Nearly twice as many supporters of the president said they are "very enthusiastic" about their candidate, compared to those backing the former vice president.
Democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders joined state lawmakers in New York and California in calls to freeze and forgive rent payments, as millions of Americans struggle to make ends meet under coronavirus lockdown.
"These accusations are false," said Deputy Campaign Manager and Communications Director Kate Bedingfield.
Most every Democrat and progressive will support Biden, regardless of who is selected #2. But the real Democratic imperative is to win back the large number of blue collar voters who abandoned Hillary in 2016.
"He said he was going to be a wartime chief and commander during this period, but he hasn't done what is rational to do," the former vice president told Jimmy Kimmel.
2020 has become the COVID-19 Election. How Trump handles the crisis—and how he is perceived to handle it—will likely determine whether he is re elected.
Cortez Masto became the first U.S. Latina Senator in 2017.
Although the New York governor is not running for the Democratic nomination, more people are putting their odds on him over the senator from Vermont.
Bernie Sanders' campaign said earlier this week that the senator would take on the former vice president again if a debate is held in April.
A 63 percent majority of Americans say they don't view the president as religious, but a 55 percent majority of U.S. adults say Joe Biden likely holds to his Catholic faith.
"Because people start getting sick, the hospitals get overflowing and then people will isolate themselves," Ben Bernanke explained.
Seventy-two percent of Republican voters said they supported a national lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.
"He should stop talking," the Democrats' presidential front-runner said, "and start listening to the medical experts."
The former vice president committed to selecting a female running mate at the last Democratic debate.
Both Democratic contenders have strongly criticized Trump's handling of the government response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Here's some free advice for Joe Biden: Not Elizabeth Warren. Not Kamala Harris. Not Amy Klobuchar. A vice president needs to offer you something that you don't already have.
"The family-run restaurant that is trying to stay open and pay its workers—they need a lifeline," said former Vice President Joe Biden.
The former vice president told donors that vetting of possible running mates would begin within the next few weeks.
"Instead of taking charge and taking responsibility, Trump has passed the buck and failed to lead" said Joe Biden's deputy campaign manager, Kate Bedingfield.
"We know Trump is an existential threat to the health and economic well-being of our communities and all Americans and we cannot afford four more years of his reckless administration," the committee said on Friday.
"The only thing Joe Biden knows about handling a public health crisis is that the Obama White House had to apologize for his remarks that set off a panic during the swine flu outbreak in 2009," read Friday's statement.
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.
Stuttering may not be the source of all of Biden's verbal mishaps, but it can explain some—especially on the debate stage.
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.
In recent days, the former vice president has appeared to make overtures to the progressive wing of the Democratic Party.
A swing state in the general election worth 29 electoral votes, Florida has helped to determine past presidential winners.
Andrew Yang received the second highest level of support from respondents.