker58%
Julian Castro53%
Pete Buttigieg51%
Bill de Blasio51%
Kirsten Gillibrand51%
Amy Klobuchar39%
Tulsi Gabbard30%
John Hickenlooper28%
Andrew Yang23%
Eric Swalwell22%
Tim Ryan20%
John Delaney18%
Jay Inslee16%
Michael Bennet14%
Steve Bullock12%
Seth Moulton10%
Marianne Williamson10%
Wayne Messam4%

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Joe Biden78%78%86%
Beto O'Rourke81%79%84%
Bernie Sanders78%85%85%
Elizabeth Warren71%73%77%
Kamala Harris63%44%66%
Cory Booker55%50%64%
Julian Castro58%47%52%
Pete Buttigieg54%41%53%
Bill de Blasio43%41%60%
Kirsten Gillibrand48%36%57%
Amy Klobuchar42%22%41%
Tulsi Gabbard32%23%31%
John Hickenlooper25%17%33%
Andrew Yang25%17%23%
Eric Swalwell21%13%26%
Tim Ryan23%11%20%
John Delaney19%11%20%
Jay Inslee21%7%14%
Michael Bennet18%13%11%
Steve Bullock13%7%13%
Seth Moulton14%8%8%
Marianne Williamson14%7%7%
Wayne Messam4%5%3%

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categoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Joe Biden81%79%77%
Beto O'Rourke87%76%80%
Bernie Sanders89%74%74%
Elizabeth Warren80%66%69%
Kamala Harris74%53%63%
Cory Booker69%38%56%
Julian Castro70%41%60%
Pete Buttigieg73%33%54%
Bill de Blasio59%28%43%
Kirsten Gillibrand71%29%47%
Amy Klobuchar58%26%43%
Tulsi Gabbard52%15%31%
John Hickenlooper36%13%26%
Andrew Yang33%16%25%
Eric Swalwell27%9%23%
Tim Ryan31%16%23%
John Delaney26%16%17%
Jay Inslee31%11%22%
Michael Bennet19%7%22%
Steve Bullock15%10%13%
Seth Moulton23%5%15%
Marianne Williamson15%8%16%
Wayne Messam8%4%3%

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Joe Biden80%71%88%
Beto O'Rourke82%74%85%
Bernie Sanders83%74%84%
Elizabeth Warren76%59%80%
Kamala Harris70%39%68%
Cory Booker62%38%66%
Julian Castro67%39%53%
Pete Buttigieg63%31%55%
Bill de Blasio51%28%63%
Kirsten Gillibrand56%31%58%
Amy Klobuchar49%24%41%
Tulsi Gabbard41%13%32%
John Hickenlooper33%13%32%
Andrew Yang27%14%25%
Eric Swalwell25%10%27%
Tim Ryan26%12%21%
John Delaney23%14%18%
Jay Inslee26%6%15%
Michael Bennet22%8%12%
Steve Bullock14%9%12%
Seth Moulton17%7%8%
Marianne Williamson17%7%6%
Wayne Messam4%3%4%

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categoryLeaning LiberalSomewhat LiberalExtremely Liberal
Joe Biden80%85%72%
Beto O'Rourke84%87%75%
Bernie Sanders85%85%77%
Elizabeth Warren80%80%69%
Kamala Harris72%76%62%
Cory Booker63%65%59%
Julian Castro66%73%59%
Pete Buttigieg64%63%61%
Bill de Blasio55%49%50%
Kirsten Gillibrand58%56%55%
Amy Klobuchar43%54%48%
Tulsi Gabbard39%39%44%
John Hickenlooper34%34%32%
Andrew Yang18%30%30%
Eric Swalwell21%27%25%
Tim Ryan25%26%26%
John Delaney17%24%26%
Jay Inslee20%26%31%
Michael Bennet18%23%22%
Steve Bullock9%14%18%
Seth Moulton16%19%15%
Marianne Williamson4%20%22%
Wayne Messam3%3%7%

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Joe Biden90%72%66%
Beto O'Rourke89%65%73%
Bernie Sanders89%66%70%
Elizabeth Warren83%57%58%
Kamala Harris72%48%42%
Cory Booker68%43%39%
Julian Castro59%36%50%
Pete Buttigieg61%36%35%
Bill de Blasio62%34%31%
Kirsten Gillibrand62%28%34%
Amy Klobuchar48%21%27%
Tulsi Gabbard37%11%23%
John Hickenlooper37%11%16%
Andrew Yang26%14%16%
Eric Swalwell29%10%13%
Tim Ryan25%13%14%
John Delaney20%13%15%
Jay Inslee20%11%9%
Michael Bennet17%10%9%
Steve Bullock14%9%9%
Seth Moulton13%11%5%
Marianne Williamson11%11%6%
Wayne Messam4%4%4%

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Joe Biden82%81%
Beto O'Rourke81%83%
Bernie Sanders81%81%
Elizabeth Warren75%73%
Kamala Harris67%57%
Cory Booker66%52%
Julian Castro58%49%
Pete Buttigieg59%45%
Bill de Blasio59%43%
Kirsten Gillibrand58%44%
Amy Klobuchar44%35%
Tulsi Gabbard37%24%
John Hickenlooper35%22%
Andrew Yang27%19%
Eric Swalwell26%19%
Tim Ryan22%19%
John Delaney22%15%
Jay Inslee19%14%
Michael Bennet17%11%
Steve Bullock14%10%
Seth Moulton11%10%
Marianne Williamson9%10%
Wayne Messam6%3%

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