Just two months ago, Elizabeth Warren appeared to have the strongest and most consistent growth momentum in the field. Her polling broke into double digits consistently during the summer and continued rising until she pulled even with Joe Biden in October. Now, however, Reuters reports that her numbers have tumbled in their latest Ipsos poll back into single digits — and they’re not alone:
Support for Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren drops nationally by 2 percentage points to 9%, the worst showing for the U.S. senator from Massachusetts in the Reuters/Ipsos poll since August https://t.co/DoEjaCIQwe pic.twitter.com/7L8K6UvrUO
— Reuters (@Reuters) December 6, 2019
Support for U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren dropped nationally to its lowest level in four months, and nearly one in three potential Democratic primary voters say they do not know which candidate to pick with the first nominating contests less than two months away, according to a Reuters/Ipsos public opinion poll. …
Support dropped by 2 percentage points for former Vice President Joe Biden to 19%. It fell by 3 points for U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont to 14%, and it declined by 1 point to 6% for Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana.
Bloomberg, a billionaire media mogul, entered the race as the fifth-most popular candidate with 4% support.
Support for Warren dropped by 2 points to 9% in the national poll, the worst showing for the U.S. senator from Massachusetts in the Reuters/Ipsos poll since August.