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NPR
1 week ago

75% of Democratic voters now say they have a favorable impression of Elizabeth Warren — a 22-point jump since January, but she and other Democrats are less popular with the overall electorate, a new NPR poll finds. https://n.pr/2UNtTWv 

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  • Replying to @NPR

    "Democrats are more popular with Democrats than with not-Democrats"

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  • Replying to @NPR

    Of course Democrats are less popular with Republicans. It’s like saying, 90% of Republicans like Trump, but he’s less popular with the overall electorate.

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  • Replying to @NPR

    NPR showing their corporate democrat bias again to make progressives sound weaker than they are.

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  • Replying to @NPR

    What does that even mean? How was it asked? Which geo areas were targeted? What was the timing and why?

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    “Less popular with the overall electorate” than with Trump? Doubt it.
    “Less popular with the overall electorate” than with Democrats? That’s not really even news, is it?

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  • Replying to @NPR

    The only one that impressed me is Mayor B.

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  • Replying to @NPR

    @DBChirpy not going to vote for anyone in their 70s. Statistics are the body begins to decline. For the job of Potus this is doubled. @dnc @SenateDems @HouseDemocrats

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  • Replying to @NPR

    Because she is the one mainstream media are pushing for. Tulsi Gabbard is being pushed out by DNC, because she doesn't have $. We are fools

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  • Replying to @NPR

    Letsgooooo

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  • Replying to @NPR

    The rest of the electorate has no idea who she is yet. As they get to know her, they will grow to like her. She is the one.

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  • Replying to @NPR

    Need to show us how tough they will be with drug addicts invading the cities.

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  • Replying to @NPR

    Terribly misleading! This is an antiquated, disproved idea. Independants lean toward a party or don't vote at all. 33% of true, non-leaning I(5-10% of electorate) vote. Energizing base is all that matters

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  • Replying to @NPR

    I guess some people like liars who will say anything to gain power and privilege

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  • Replying to @NPR

    She would lose! That’s all democrats need to know

    She would lose! That’s all democrats need to know

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  • Replying to @AndrewHektor @NPR

    The first caucus is still a long way off. The poll numbers are going to change dramatically. Obama wasn’t leading at this point in 2007 and no one gave Clinton a chance at this point in 1991. @ewarren has the best policies and she knows how to get them implemented.

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  • Replying to @dgsteiner @NPR @ewarren

    She’s not going to ever win over Trump voters the way Yang and Sanders and even Gabbard do. Bernie’s base doesn’t trust her. She would get some Biden supporters but that puts us back at 2016😅

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  • Replying to @AndrewHektor @NPR @ewarren

    No democrat will win over trump voters. If they support him they have a dark vision of America and won’t vote for a democrat. Independents will have a choice: trump or the dem. If other dem supporters don’t vote for Warren if she’s the nominee this country deserves what it gets.

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