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- Democratic voters largely do not think the accusations of inappropriate touching disqualify Vice President Joe Biden from running for president in 2020.
- A new poll from INSIDER shows that very few voters characterized Biden’s accusations as a deal breaker for a potential 2020 White House bid.
- Biden has yet to announce a run, which could come very soon.
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Former Vice President Joe Biden has not suffered among Democratic primary voters after a week of multiple women coming forward accusing him of inappropriately touching them and invading their personal space.
According to a new INSIDER poll conducted over the weekend on SurveyMonkey Audience, most Democratic primary voters would not characterize the accusations as disqualifying, suggesting the longtime Delaware senator is poised to maintain his strong standing in the large field of Democratic presidential candidates, which he has yet to formally join.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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