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A new national poll from Harvard-Harris shows Hillary Clinton leading the 2020 race against all other Democrat candidates – you know, the ones who are actually running.
According to 21% of Democrats polled, their top choice for 2020 is Hillary.
Joe Biden is second place in the poll, at 20% favorability of the Democrats polled.
See for yourself:
Of course, in recent days, Hillary has seemed to be flirting with the idea of running herself.
Steve Bannon and ex-Clinton strategist Dick Morris seems to think she's going to jump in any day now.
So, the question remains: is Hillary up for a re-match (and second loss) against President Trump?
The New York Post has more details on the poll showing Hillary leading the Democrat race:
A new poll of registered Democrats has Hillary Clinton as their top choice for the 2020 Democratic Party presidential nomination — and she’s not even running.
The online Harris Poll survey released by the Center for American Political Studies at Harvard found that Clinton placed first with 21% of the vote, followed closely by former Vice President Joe Biden at 20%, Sen. Bernie Sanders at 12%, Sen. Elizabeth Warren at 9% and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg at 7%.
It polled 1,859 voters and was conducted between Nov. 27 and 29 of this year.
Pollsters also surveyed respondents without Clinton in the race — and Biden came out first, with 29% of the vote, followed by Sanders at 16% and Warren at 13%.
The Washington Times also said:
She’s not running for president — yet — but Hillary Clinton was the top choice for Democratic voters in the Harvard-Harris national poll released last week.
Mrs. Clinton drew 21%, followed by former Vice President Joseph R. Biden with 20%, when registered Democrats were asked whom they would support for the 2020 party presidential nod if she and former Secretary of State John Kerry were added to the mix.
Placing third in the hypothetical race was Vermont Sen. Bernard Sanders at 12%, followed by Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren at 9% and ex-New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg at 7%.