Transcript for Which Democratic candidate had the biggest surge in popularity?
The prime act quickly approaching so let's look at which contenders Democrats like that. Which isn't necessarily this AM as who they want to win. Icicles can only tell us so much so times to get a glimpse into how a race may change. It helps to look at polls that ask whether voters have a favorable or favorable opinion of each candidate. Candidates have gotten a lot better known but their favorability of hasn't exactly kept pace since last year the shared Democrats who have an opinion either positive or negative Amy Klobuchar. Has gone up twenty points but her net favorability. Heat. On the other hand he blew the judge has become considerably better liked over the campaign. Said most of that upswing in net favorability came between winter and spring at 2090. But Andrew Yang has also seen a surge in net favorability. And it's only gone up as he'd gotten better now in fact he's now tied with dated Katz for the fourth best net favorability rating. Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren and Joseph bite and are currently the three most popular candidates. That's hardly a surprise and there also the three candidates most likely to win the nomination. According to 530 its primary forecast. More and has bounced around a bit Sanders has basically stayed this AM and I didn't has actually seen a drop in its net paper abilities and last year. Still and that's important. Well vote in primaries are open to changing their minds that they do you they'll probably jumped to a candidate they all life. We know from these polls that voters have positive views of multiple candidates so one of the front runners starts when he early states. It's possible that many supporters of the others will jump on the bandwagon. For more health favorably Americans feel about each of the candidates and where the state comes run. Make this article on I 38 dot com. And for more videos remember to subscribe to our channel on need to.
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