Former Vice President Joe Biden has the most national support from black voters, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released October 24.
The survey was conducted almost one month after President Donald Trump was accused of bribing Ukraine and refusing nearly $400 million in military aid unless they agreed to investigate Biden and his son, Hunter Biden. It’s the subject of the ongoing impeachment inquiry and an accusation the president adamantly denies.
Despite the president’s attempt to examine Biden, backing from the former Vice President’s supporters has not waned, especially among black Americans, an imperative voting bloc in any Democratic presidential primary. Biden’s support remains steady at 43%.
While Biden hasn’t wavered, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has increased her popularity among backing from Black voters to 20%.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is at 12% and South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg is at 4%.