I think Warren could attract tens of millions of supporters; dominate the Democratic primaries; win dozens of Electoral College votes, and capture the White House on a $200 a month Social Security raise.
Yang is one of the few people; and the only prominent US politician, working to prevent that dystopia. Under the present circumstances, I think a billionaire-ruled dystopia is inevitable in America without vast structural changes to our economy and political system.
Thus I conclude there is no popular support for Biden’s campaign. Moreover, both Sanders and Warren have more Twitter followers than Biden. That means more people are interested in them than Biden. Notably, Bernie’s Twitter following is over twice as large as Biden’s.
Voters care about economic not cultural issues. Notably, the one major candidate focused on cultural issues, Buttigieg, is fading fast. Meanwhile three of the most successful candidates, Sanders, Warren, and Yang focus on economic issues. However, the media will work hard to make the race about culture.
On the other hand, YouGov estimates a majority of Democrats, 56% still has an unfavorable opinion of Warren but her favorable rating is still 10 points ahead of her closet rival.
Meanwhile, many in the Democratic establishment see Warren as an acceptable candidate, Politico reports. Notably, Jim Kessler who co-wrote a widely circulated anti-Warren editorial in 2013 is now Tweeting the Senator’s praises, Politico notes.
The big winners in the race are two ladies; US Senators Kamala Harris (D-California) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts).
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In addition, Yang dares mention the words income inequality; and raises the spectre of technological unemployment, on the campaign trail. Consequently, Americans under 40; who live with those realities, pay attention to Yang.