Kamala Harris enjoyed a bump in support after the 1st Democrat debates when she took on Joe Biden but that's pretty much gone.
The exchange she had with Tulsi Gabbard over her record as an attorney general really damaged her. According to a new poll, Harris is only getting 1% of support from black Democrats.
August 6, 2019 – Warren Up, Harris Down, But Biden Leads Among US Democrats Quinnipiac University National Poll Finds; 14 Dems Have Less Than 1%
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren's the big winner in the 2nd round of Democratic presidential debates, but former Vice President Joseph Biden retains his front-runner status with 32% of Democrats and independent voters who lean Democratic, according to a Quinnipiac University National Poll released today.
Senator Elizabeth Warren has 21% among Democrats, with 14% for Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and 7% for California Senator Kamala Harris.
This compares to results of a July 29 survey by the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh- pe-ack) University National Poll, showing Biden with 34%, Warren with 15%, Harris with 12% and Sanders with 11%.
In today’s results:
– Biden gets 47% of black Democrats, with 16% for Sanders, 8% for Warren and 1% for Harris;
– Women Democrats go 31% for Biden, 24% for Warren, 10% for Sanders and 7% for Harris;
– Very liberal Democrats go 40% for Warren, 20% for Sanders, 19% for Biden and 7% for Harris;
– Somewhat liberal Democrats go 28% for Biden, 20% for Warren, 14% for Sanders and 10% for Harris;
– Moderate/conservative Democrats go 43% for Biden, 11% for Warren, 9% for Sanders and 4% each for Harris and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg.