Former US Vice President Joe Biden would have been ahead of the current US leader Donald Trump by 8 percentage points in the presidential election if they were held now. This is evidenced by the survey SurveyUSA.

Thus, according to the results of the survey, Democrat Biden is supported by 50% of potential voters, while only 42% would give their votes to Republican Trump. In addition, Democratic Senator Bernie Sanders would ahead Trump. The survey was conducted from 1 to 5 August, immediately after the second debate claiming the right to become party candidates in the democratic elections in Detroit (Michigan).

Despite the fact that Biden was previously accused of harassment, according to a survey among women, the former Deputy Prime Minister is ahead of Trump by 24 points, and Sanders — by 20.

Among the Protestants, trump defeats Sanders by 17 points and Biden by 15 percentage points (PP), in Evangelical families, Trump is also ahead of Sanders by 21 points and Biden by 19 PP.

In families where one or more family members are active military or veteran, trump is ahead of Sanders by 14 points and Biden by 13. Among single-parent families, Sanders is 25 points ahead of Trump and Biden is 22.

Joe Biden is considered one of the key contenders for the nomination of a presidential candidate from the Democratic party. The US presidential election will be held on November 2020. In late April, Biden avoided Trump in popularity by 6%.