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Who’s ahead in Texas?

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, Texas, 2020
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1,208LV
Mar.1-2
1,208LV
Sanders
28%
Sanders
28%

Sanders

28%

Biden

27%

Bloomberg

20%

Warren

12%

Buttigieg

5%

Klobuchar

3%

Steyer

3%

Gabbard

0%
27%
BidenSanders+1
300LV
Feb.27-Mar.2
300LV
Biden
30%
Biden
30%

Biden

30%

Sanders

28%

Bloomberg

20%

Warren

15%

Buttigieg

4%

Klobuchar

3%

Gabbard

1%

Steyer

0%
28%
SandersBiden+2
486LV
Feb.24-Mar.2
486LV
Sanders
35%
Sanders
35%

Sanders

35%

Biden

25%

Bloomberg

16%

Warren

9%

Buttigieg

5%

Klobuchar

3%

Gabbard

1%
25%
BidenSanders+10
450LV
Feb.29-Mar.1
450LV
Sanders
31%
Sanders
31%

Sanders

31%

Biden

26%

Bloomberg

16%

Warren

14%

Buttigieg

5%

Klobuchar

4%

Gabbard

3%

Steyer

2%
26%
BidenSanders+5
833LV
Feb.26-Mar.1
833LV
Sanders
31%
Sanders
31%

Sanders

31%

Biden

20%

Bloomberg

14%

Warren

13%

Buttigieg

7%

Klobuchar

5%
20%
BidenSanders+11
635LV
Feb.27-29
635LV
Sanders
30%
Sanders
30%

Sanders

30%

Biden

26%

Warren

17%

Bloomberg

13%

Klobuchar

6%

Buttigieg

6%

Steyer

1%

Gabbard

0%
26%
BidenSanders+4
556LV
Feb.23-27
556LV
Sanders
34%
Sanders
34%

Sanders

34%

Biden

19%

Bloomberg

15%

Warren

10%

Buttigieg

8%

Klobuchar

3%

Steyer

1%

Gabbard

1%
19%
BidenSanders+15
1,050RV
Feb.23-27
1,050RV
Sanders
35%
Sanders
35%

Sanders

35%

Biden

18%

Bloomberg

16%

Warren

8%

Buttigieg

8%

Klobuchar

3%

Steyer

2%

Gabbard

1%
18%
BidenSanders+17
513LV
Feb.23-27
513LV
Sanders
30%
Sanders
30%

Sanders

30%

Biden

21%

Bloomberg

21%

Warren

13%

Buttigieg

9%

Klobuchar

5%

Steyer

1%

Gabbard

1%
21%
BidenSanders+9
387LV
Feb.22-26
387LV
Sanders
29%
Sanders
29%

Sanders

29%

Biden

20%

Bloomberg

18%

Warren

15%

Buttigieg

8%

Klobuchar

3%

Steyer

1%

Gabbard

0%
20%
BidenSanders+9
527LV
Feb.21-26
527LV
Sanders
26%
Sanders
26%

Sanders

26%

Biden

20%

Bloomberg

20%

Warren

11%

Buttigieg

6%

Klobuchar

2%

Steyer

2%

Gabbard

1%

Patrick

1%

Bennet

0%
20%
BidenSanders+6
586LV
Feb.17-26
586LV
Sanders
29%
Sanders
29%

Sanders

29%

Bloomberg

21%

Biden

19%

Warren

10%

Buttigieg

8%

Klobuchar

4%

Gabbard

1%

Steyer

1%
21%
BloombergSanders+8
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