Joe Biden may be losing momentum in the 2020 Democratic presidential contest as a new poll shows the former vice president declining in support — and Sens. Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren gaining ground.
Biden received 22% of support from registered Democrats in a CNN poll released on Monday, a decline in 10 percentage points from the last poll of its kind conducted in May.
That left the one-time Delaware senator just five points above California senator Harris, who had a combative exchange with Biden during last week’s debate in Miami.
Harris had doubled her support in the June survey — jumping from 8% to 17%.
Massachusetts senator Warren also got a boost in the polls, surging from 7% to 15%.
Another notable change in the Democratic contest was Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who slipped four percentage points.
The 2016 primary challenger to Hillary Clinton slid from 18% support to just 14% in the survey.
The poll was conducted after the first round of Democratic debates in Miami last week.
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