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Biden And Warren On Top, But Voters Don't Think They Can Beat Trump

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Biden And Warren On Top, But Voters Don't Think They Can Beat Trump

Biden And Warren On Top, But Voters Don't Think They Can Beat Trump

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Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden are pulling ahead in polling of the Democratic presidential primary.

Americans aren't convinced either candidate can beat President Donald Trump next year.

Biden leads the field among likely Democratic voters with 31% support.

Warren has 25% support, according to a recent NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.

Biden is ahead among black voters, those over 65 years old, and moderate and conservative Democrats.

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