According to a recent poll, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has surpassed Senator Elizabeth Warren, putting him in third place Nationally. Warren has been campaigning for almost a year now and was struggling to keep up with Biden and Sanders. I guess it makes a huge difference when you have Billions at your disposal.
More from Breitbart:
Quinnipiac’s results, taken February 5-9, 2020, among 665 Democrat and Democrat-leaning independent voters, show a “dramatic shift” in the Democrat primary race, with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) leading Joe Biden (D) by eight percentage points — 25 percent to 17 percent.
Most notably, Bloomberg, who made a late entry into the race and has yet to participate in a single Democrat debate, has risen to third place nationally with 15 percent support. The billionaire edged out Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), who dropped to fourth place nationally with 14 percent support.
#NEW National Quinnipiac Poll:
Everyone else 2% or less
— Political Polls (@PpollingNumbers) February 10, 2020
“Biden scrambles to bounce back in frigid New Hampshire after an icy slide to 17 percent, his lowest national number. Is the Bloomberg camp prepping the white horse for him to ride to the rescue? Maybe not yet, but without setting foot in Iowa or New Hampshire, he is suddenly a looming shadow over the primary field” -Poll Analyst Tim Malloy
Joe Biden has lost his electability putting him at only 17 percent which is an 8 percent drop. He seems to have lost the confidence of the American people, which is a huge advantage for Sanders in the upcoming Primaries.
Joe Biden's performance has quote, “hurt the perception of what was his biggest strength – electability”
This doesn't come as a surprise.
New Quinnipiac University poll shows Biden taking a massive hit on electability.
Before Iowa: 44% of Democrats said Biden was the most likely to beat Trump.
Now: Just 27% of Democrats say so.
Sanders, Bloomberg, Buttigieg saw gains.https://t.co/yUO4DDxopf pic.twitter.com/S8b7bWRjjk
— Kevin Robillard (@Robillard) February 10, 2020
This Poll will likely have presidential Dems kicking it into high gear, as it shows their place in the race is by no means secure. But it is going to be an uphill battle at least when it comes to keeping up with Bloomberg's spending. Bloomberg has dumped over $300 million into political advertising and plans to continue to waste millions in his futile attempt to beat President Trump.