Joe Biden told a New York City fundraiser that the "African-American community is going to make a gigantic say in who is going to be the next president."
Spencer Kimball of Emerson told Newsweek that Sen. Klobuchar had a better chance of performing well in South Carolina than Pete Buttigieg.
One poll found the Minnesota senator was 7.6 points better off in New Hampshire following her debate performance on Friday.
The poll results from Gallup also show the president's approval rating broke records in terms of polarization.
Senator Bernie Sanders vowed to erase President Donald Trump's immigration policies, while a poll released Monday showed him leading the field of Democratic nominee hopefuls in New Hampshire.
Jim Messina, Obama's 2012 campaign manager, told an MSNBC panel that Senator Bernie Sanders was "the worst candidate" to beat Donald Trump in a general election.
President Donald Trump took to Twitter to declare "NO PRESSURE" as Democrats presented opening arguments in the Senate impeachment trial on Wednesday.
And fewer than half can name how Hitler came to power.
President Donald Trump urged his Twitter followers to "READ THE TRANSCRIPTS!" Tuesday, while a survey taken a week before the Senate impeachment trial began indicates Republican support for Trump has fallen slightly.
This was the first national telephone poll conducted since House Democrats formally delivered the articles of impeachment to the Senate, according to CNN.
The latest Gallup survey found 51 percent of Americans did not want the Senate to remove the president from office.
Senator Bernie Sanders has risen to the top in recent polls, tying with frontrunner former Vice President Joe Biden in popularity with both registered voters nationally and the African American community specifically.
Supporters of the left-wing candidates were not necessarily transferable from one to the other, said one pollster.
Five Democratic candidates will take the stage in Iowa for the first Democratic debate of the year, just over two weeks before the Iowa caucus.
The poll by Quinnipiac University also found just under four in 10 Republicans wanted the former national security adviser to appear before lawmakers at the trial.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders finds himself back among the top two candidates in Democratic presidential candidate polls heading into Tuesday's first election year debate at Drexler University in Des Moines, Iowa.
A poll by Ipsos for USA Today found that 55 percent of Americans believe the country is "somewhat" or "much less" safe.
A poll by Reuters and Ipsos Mori found cross-party majorities believed that a war with Iran in the near feature was "likely."
A new Reuters/Ipsos poll found that 53 percent of Americans disapprove of the president's actions regarding Iran.
Bernie Sanders has spiked back up in local and nationwide polls to share the top spot of the Democratic presidential pack alongside fellow front-runner former Vice President Joe Biden.
Morning Consult found the former vice president had a six point lead over the commander-in-chief in a hypothetical head-to-head.
Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire former mayor of New York City, raced to a third place tie with Senator Elizabeth Warren in a new Democratic primary poll released Friday.
More than 75 percent of respondents told CNN that economic conditions were either "very good" or "somewhat good," the largest share since 2001.
Jeffrey Toobin, a CNN anchor, said that he felt that his own network's polls—which show a decline in the number of Democrats who favor impeachment—are wrong.
A poll by USA Today and Suffolk University found that over a third of Republican voters would support Haley replacing Pence as Trump's running mate in 2020.
As an impeachment vote looms, President Trump has gotten positive news from two polls.
Though Warren continues to do well in Iowa, she slipped to just 13 percent support among Democrats nationally , while Joe Biden is at 26 percent and Bernie Sanders at 19 percent.
A Harris-Hill X poll says that Americans still follow the news through televised mediums—and that social media and newspapers are equally popular sources.
The latest Yahoo News/YouGov poll shows that most voters believe Trump committed abuses, but are split over whether those abuses are impeachable crimes.