Poll: Elizabeth Warren's Campaign Implodes as Sexist Dems Opt for Old White Guys
A new Monmouth University poll confirms polls by other pollsters: Joe Biden continues to be the frontrunner among Democratic presidential candidates, while Senator Elizabeth Warren's campaign is imploding. She went from 28 percent in the Monmouth poll in September, to a mere 17 percent in December.
According to Monmouth, Biden is the frontrunner with 26 percent support and he also enjoys the best favorability ratings among Democratic voters. He's followed by Senator Bernie Sanders with 21 percent support. Those two are the only candidates who cross the 20 percent threshold which proves, once again, that liberals really prefer old white men over women and ethnic minorities.
Warren's campaign, meanwhile, is in serious trouble. In September, 28 percent of Democratic primary voters said they supported her. In November that number had fallen to 23 percent. And now, it has fallen even lower, to 17 percent. In three months' time, she has lost 11 percent support. The only good news for her is that she equals Biden's favorability rating of 76 percent.
In other words, liberals would love it if Warren invited them over for dinner, but they are not going to nominate her for the top spot on the presidential ticket. Considering the fact that, unlike Biden and Sanders, Warren does not seem to suffer from dementia, that tells us all we need to know about the level of sexism among Democratic voters.
Pete Buttigieg, who's doing very well in Iowa and New Hampshire, is trailing even further behind. Nationally, only 8 percent of Democrats say they support the gay mayor. That too is fascinating. After all, if there's one "Obama-like" candidate this time around, it's Buttigieg. He's young, energetic, and a great speaker to boot. Yet, Democratic voters don't seem all too fond of him. Homophobia much?
Lastly, Michael Bloomberg is nationally in fifth place with a pathetic 5 percent of support. What's more, only 40 percent of Democrats and Democratic-leaning voters have a favorable opinion of the former New York City mayor. Although Monmouth didn't do research on it, it seems likely that this low number is caused by him being, well, Jewish. After all, as Tablet Magazine explained earlier this year, the Democratic Party is "not just blind to anti-Jewish bigotry, but an engine of it."
So there you have it: the Democratic Party's sexism, homophobia, racism, and antisemitism are driving the party towards the nomination of either Sleepy Joe Biden or Crazy Bernie Sanders.