Seven of 10 Democrats say it's important to them that presumptive nominee Joe Biden picks a girl of color as his campaigner on the Democratic presidential ticket this fall -->

Seven of 10 Democrats say it's important to them that presumptive nominee Joe Biden picks a girl of color as his campaigner on the Democratic presidential ticket this fall

Seven of 10 Democrats say it's important to them that presumptive nominee Joe Biden picks a girl of color as his campaigner on the Democratic presidential ticket this fall.

A third of Democrats, among both Blacks and whites, call it "very important."

The potential contender who generates the foremost enthusiasm as a vice presidential nominee among those surveyed is California Sen. Kamala Harris, followed by former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Many of the opposite possibilities reportedly being vetted by the Biden campaign aren't familiar enough to be rated by most of these surveyed.

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden campaigns in Columbia, South Carolina, on Feb. 29, 2020.
The poll had some disheartening news for the present vp, Mike Pence. Republicans by near 2-1 wouldn't agonize if President Trump dumped Pence from the GOP ticket in favor of former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley: 11% would be "excited" and 35% would find that move "acceptable."

Just 21% said it'd be "not acceptable" and 6% said they'd be "angry." Another one in four are undecided.

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Whether Trump is considering taking that step isn't clear, although former Trump national security adviser John Bolton in his new bestseller, "The Room Where It Happened," says that was a thought he believed was being promoted behind the scenes by Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump.

In any case, Biden is within the marketplace for a vice presidential nominee, which he has promised are a girl. He has said he'll announce his choice around Aug. 1.

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Among Democrats, 35% said it absolutely was "very important" to them that his candidate be a lady of color; another 37% said it had been "somewhat important." Only 26% said it had been "not very" or "not at all" important.

Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris at the Democratic primary debate in Houston on Sept. 12, 2019.
"It definitely has to be a girl of color to be representative of what is happening immediately," said Dawn Newman, 56, a Democrat from Barnum, Minnesota, who was called within the poll. She said either Harris or Abrams would be a "strong, effective" choice.

In the poll, nominating a girl of color was more important to whites than Blacks. Seventy-five percent of whites said it had been very or somewhat important to them; 60% of Blacks took that view. So did 81% of Hispanics.


Among Democrats under 25, 85% called it very or somewhat important, the next proportion than among older voters.

The poll of 345 Democrats and 287 Republicans was taken by landline and mobile phone Thursday through Monday. The margin of error for the Democratic sample is plus or minus 5.3 percentage points; for the Republican sample it's 5.8 points.



Democrat Stacey Abrams deliver her party’s response to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union by insisting a more unified society that offers every American an opportunity at prosperity
Among the possibilities:

Harris, the daughter of Jamaican and Indian immigrants, generated the foremost excitement, and across racial lines: 41% of whites and 32% of Blacks said they'd be "excited" by her choice. Overall, another 33% called her "acceptable;" 12% said she would be "not acceptable."
Abrams, who is African American, was rated as an "exciting" choice by 20% of whites and 27% of Blacks. Among all Democrats, 29% said she was "acceptable" and 10% "not acceptable."
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who is white, was seen as "exciting" by 33% of whites and 15% of Blacks. Overall, 38% said she was "acceptable." But 19% called her "not acceptable," the best negative rating of any of the 11 names on the poll's rundown.
Former Obama UN ambassador Susan Rice, who is Black, was seen as "exciting" by 20% of whites and 24% of Blacks. Among all Democrats, 35% said she would be "acceptable" and 10% said she would be "not acceptable."
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, who is African American, was seen as an "exciting" choice by 16% of whites and 25% of Blacks. Overall, 28% called her "acceptable" and seven "not acceptable."
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, who is white, was seen as "exciting" by 16% of both Blacks and whites. She was seen as "acceptable" by 38% overall and "not acceptable" by 14%.

Five other names were included within the survey, but a majority of respondents said they didn't know enough about them to own an opinion. They included Florida Rep. Val Demings, Illinois Sen. Tammy Duckworth, Wisconsin Sen. Tammy Baldwin, American state Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and California Rep. Karen Bass.

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