Biden, Sanders, and Warren Lead the Democratic Primary in Alabama

Biden, Sanders, and Warren Lead the Democratic Primary in Alabama

Change Research Alabama Poll: June 25-26, 2019

Key Takeaways: 

  • Biden (39%), Sanders (17%), and Warren (15%) lead the Democratic primary in Alabama.

  • Biden leads in all age groups except for 18-34 year olds, 31% of whom prefer Sanders.

  • Biden (49%) leads among black Democratic voters, while Warren (25%) leads among white Democratic voters. 

Change Research surveyed 4,446 registered voters in Alabama (including 1,636 Democratic primary voters) on questions related to the Democratic horse race, 2020 general elections, the Trump administration agenda, and more. The poll produced thousands of data points powering actionable insights for campaigns and organizations following Alabama. This page contains a preview of the survey’s findings – click here to inquire about purchasing the full poll. 

Biden, Sanders, and Warren Lead the Alabama Democratic Primary

Joe Biden has a 22-point lead in the Alabama Democratic primary, polling at 39%; he is followed by Bernie Sanders (17%), Elizabeth Warren (15%), Kamala Harris (9%), Pete Buttigieg (6%), Cory Booker and Andrew Yang (4%), and Beto O’Rourke (2%). All other candidates poll at 1% or less.

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Biden leads in all age groups except 18-34 year olds , who prefer Sanders (31%). Biden has a sizeable 39-point lead (53%) over Warren (14%) among 50-64 year old Democratic primary voters in Alabama; he has a 36-point lead (52%) among voters that are 65 and older.

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Biden has a 32-point lead among black Democratic primary voters, polling at 49%, followed by Sanders (17%) and Harris (12%). Warren leads among white voters at 25%, but Biden follows closely behind at 24%, followed by Sanders (16%) and Buttigieg (14%).

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Change Research surveyed 4,446 registered voters in Alabama, with a margin of error of  ± 1.5% for the full sample. That sample includes 1,636 Democratic primary voters, with a margin of error of ± 2.4% for the Democratic sample. The survey was conducted online, using Change Research’s Bias Correct Engine. Change Research reaches voters via targeted online ads that point people to an online survey instrument. The Bias Correct Engine dynamically delivers large samples that accurately reflect the demographics of a population. Post-stratification was done on age, gender, ethnicity, and 2016 presidential vote.