Zogby Analytics (released 9/12; 834 likely US voters; 356 likely Democratic presidential primary voters) released what could be the first 2020 Democratic presidential primary poll. Though the sample size is too small (356) to be considered a reliable national survey, the results are still interesting to peruse. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, not surprisingly, leads the group with 28% support from within the tiny sample sector. Former Vice President Joe Biden draws 17%, followed by Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren who has 12% support. Those in single-digits are Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg (7%), California Sen. Kamala Harris (6), and New York Senator and Governor, Kirsten Gillibrand and Andrew Cuomo, respectively, (3). Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe bring up the rear with 1% support apiece.
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