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Is Biden's campaign no longer viable?

Yes, his campaign is dead! 30 46.88%
 
His campaign is badly hur... 13 20.31%
 
He will take a small hit,... 5 7.81%
 
No, this result will not hurt his campaign. 7 10.94%
 
Donald Trump will win the democratic primary! 9 14.06%
 
Total:64

I sure hope so. We don't need another 4 years of uninspired, cookie cutter, establishment dry ass policies and politics. Biden would also be terrible on stage with Trump. He'd gaffe all over the place.



And we have actual results. With 62% of precincts Biden is fourth with only 13% of votes.

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2020/president/iowa_democratic_caucus_results.html



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The President trying to use foreign assistance to dig up dirt on an opponent, Biden, and the media coverage of the entire scenario, is why Biden's campaign is failing.

Oh the irony.



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EricHiggin said:
The President trying to use foreign assistance to dig up dirt on an opponent, Biden, and the media coverage of the entire scenario, is why Biden's campaign is failing.

Oh the irony.

I think it has more to do that he's running purely on "electability" and nothing else. But the people want change, not just to unseat Trump, but also change within the democratic party - and that's costing him a lot.



Dude has dementia, he shouldn't be running for that reason.



Nothing to see here, move along

Bofferbrauer2 said:
EricHiggin said:
The President trying to use foreign assistance to dig up dirt on an opponent, Biden, and the media coverage of the entire scenario, is why Biden's campaign is failing.

Oh the irony.

I think it has more to do that he's running purely on "electability" and nothing else. But the people want change, not just to unseat Trump, but also change within the democratic party - and that's costing him a lot.

I don't disagree that he's focused on 'electability' way too much, and that's way to easy to focus attack's on. A one trick pony situation perhaps.

Did the people assume change when he first entered? Have they decided they want change now more than they did before? Was there anything that changed their minds? Doesn't it seem like the more Biden offers progressive type change, the weaker his standing?



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Fivethirtyeight has updated it's forecast with the preliminary Iowa-data and the graph is most telling. This shows the probability of each candidate to win a majority of pledged delegates and how this probability moved over time. And look the tumble the line for Biden takes:

This is a major crisis for Bidens campaign.



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To early to tell, Biden supporters are not the super passionate type but don't under estimate there numbers but they not the type of people that show up to a caucus. New Hampshire for a number of reason not a good state for him also. South Carolina is what am waiting to see. If Biden don't win south Carolina and convincingly that a sign he in real trouble. If he don't do well super Tuesday then his candidacy is basically over.



Klobuchar and Yang (and everyone below them) need to drop out.

My guess is hes top 2 or 3 without those.

We may have a case that no candidate gets majority of delegates.



DarthJarvis said:
Klobuchar and Yang (and everyone below them) need to drop out.

My guess is hes top 2 or 3 without those.

We may have a case that no candidate gets majority of delegates.

It's more like Buttigieg, Klobuchar, Biden and Bloomberg are stealing each other's voters. As long as they are all running, neither will be able to beat Bernie.