Just 2% of NH Dem primary voters list Kamala Harris as top pick for 2024

A new poll from The Survey Center at the University of New Hampshire is providing some startling insight into the minds of Democratic voters, particularly when it comes to President Joe Biden and his cackling Vice President, Kamala Harris.

A “States of Opinion Project,” The Granite State Poll found that “two-thirds of likely Democratic primary voters don’t want President Joe Biden to seek reelection,” and just “2% support Vice President Kamala Harris” as their top pick for POTUS.

Unbelievably, their top pick for a presidential candidate is the guy who is never around in a crisis, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, who bested Biden 23% to 18%.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) tied Biden with 18% support, Sen. Bernie Sanders (Vt.) came in at 15%, and everyone’s favorite victim, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (N.Y.) rounded out the top five picks with 6%.

And trailing Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s 5% is the sitting Vice President, Kamala Harris (Calif.) with her 2%, down from 6% in July 2022.

The Granite State Poll, a States of Opinion Project, conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center

But buried in the list are a couple of surprising revelations.

In July, California Gov. Gavin Newsom was the top choice for President among 10% of the Democrats who were surveyed.

Just six months later, after numerous publicity stunts in which he attempted to out-alpha Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and amid soaring egg and gas prices in the Golden State, Newsom’s popularity has tumbled to a paltry 1% among likely Democratic voters.

And — arguably the best bit of news — literally no one wants Hillary Clinton to run. She lost the 1% of support she had in July, and now “other” at 3% is three times more popular than she is at a big, fat zero percent.

However, ask the likely voters who they would pick as their second choice for president, and things shift dramatically.

If they can’t pry Mayor Pete away from his husband and children long enough to run for the White House, 17% of likely Dem primary voters say they want to see a President Harris.

More horrifying than even that awful choice? AOC came in second among the seconds, with 14%.

Meanwhile, the Big Guy lagged far behind with just 3% selecting him as their second choice.

“Those whose first choice is Buttigieg most frequently mention Warren and Harris as their second choice,” the poll found. “Those whose first choice is Biden most frequently mention Newsom or Buttigieg as their second choice.”

Not surprisingly, Bernie supporters pick Ocasio-Cortez as their second choice, and “Warren supporters most frequently mention Harris and Buttigieg as their second choice.”

All of this spells trouble for Biden, according to The Survey Center.

“More troubling for President Biden is that two-thirds of New Hampshire Democrats don’t want him to run for reelection,” it reveals.

“Only 27% of likely New Hampshire 2024 Democratic primary voters think Biden definitely (13%) or probably (14%) should run for President in 2024,” the poll found. The vast majority — 66% — think he definitely (26%) or probably (40%) should not run.

Among all Granite Staters, 75% think he definitely (55%) or probably (20%) should not.

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