[Ed. – Talk about never letting a crisis go to waste! As an alternative to the rapidly declining Joe Biden, the Democrats have put Put Gov. ‘Charm’ out in front of the network TV cameras daily to duplicate the efforts of the White House coronavirus task force, and the low-information voters who were prepared to vote for Biden are all in.]
Joe Biden may be sweeping the traditional primary system, but Democrats are evenly divided when asked if New York Governor Andrew Cuomo would make a better challenger against President Trump in November.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 46% of Likely Democratic Voters still believe Biden would make a better presidential candidate for their party this fall. But just as many (45%) opt for Cuomo instead, even though he isn’t even in the race. Nine percent (9%) are undecided.
Among all likely voters, it’s Biden 38%, Cuomo 38%, with 24% not sure. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
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Fifty-three percent (53%) have a favorable opinion of Cuomo, who has been in the news battling the coronavirus’ devastating hit on New York State. Just 33% view him unfavorably.