China News Service, February 26th. According to the US Chinese website, on the 25th local time, a poll published by Reuters / Ipsos showed that the Democratic presidential primary election in the US presidential election, and Vermont senator Sanders on the former vice president Biden's advantage has further expanded, and the support of the African-American voters in the party for the two is also being reversed. This is undoubtedly worse for Biden.
Data map: On February 2, local time, the Democratic Party of the United States Democratic Party, former Vice President Biden campaigned in Des Moines, the capital of Iowa. Photo by China News Agency reporter Chen Mengtong
Polls show that 26% of the respondents said they would vote for Sanders in the primaries. Former New York Mayor Bloomberg and Biden tied for 15%. This was followed by Warren of Massachusetts Senator and Buta Jugi, former Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, at 10% each.
It is reported that in this poll, what particularly disturbed Biden was that he seemed to be losing support from African-Americans. 26% of African-American respondents said they support Sanders, which is 7 percentage points higher than the last poll. Bloomberg also saw a surge in support among African-Americans. He received 20% African-American support, an increase of 10%.
Biden's situation is not optimistic. Although his approval rate among African Americans is also 23%, it is 10% lower than the last poll.
With Sanders leaping along the way and winning the Nevada primaries, 26% of poll respondents believe that he is the most likely candidate to eventually win the presidency. Bloomberg and Biden ranked second and third. In a poll of the mock simulation with Trump, all three of them had an advantage over Trump.
At present, Biden, which lacks outstanding performance in the first three state primaries, is under pressure to win in the South Carolina primaries on the 29th. In the state, African-American voters account for more than half of Democratic registered voters. African-Americans have always supported Biden, and it is also regarded as one of the basic formulas for their presidential election.
But for now, Biden's election in South Carolina is not optimistic. An NBC / Marist Academy poll released on the 25th showed that his lead in the state over Sanders is narrowing. Biden's approval rating is 27%, and Sanders is close behind with 23%.
A similar situation is happening in North Carolina, next door to South Carolina. North Carolina is one of the states to hold the primaries on "Super Tuesday" on March 3. The latest polls show that Sanders, who has won several battles, is approaching Biden with strong momentum, making the state's primaries suspenseful.
In addition, public policy polls released on the 25th showed that Biden's lead in the state is shrinking, with his approval rate of 23%, leading Sanders by a slight advantage of 3 percentage points.