Voters Don’t Think Kamala Harris Could Win an Election as Democratic Nominee, Survey Finds

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Voters Don’t Think Kamala Harris Could Win , an Election as Democratic Nominee, Survey Finds.
Amid speculation about Biden's advanced
age, Harris has previously said she's
ready to be president "if necessary." .
Amid speculation about Biden's advanced
age, Harris has previously said she's
ready to be president "if necessary." .
But what if she received a Democratic presidential candidate nomination?.
According to a Politico/Morning
Consult poll released on June 12, .
only a third of voters think Vice President Harris could win an election as a Democratic presidential nominee, 'The Hill' reports. .
14% of voters thought her chances of becoming president would be very likely.
while 20% think she'd be
only somewhat likely to win.
37% said it's not at all likely
that she would win. .
Meanwhile, 21% said they'd want Harris to be the Democratic nominee if Biden wasn't running.
10% said they'd prefer Gavin Newsom, and another 10% would support Pete Buttigieg.
10% said they'd prefer Gavin Newsom, and another 10% would support Pete Buttigieg.
Over 40% were unsure or indifferent. .
The poll also determined "that 42%
have a very unfavorable impression" of
both Harris and Biden, 'The Hill' reports