- Kamala Harris leads her closest competitor by 13 points.
- Stacey Abrams places second in the poll.
- 80% of respondents think the Democratic Vice Presidential candidate should be a woman.
According to an online IVYPAC® poll of 179 respondents conducted from Mar. 9 - Apr. 4, California Senator Kamala Harris leads in its 2020 Democratic Vice Presidential preference poll, garnering 40 percent. Former Georgia Gubernatorial candidate, Stacey Abrams, received support from 27 percent of survey respondents. Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren each received 11 percent support.
The respondents were primarily women (89 percent) and 45 years of age and older (75 percent).
African-Americans, who were 68 percent of survey respondents, preferred Sen. Harris by a 10-point margin at 43 percent. While 33 percent preferred Abrams, Sen. Warren and Rep. Val Demings (FL-10) tied for third place.
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