White Democrats more troubled by Biden’s race and age than black and Hispanic Democrats: Poll

White Democrats more troubled by Biden’s race and age than black and Hispanic Democrats: Poll

White Democrats discover previous Vice President Joe Biden’s age and race more bothersome than do black and Hispanic Democrats, according to a poll released on Tuesday.

Almost half of white Democratic citizens, 49%, informed the Seat Proving ground that they were troubled that the likely Democratic nominee was a white guy in his 70 s. Democratic voters of other racial backgrounds found Mr. Biden’s ethnic culture less troublesome, consisting of 30%of Hispanic voters and 28%of black citizens surveyed who stated it troubled them.

” Democratic voters who are bothered that the likely candidate is an older white man are more liberal, more educated, more youthful and more likely to be white than those who are not bothered, according to the study, which was carried out just after [Sen. Bernard] Sanders suspended his governmental campaign,” composed Amina Dunn and Jocelyn Kiley of the Seat Research. “Democratic voters with a postgraduate degree are the only academic group in which a majority (58%) say they are troubled the most likely Democratic nominee is a white male in his 70 s.

Roughly 60%of Democratic citizens who supported Mr. Biden’s rivals said they were troubled by his age and race, including 73%of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s fans and 57%of those who favored Pete Buttigieg, former South Bend, Indiana mayor. Mr. Biden is 77 years of ages, Ms. Warren is 70 years of ages, and Mr. Buttigieg is 38 years old. All 3 are white.

Democratic citizens who are troubled by Mr. Biden’s skin color and older age are more most likely to vote for him versus President Trump than Democrats who are unbothered, however, according to the Seat Research Study.

The Bench Proving ground surveyed 4,917 respondents from April 7-12 with a 2.1%margin of error.

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