Fort Dodge, Iowa (CNN)Joe Biden’s fundraising slowed so much that allies launched a super PAC. He’s slipped in the polls enough to drop from Democratic 2020 front-runner into what’s now a three-way top tier. And he’s faced relentless personal attacks from President Donald Trump. But the former vice president has one asset other Democrats don’t: Polls, both nationwide and in the early states, continue to show that a plurality of voters continue to say they see him as the party’s most electable candidate. Biden is seen by 42% of likely Democratic voters nationally as the most electable candidate compared to Warren’s 20%, a Quinnipiac University poll released last week found — even as that poll showed Warren with a seven-point lead over Biden. That view has left Biden with a core group of supporters that is so far proving stickier than many Democratic activists and rival campaigns expected — unmoved by his occasional gaffes and the backlash he has at times faced on the Twittersphere. Over one of the most important weekends in the lead-up to 2020, Biden’s challenge is to make sure voters here in the Hawkeye State. where he is currently in the middle of a four-day swing,… Read full this story
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