Biden, Warren, Harris and Sanders top 2020 field — CBS News Battleground Tracker poll

Joe Biden continues to be the first choice among Democratic voters across the 2020 primary states holding contests through Super Tuesday. However, rivals Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris are gaining on him and have seen increases in the number of voters at least considering them, …

Harris tops Biden in California 2020 poll

The Quinnipiac University Poll survey of Democrats and Democratic-leaning voters found that 23 percent support Harris while 21 percent support Biden. Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) are supported by 18 percent and 16 percent, respectively. More from TheHill

Where the 2020 candidates fall in latest fundraising period

So far, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg is leading with an eye-popping $24.8 million haul throughout the second quarter, followed by Biden, who raised $21.5 million in a little over two months this quarter since launching his campaign on April 25. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, …

Support for impeachment falls as 2020 heats up

But the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll shows enthusiasm for impeachment may be waning and that could leave the Democrats’ 2020 hopefuls with a voter base that sees things differently and a complicated issue to tackle as their primary campaign revs up. More from …

FOX NEWS SOUTH CAROLINA 2020 POLL LOOKS REALLY GOOD FOR JOE BIDEN

In a new Fox News poll released Thursday, Biden towered above his Democratic challengers at 35 percent, more than the share of support received by the next four leading contenders combined. Fourteen percent of South Carolina Democratic primary voters indicated support for Senator Bernie Sanders …

Biden Extends Lead in Democratic Primary

The first Democratic debate has shaken up the race for the Democratic nomination. Compared to June’s national poll, former Vice President Joe Biden extended his lead, Sen. Bernie Sanders lost ground, Sen. Kamala Harris doubled her support, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren held steady. Despite Biden …