Does Elizabeth Warren Neutralize Bernie Sanders As A Presidential Candidate?

It could be that Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren might neutralize Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders as a Presidential candidate.

After the first set of debates, Warren has surged in support, and is expressing much of the same message as Sanders.

In the first polls coming out after the debates, she has been shown to be ahead of Sanders in several polls.

The fact that she is younger by eight years, and comes across to many as much more pleasant and cordial and sincere than Sanders does, is a major problem for the Vermont Senator.

One gets the sense that Bernie Sanders may have reached his peak, and may be on the decline, and not just temporarily, but time will tell.

5 comments on “Does Elizabeth Warren Neutralize Bernie Sanders As A Presidential Candidate?

  1. Rustbelt Democrat July 9, 2019 12:08 pm

    Eric Swalwell is the first to drop out.

    Heard yesterday that the Need To Impeach guy may decide to jump in.

    Kentucky Democrat Amy McGrath, a former fighter pilot, is going to be challenging Mitch McConnell in 2020.

    I’ve made up my mind. I’m interested in a Biden-Warren ticket.

  2. Rational Lefty July 9, 2019 4:37 pm

    My thoughts exactly. Reminds me of the vote splitting that happens on The Voice and American Idol, when you have several country singers or when you have several R&B singers.

  3. Southern Liberal July 12, 2019 9:48 am

    New NBC poll has Biden leading, followed by Elizabeth Warren in second.

    Steve Kornacki broke down some of the polling –
    –Under age 50 – Bernie and Elizabeth Warren lead
    –Over age 50 – Biden leads
    –Biden leads with black voters

  4. Southern Liberal July 14, 2019 7:03 pm

    New matchup poll from NBC shows Biden, Sanders, and Warren beat Trump by 5 or more points.

  5. Southern Liberal July 16, 2019 6:39 pm

    Some new polling today shows that Biden struggles with white voters in Iowa and New Hampshire but does very well with black voters in South Carolina.

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