Both Democratic contenders have strongly criticized Trump's handling of the government response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The poll, which was conducted The Economist and YouGov, surveyed 1,500 U.S. adults from March 15 to March 17.
What happened, in the end, was the senator's overemphasis on his policies and a failure to preach the underlying moral values that inspired them.
"We need to provide our families with support right now. We have no time to waste," Congressman Joe Kennedy III tweeted on Wednesday.
Early Wednesday morning, a Sanders spokesman said they would "assess the campaign" after Biden swept the primary elections.
Early voter turnout numbers were up in all three states that chose to hold primaries despite concerns caused by the growing COVID-19 pandemic.
Sanders dominated the early voting states, but he fell behind Biden after nearly all the other moderate candidates dropped out of the race before Super Tuesday.
Sanders said the money would give Americans "the assistance they need to pay their bills and take care of their families."
In recent days, the former vice president has appeared to make overtures to the progressive wing of the Democratic Party.
Andrew Yang received the second highest level of support from respondents.
Sanders savaged Biden's decades-long Senate voting record and demonstrated strength in his rhetoric on healthcare, climate change and foreign policy.
Biden vowed to pick a woman as his vice presidential running mate, while Sanders said he would want a progressive woman on the ticket.
"I am saying that you have been on the floor of the Senate time and time again, touting the need to cut Social Security, Medicare and veterans' programs," Sanders said.
Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders both accidentally called the coronavirus a virus from the past—SARS and ebola, respectively—while answering questions on the COVID-19 crisis during Sunday night's Democratic debate.
"He is undermining the doctors and scientists who are trying to help the American people," the Vermont senator said during the Democratic debate.
The debate will kick off Sunday at 8 p.m. ET and will be hosted by CNN.
Jake Tapper, Dana Bash, and Ilia Calderon will moderate the eleventh Democratic debate in Washington D.C.
"There needs to be a stimulus at an economy-wide scale to avoid the real chance of a depression," the entrepreneur tweeted.
A full 61 percent of Democratic voters said they were likely to back the former vice president.
"49% of voters say #LetTulsiDebate," the congresswoman tweeted.
More than 275,000 Georgians voted in early elections, which began on March 2. The Georgia primary has now been moved to May with growing concerns of the coronavirus.
The former vice president said Americans are demanding honesty and steady leadership that they aren't receiving from President Trump amid the ongoing pandemic.
The two candidates have very different views on health care and Florida voters support former Vice President Joe Biden's plan to that of Senator Bernie Sanders.
According to Public Policy Polling, Biden is leading Sanders in two of the senator's strongest 2016 states: Kansas and Wisconsin.
Obama won in Iowa in 2008 and 2012, but Clinton lost the state to Trump in 2016.
"I think even Republicans and moderates are gonna say you know what, we can't have four more years of this guys," Sanders told Jimmy Fallon.
And least weak may not be what it takes to beat President Donald Trump.
"The campaign will make announcements about additional details on the format and timing of the virtual events and on future events in the coming days," Biden's campaign said in a Wednesday statement.
Biden's resounding win of Michigan and its large population of blue-collar workers suggests he could take back the state that briefly went red—and that he stands a chance of beating Trump in November.