Democratic Presidential Primary Vote Choice (June 2019)

Democratic Presidential Primary Vote Choice (June 2019)

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Joe Biden23%
Beto O'Rourke15%
Elizabeth Warren14%
Bernie Sanders12%
Pete Buttigieg8%
Kamala Harris5%
Julian Castro3%
Tulsi Gabbard3%
Cory Booker1%
John Delaney1%
Kirsten Gillibrand1%
Jay Inslee1%
Amy Klobuchar1%
Eric Swalwell1%
Michael Bennet0%
Steve Bullock0%
Bill de Blasio0%
John Hickenlooper0%
Wayne Messam0%
Tim Ryan0%
Marianne Williamson0%
Andrew Yang0%
Someone else1%
Anyone/Any of them3%
No one/None of them1%
Don't know/No opinion7%

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categoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Joe Biden12%32%24%
Beto O'Rourke14%18%17%
Elizabeth Warren19%6%18%
Bernie Sanders15%18%9%
Pete Buttigieg11%3%7%
Kamala Harris6%4%5%
Julian Castro4%3%3%
Tulsi Gabbard2%1%2%
Cory Booker0%1%1%
John Delaney0%0%0%
Kirsten Gillibrand2%0%1%
Jay Inslee1%0%1%
Amy Klobuchar0%1%1%
Eric Swalwell0%1%0%
Michael Bennet0%0%1%
Steve Bullock1%0%0%
Bill de Blasio0%0%0%
John Hickenlooper0%1%0%
Wayne Messam0%0%0%
Tim Ryan0%1%1%
Marianne Williamson0%0%0%
Andrew Yang0%1%0%
Someone else0%0%0%
Anyone/Any of them7%0%3%
No one/None of them0%2%0%
Don't know/No opinion4%8%7%

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categoryLeaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Joe Biden23%25%9%
Beto O'Rourke14%15%9%
Elizabeth Warren12%19%26%
Bernie Sanders8%10%21%
Pete Buttigieg8%9%11%
Kamala Harris6%8%4%
Julian Castro6%1%3%
Tulsi Gabbard8%0%0%
Cory Booker0%2%1%
John Delaney0%0%0%
Kirsten Gillibrand2%0%1%
Jay Inslee0%0%0%
Amy Klobuchar1%1%0%
Eric Swalwell1%0%3%
Michael Bennet0%1%0%
Steve Bullock2%0%0%
Bill de Blasio0%0%0%
John Hickenlooper0%1%0%
Wayne Messam0%0%1%
Tim Ryan0%1%1%
Marianne Williamson0%0%0%
Andrew Yang0%0%0%
Someone else0%0%0%
Anyone/Any of them2%2%4%
No one/None of them0%0%0%
Don't know/No opinion8%5%7%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Joe Biden22%34%18%
Beto O'Rourke14%18%18%
Elizabeth Warren19%10%8%
Bernie Sanders13%10%12%
Pete Buttigieg14%2%4%
Kamala Harris3%7%3%
Julian Castro1%0%9%
Tulsi Gabbard1%4%4%
Cory Booker0%0%2%
John Delaney0%0%2%
Kirsten Gillibrand1%0%1%
Jay Inslee1%0%1%
Amy Klobuchar1%0%1%
Eric Swalwell1%0%2%
Michael Bennet1%0%0%
Steve Bullock0%0%1%
Bill de Blasio1%0%0%
John Hickenlooper0%0%1%
Wayne Messam0%0%1%
Tim Ryan1%1%0%
Marianne Williamson0%0%0%
Andrew Yang0%1%0%
Someone else1%0%0%
Anyone/Any of them3%1%4%
No one/None of them1%0%1%
Don't know/No opinion4%12%6%

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categoryMaleFemale
Joe Biden22%24%
Beto O'Rourke12%17%
Elizabeth Warren11%17%
Bernie Sanders13%11%
Pete Buttigieg9%6%
Kamala Harris6%4%
Julian Castro3%3%
Tulsi Gabbard5%1%
Cory Booker1%1%
John Delaney0%1%
Kirsten Gillibrand2%0%
Jay Inslee0%1%
Amy Klobuchar0%1%
Eric Swalwell2%0%
Michael Bennet0%0%
Steve Bullock0%0%
Bill de Blasio1%0%
John Hickenlooper0%0%
Wayne Messam0%0%
Tim Ryan1%0%
Marianne Williamson0%0%
Andrew Yang0%0%
Someone else2%0%
Anyone/Any of them2%3%
No one/None of them1%1%
Don't know/No opinion6%7%

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