It's still bernie and biden at the top of the latest marquette law school poll... almost 60 percent of those identifying as democrats or independents in wisconsin... pick one of the two as their choice to earn the democratic nomination.... eric franke takes a closer look at the latest poll numbers.
Mark and susan..
That was a poll of some 411 respondents... asked who would be their top choice in 2020 among the democratic field... the poll also asked all 800 participants, if they would vote for president trump in 2020..
28 percent said definitely..
14 percent said probably... but the 54 percent..
Were on the other side of the ledger... then looking at strictly democrats or independents..
32 percent go with bernie sanders, 29 percent to joe biden..
Only senators elizabeth warren, kamala harris and former congressman beto o'rourke made double digits in the crowded field.
(((charles franklin@133035: see some give up in the fall as their campaigns don't get traction or they run out of money or whatever, and then we'll see rapid scrambling of the field as we get into the late fall in november december...and when the primaries and caucuses actually begin in the new year."
133053))) in january... sanders biden and warren also topped the list... biden was at 32 percent back then, sanders at 23 percent..
That flip of the numbers is well-timed... as he arrives in the state on friday, he'll hold a rally in madison at james madison park at 5pm..
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Sanders won the wisconsin primary in 2016, but lost the nomination to hilary clinton, mark and susan.