Former Vice President Joe Biden finds himself as the leader of another Pennsylvania Democratic primary poll, but the takeaway from this latest survey is that a majority of registered Democratic voters are undecided for the April 2020 primary.
According to a new poll from FOX43/Susquehanna Polling and Research, 52% of registered Democrats in Pennsylvania remain undecided as of today when asked which candidate would be their first choice for the party’s presidential primary. Biden leads the way with 17% supporting him and is the only candidate that surpasses double digits in the poll. Sen. Elizabeth Warren is in second place in the poll with 9%, South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg in third place with 8%, and Sen. Bernie Sanders holds 6% of the vote, putting him in fourth place. No other Democratic presidential hopeful surpassed 5% in the poll.
This specific poll surveying 307 registered Democrats in Pennsylvania, collected data from September 30 – October 6, 2019, has a margin of error of +/-5.6%.
#Pennsylvania Dem Primary:
Undecided 52%@SusquehannaPR/@fox43 9/30-10/6
— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) October 8, 2019
Biden has remained the leader in many national polls and in Pennsylvania for the Democratic primary. Biden has led in Pennsylvania centric polls from Emerson College conducted in late March, up to the most recent poll from Franklin and Marshall College conducted in August, although this is the first PA centric poll that shows a majority of Democrats undecided.
Impeachment Inquiry Support
51% of all people polled believe that Congress’s impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump has merit, while 46% view it as a political stunt and 3% remain undecided. This poll surveying 650 registered voters in Pennsylvania, collected data from September 30 – October 6, 2019, has a margin of error of +/-3.8% at the 95% confidence level.
See the full data here.