Just under a third of President Joe Biden’s 2020 voters either support an already declared Democrat candidate or are undecided about who they would vote for in a primary, according to a poll.
The Suffolk University/ USA Today poll released Wednesday shows that 67 percent of Democrats who voted for Biden in 2020 want the president to win the Democrat nomination.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the son of the late U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy, holds the support of 14 percent of 2020 Biden voters. The number could climb in subsequent surveys as he officially launched his candidacy on Wednesday in Boston, Massachusetts, after the poll came out.
Suffolk County Political Research Center Director David Peleologos told USA Today that “Kennedy, although a long shot at this point, starts in double digits and can’t be ignored.”
Another five percent of Biden voters back Marianne Williamson, who in March became the first Democrat to enter the fray. She told Breitbart News over the weekend that Biden, who has not yet formally announced a reelection bid, “hasn’t done enough” for working-class Americans.
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