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The former vice-president will soon start selecting candidates for the election as the Democratic primary draws near the end.

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In the new USA Today/Suffolk poll, seven out of ten Democrats said it was important to them that the presumed candidate Joe Biden chose a woman of color as This fall is a running partner for the Democratic presidential election.

Among blacks and whites in the United States, one-third of Democrats call it “very important.”

Among the surveyed, the most likely competitors to become vice presidential candidates are California Sen. Kamala Harris, followed by Georgia’s former governor candidates Stacy Abrams and Massachusetts Senate Congressman Elizabeth Warren. According to reports, the Biden campaign has reviewed many other possibilities, so it is not very familiar to most respondents.

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden held his campaign in Columbia, South Carolina on February 29, 2020. (Photo: Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images)

The vote brought depressing news to current Vice President Mike Pence. If President Donald Trump abandoned Nikki Haley as a former Republican President Nikki Haley, he would not be worried by a ratio close to 2-1: 11% would feel “ “Excited”, and 35% of people will think that this move is “acceptable”.

Only 21% said it would be “unacceptable,” and 6% said it would be “angry.” One quarter is not yet certain.

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Although former Trump national security adviser John Bolton said in his new best-selling book “The Room That Happened”, it is unclear whether Trump considered taking this step. He thinks this is Jared. An idea advocated by Jared Kushner behind the scenes. And Ivanka Trump.

In any case, Biden is looking for a vice presidential candidate in the market. He has promised to be a woman. He said he will announce his choice around August 1.

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Among the Democrats, 35% said that his running mates were people of color “very important.” Another 37% said it was “very important.” Only 26% said it was not “very” or “not important at all”.

Senators Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris are Joe Biden’s running partners. (Photo: Robin Baker/AFP/Getty Images)

Dawn Newman, a 56-year-old Democrat from Barnum, Minnesota, said: “Surely women of color are needed to represent the current situation.” She said Harris or Abrams would be a “powerful , Effective” option.

In public opinion polls, the nomination of white women is more important to white Americans than black Americans. 75% of white Americans say this is very important or somewhat important to them. 60% of black Americans hold this view. The same is true for 81% of Hispanics.

Among Democrats under the age of 25, 85% think this is very important or somewhat important, and this ratio is higher than that of older voters.

From Thursday to Monday, 345 Democrats and 287 Republicans were polled on fixed phones and mobile phones. The Democratic Party sample has a margin of error of 5.3 percentage points; the Republican sample has 5.8 points.

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Stacey Abrams, a Democrat, advocates the party’s response to Donald Trump’s State of the Union address and advocates the establishment of a more unified society that provides every American with opportunities for prosperity (Photo: John Amis, Associated Press picture)

The possibilities:

  • Harris is the daughter of Jamaican and Indian immigrants, and her life is the most exciting and crosses ethnic boundaries: 41% of whites and 32% of African-Americans said that her choice would make them “excited.” Overall, another 33% called her “acceptable”; 12% said she was “unacceptable.”
  • African-American Abrams (Abrams) was rated as an “exciting” choice by 20% of whites and 27% of blacks. Among all Democrats, 29% said she was “acceptable” and 10% said “unacceptable”.
  • Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is white and is considered “exciting” by 33% of whites and 15% of black respondents. Overall, 38% said she was “acceptable”. But 19% of people called her “unacceptable,” which is the highest negative rating among the 11 names in the poll.
  • Susan Rice, the former black Obama ambassador to the United Nations, is considered “exciting” by 20% of whites and 24% of black Americans. Among all Democrats, 35% said she was “acceptable” and 10% said she was “unacceptable”.
  • African-American Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms was considered an “exciting” choice by 16% of whites and 25% of blacks. Overall, 28% called her “acceptable” and 7% called it “unacceptable.”
  • White Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer (Gretchen Whitmer) is considered “exciting” by 16% of black and white Americans. Overall, 38% thought she was “acceptable” and 14% thought she was “unacceptable.”

The survey also included five other names, but most interviewees said that they did not know enough about them to express their opinions. They are Florida Deputy Val Demings, Illinois Senator Tammy Duckworth, Wisconsin Senator Tammy Baldwin, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and California Representative Karen Bass.

Of course, being selected as a ticket will quickly make any draft more famous.

The 44-year-old Jacob Walker under investigation was a school administrator, an independent voter from Auburn, California, who took the poll and warned him not to choose “overly aggressive” people. As an independent, he plans to vote for Biden.

Recalling the 2008 Republican ticket, he said: “If someone is just a torch on the ticket, then get rid of the police or something like that, it will make things very difficult.” Well, she is a woman, But she is not the person I want to be president. “

He urged Biden to choose someone who “can become the unity of our country if they become president.”

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