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Who’s ahead in Virginia?

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, Virginia, 2020
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731LV
Mar.1-2
731LV
Biden
36%
Biden
36%

Biden

36%

Sanders

20%

Bloomberg

20%

Warren

11%

Buttigieg

4%

Klobuchar

3%

Steyer

3%

Gabbard

0%
20%
SandersBiden+16
510LV
Mar.1-2
510LV
Biden
45%
Biden
45%

Biden

45%

Sanders

25%

Warren

13%

Bloomberg

10%

Klobuchar

4%
25%
SandersBiden+20
545LV
Mar.1-2
545LV
Biden
42%
Biden
42%

Biden

42%

Sanders

28%

Bloomberg

11%

Warren

10%

Buttigieg

1%

Klobuchar

1%

Gabbard

1%
28%
SandersBiden+14
327LV
Feb.28-Mar.2
327LV
Biden
39%
Biden
39%

Biden

39%

Sanders

24%

Bloomberg

18%

Warren

17%

Gabbard

1%

Klobuchar

0%

Buttigieg

0%

Steyer

0%
24%
SandersBiden+15
499LV
Feb.23-25
499LV
Sanders
28%
Sanders
28%

Sanders

28%

Biden

19%

Warren

17%

Bloomberg

17%

Buttigieg

12%

Klobuchar

5%

Gabbard

1%

Steyer

1%
19%
BidenSanders+9
561LV
Feb.3-24
561LV
Biden
22%
Biden
22%

Biden

22%

Sanders

17%

Bloomberg

13%

Buttigieg

8%

Warren

8%

Klobuchar

5%

Yang

5%

Steyer

1%

Bennet

0%
17%
SandersBiden+5
400LV
Feb.13-16
400LV
Bloomberg
47%
Bloomberg
47%

Bloomberg

47%

Sanders

41%
41%
Sanders  Bloomberg+6
400LV
Feb.13-16
400LV
Sanders
45%
Sanders
45%

Sanders

45%

Klobuchar

42%
42%
Klobuchar  Sanders+3
400LV
Feb.13-16
400LV
Sanders
44%
Sanders
44%

Sanders

44%

Buttigieg

42%
42%
Buttigieg  Sanders+2
400LV
Feb.13-16
400LV
Biden
51%
Biden
51%

Biden

51%

Sanders

38%
38%
Sanders  Biden+13
400LV
Feb.13-16
400LV
Bloomberg
22%
Bloomberg
22%

Bloomberg

22%

Sanders

22%

Biden

18%

Buttigieg

11%

Klobuchar

9%

Warren

5%

Gabbard

1%

Steyer

0%
22%
SandersEven
882RV
Sep.3-15
882RV
Biden
23%
Biden
23%

Biden

23%

Warren

9%

Sanders

9%

Harris

5%

Buttigieg

4%

Klobuchar

2%

Yang

2%

O'Rourke

1%

Booker

1%

Castro

1%
9%
WarrenBiden+14
1,009A
Sep.3-15
1,009A
Biden
23%
Biden
23%

Biden

23%

Warren

10%

Sanders

10%

Harris

5%

Buttigieg

4%

Yang

3%

Klobuchar

2%

Booker

1%

O'Rourke

1%

Castro

1%
10%
WarrenBiden+13
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