20% of registered Democrats and independents are ready to vote for Sanders.

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, whose ratings, according to opinion polls, have been growing steadily this year, was able to overtake former Vice President Joe Biden, who is also seeking to participate in the 2020 presidential election from the Democratic Party. This is stated in the results of a poll conducted from 15 to 16 January.

According to a poll released Thursday, 20% of registered Democrats and independent voters said they supported Sanders in the presidential election. 11 other candidates are also running for the Democratic Party nomination. Sanders ‘ rating increased by 2 percentage points compared to last week.

Joe Biden is second in the ranking (19%), followed by Elizabeth Warren (12%), former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg (9%) and former South bend mayor Pete Buttigich (6%). Sanders and Bloomberg have steadily gained popularity in all three recent Reuters/Ipsos polls since mid-December. Support for Biden, Warren, and Buttigieg remained unchanged.

The poll also revealed that one in five voters has not yet decided on a choice. Among those who made their choice, almost two-thirds are ready to change their decision later.
Meanwhile, President Donald Trump tweeted the results of another survey conducted by Rasmussen Reports. According to this study, 51% of Americans support the current President.