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Who’s ahead in California?

Updating average for each Democratic candidate in 2020 primary polls, accounting for each poll’s quality, sample size and recency

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President: Democratic primary, California, 2020
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2,586LV
Mar.1-2
2,586LV
Sanders
29%
Sanders
29%

Sanders

29%

Biden

21%

Bloomberg

19%

Warren

10%

Buttigieg

8%

Steyer

4%

Klobuchar

3%

Gabbard

0%
21%
BidenSanders+8
516LV
Feb.28-Mar.2
516LV
Sanders
32%
Sanders
32%

Sanders

32%

Biden

25%

Bloomberg

17%

Warren

16%

Buttigieg

5%

Klobuchar

3%

Gabbard

2%

Steyer

0%
25%
BidenSanders+7
727LV
Feb.24-Mar.2
727LV
Sanders
34%
Sanders
34%

Sanders

34%

Biden

26%

Warren

15%

Bloomberg

15%

Buttigieg

3%

Klobuchar

1%

Gabbard

1%
26%
BidenSanders+8
1,220LV
Feb.29-Mar.1
1,220LV
Sanders
43%
Sanders
43%

Sanders

43%

Warren

40%
40%
Warren  Sanders+3
1,220LV
Feb.29-Mar.1
1,220LV
Sanders
56%
Sanders
56%

Sanders

56%

Bloomberg

30%
30%
Bloomberg  Sanders+26
1,220LV
Feb.29-Mar.1
1,220LV
Sanders
48%
Sanders
48%

Sanders

48%

Biden

41%
41%
Biden  Sanders+8
1,220LV
Feb.29-Mar.1
1,220LV
Sanders
34%
Sanders
34%

Sanders

34%

Biden

22%

Warren

14%

Bloomberg

10%

Buttigieg

6%

Klobuchar

3%

Steyer

1%

Gabbard

1%
22%
BidenSanders+12
545LV
Feb.29-Mar.1
545LV
Sanders
38%
Sanders
38%

Sanders

38%

Biden

21%

Warren

16%

Bloomberg

11%

Buttigieg

7%

Klobuchar

5%

Steyer

2%

Gabbard

1%
21%
BidenSanders+17
1,411LV
Feb.27-29
1,411LV
Sanders
31%
Sanders
31%

Sanders

31%

Biden

19%

Warren

18%

Bloomberg

12%

Buttigieg

9%

Klobuchar

4%

Steyer

3%

Gabbard

1%
19%
BidenSanders+12
500LV
Feb.26-29
500LV
Sanders
35%
Sanders
35%

Sanders

35%

Bloomberg

16%

Biden

14%

Warren

12%

Buttigieg

7%

Klobuchar

5%

Steyer

3%

Gabbard

3%
16%
BloombergSanders+19
1,020LV
Feb.26-28
1,020LV
Sanders
28%
Sanders
28%

Sanders

28%

Biden

19%

Warren

18%

Bloomberg

13%

Buttigieg

9%

Klobuchar

6%

Steyer

4%

Gabbard

3%
19%
BidenSanders+9
2,276LV
Feb.26-28
2,276LV
Sanders
46%
Sanders
46%

Sanders

46%

Warren

36%
36%
Warren  Sanders+10
2,276LV
Feb.26-28
2,276LV
Sanders
57%
Sanders
57%

Sanders

57%

Bloomberg

32%
32%
Bloomberg  Sanders+25
2,276LV
Feb.26-28
2,276LV
Sanders
50%
Sanders
50%

Sanders

50%

Biden

40%
40%
Biden  Sanders+10
2,276LV
Feb.26-28
2,276LV
Sanders
34%
Sanders
34%

Sanders

34%

Warren

14%

Biden

14%

Bloomberg

12%

Buttigieg

9%

Klobuchar

3%

Steyer

3%

Gabbard

1%
14%
WarrenSanders+20
488LV
Feb.22-26
488LV
Sanders
35%
Sanders
35%

Sanders

35%

Warren

14%

Biden

13%

Bloomberg

12%

Buttigieg

7%

Klobuchar

6%

Steyer

3%

Gabbard

1%
14%
WarrenSanders+21
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