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Which 2020 Democratic Candidates Do Voters Think Will Drop Out?

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Which 2020 Democratic Candidates Do Voters Think Will Drop Out?

Which 2020 Democratic Candidates Do Voters Think Will Drop Out?

There are 21 Democratic candidates running for the 2020 presidential nomination.

The number of candidates has created a lively debate over who is the most likely to beat President Donald Trump in the general election.

Business Insider and Survey Monkey conducted a poll on which candidates are most likely to lose to Donald Trump.

33.4% of Democratic voters surveyed think a generic Democratic candidate would beat Trump.

39.7% are neutral, and 26.9% think a generic Democrat would lose to Trump.

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