Chinanews.com, February 27th. According to the US Chinese website, the latest polls show that despite the opponent ’s onslaught during the debate, the Democratic Party presidential candidate and Vermont senator Sanders still have the support of voters from all walks of life. The winner of the California Democratic primary.
Data map: US Democratic presidential candidate, Vermont Senator Sanders. Photo by Zhang Weiran, China News Agency
According to reports, after the primary debate in Iowa, New Hampshire, and especially Nevada, in California, Sanders won 37% of Democratic primary voters, ranking first.
Followed by Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren with a 20% approval rating; former Vice President Joe Biden's approval rating is 12%; and former Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, Buttigieg's approval rating 11%.
Billionaire Bloomberg ranked fifth with a 6% approval rating, and his ubiquitous campaign ads have been flooded with California television broadcasts for weeks.
It is reported that Sanders continues to show a huge advantage among Hispanic voters in California, with 42% of Hispanic voters saying they plan to vote for him, and 13% of Hispanic voters say they will vote for Biden or Buttigieg.
At the same time, Sanders also dominates California's African American voters, with 35% supporting him and only 27% supporting Warren and Biden.
Sade Couser, head of the Department of Political Science at the University of California, San Diego, said Sanders' election campaign four years ago was showing results.
It is reported that Sanders is the only Democratic presidential candidate to have run in California. In 2016 he lost to former Secretary of State Hillary by 46% to 53%.
Four years later, Sanders' campaign team developed a strong Latin outreach plan. They also produced a video designed to let independent voters who are not registered with any political party vote for him.
It is reported that California will hold a primary election with 13 other states in "Super Tuesday" on March 3. Because the primary election of many states on this day, it has a significant impact on the election of each candidate.