Booker’s numbers are terrible in the latest 2020 poll

NEWARK, N.J. – Is Cory Booker in danger of going out of the Democrat 2020 primary early?

It’s a real danger for New Jersey’s junior senator according to the latest polling.

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On Tuesday, Monmouth University Polling released new data showing Cory Booker’s favorable rating dipping to +24 (40% to 16%) among Democrats and lean Democrats polled, down from a +31 net rating in March 2019 (43% to 12%) and +33 in January 2019 (44% to 11%).

Booker’s fundraising is anemic, too, another warning sign of a campaign in trouble.

“National prominence is certainly important because it helps drive fundraising, but we shouldn’t lose sight of candidates who might be well-positioned in key states even if the national media isn’t showering them with attention right now,” opined Patrick Murray, the poll’s director.

Booker, on the other hand, is very prominent but still failing to catch fire..

Here are the national numbers for every candidate at 1% or better (h/t Monmouth U.):

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TREND: 
(with leaners)

April

2019

March

2019

Jan.

2019

Joe Biden

27%

28%

29%

Bernie Sanders

20%

25%

16%

Pete Buttigieg

8%

<1%

0%

Kamala Harris

8%

10%

11%

Elizabeth Warren

6%

8%

8%

Beto O’Rourke

4%

6%

7%

Cory Booker

2%

5%

4%

John Hickenlooper

2%

1%

1%

Amy Klobuchar

1%

3%

2%

Bill de Blasio

1%

1%

n/a

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