Elizabeth Warren enjoyed a major surge following Joe and Hunter Biden’s respective scandals in the last few weeks.
Now, it seems as though her luck has run out. The latest National Emerson College poll shows that her winning streak is over, and she’s fallen to third place again, behind Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders.
It Doesn’t Look Good
Breitbart News reports:
The post-debate survey, taken October 18-21, 2019, among 430 Democrat primary voters, shows Biden regaining his frontrunner status with 27 percent support. Sanders, who has struggled in recent national polls, saw a spike, jumping to second place with 25 percent support. The survey shows the Massachusetts senator dropping to third place with 21 percent support.
Bernie Sanders’ precipitous rise may be due to securing the much-coveted endorsement of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and the support of Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), who will be joining him on the campaign trail this weekend in Detroit.
Joe Biden is still holding onto the lead in most polls, despite the waves of scandal surrounding his son, Hunter Biden.
Along with Warren’s dramatic fall from glory, Kamala Harris has also fallen off the map after enjoying a surge in popularity earlier this summer.
Is Warren done?
All may not be lost for Warren, as Fox News reports that Warren is experiencing a small surge in South Carolina.
According to a new poll from Monmouth University, Biden’s numbers stand at 33%, down from 39% in Monmouth’s last survey, conducted in July.
According to the report, “Warren stands at 16 percent in the survey, a jump of 7 points from July.”
Another survey, conducted by CNN, placed Warren 3 points ahead of Sanders among Democrat and Democratic-leaning voters, and 15 points behind Biden, who still sits at 34%.
Although Warren is generating some buzz, she has yet to secure any major endorsements, something that may be holding her back.
Many younger voters are following Ocasio-Cortez’s lead and jumping on the Bernie train. Warren has failed to corner that market, which could have major consequences in the long run.