Ahead of the fifth Democratic presidential debate on November 20, former Vice President Joe Biden is continuing to lead the 2020 presidential candidates, according to the latest polling data gathered by the New York Times on November 8.
Biden was polling at 26 percent, according to the national average. Senator Elizabeth Warren was in second with 20 percent and Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont rounded out third place with 17 percent. Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana has remained in fourth at 8 percent. Senator Kamala Harris of California was in fifth with 4 percent. Entrepreneur Andrew Yang’s national poll rating slightly increased to 3 percent.
In the bottom with 2 percent or less were Senator Amy Klobachur of Minnesota, Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey and Representative Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii.