Quinnipiac University went to the Golden State, site of the March 3rd primary that will yield the largest first ballot delegate count in the country (416), in order to test Democratic preference. Their poll was conducted over the July 10-15 period and featured a respondent pool totaling 1,125 individuals, but only 519 identified themselves as likely Democratic primary voters. Therefore, for a state the size of California, this is a small primary electorate sample.
Nevertheless, the results post home state Sen. Kamala Harris to a small, but significant, 23-21% edge over former Vice President Joe Biden with Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) posting 18 and 16%, respectively. South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg falls back here with only 3% support.
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