This Democrat Just Plummeted in Recent National 2020 Election Poll

While the Democrats are busy doing their best to remove President Trump from office, they doing damage to their own party as well. In bringing up all this propaganda against President Trump, they've exposed themselves more than anything else, especially Joe Biden.

We wouldn't even be talking about Joe Biden and Ukraine or even his son had it not been for the Democrats stirring the pot.

With the Senate still under the control of the Republican Party, this impeachment isn't going to go anywhere and all it's going to do is seal the deal for Trump.

But Democrats are becoming more and more worried about Biden given the supposed scandals involving both Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden, and their business interests within Ukraine which have also been proven to be a conflict of interest.

As a result of Americans becoming very leary and more aware of the Bidens' dealing with Ukraine, he has found himself plummeting in the polls once again.

A new national survey shows Elizabeth Warren now sitting atop the 2020 Democratic field, further cementing her ascendancy in the party’s presidential primary after a pair of polls reported her leading in the first two primary states.

Twenty-seven percent of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents polled by Quinnipiac University said they favor Warren, according to a survey released Wednesday morning. Twenty-five percent said they prefer former Vice President Joe Biden.

Although the Massachusetts senator’s edge falls within the survey’s margin of error, Biden’s formidable lead over the rest of the field has crumbled since the last Quinnipiac national poll in August, which showed him with 32 percent support and Warren with 19 percent support.

Warren has been on the rise lately but she could blow it at any moment, just as Biden seems to be doing and as Buttigieg has done.

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