(ANSA) – WASHINGTON, AUG 13 – Nearly nine out of ten Democrats approve the choice of Kamala Harris as a candidate for the US vice president and the senator is more popular than Joe Biden among women (60% against 53%), among Americans younger, i.e. under 35 (62% to 60%) and even among some Republicans (25% to 20%), thus highlighting its potential to strengthen support for the former vice president. This is what emerges from a Reuters / Ipsos poll released Wednesday. The revelation also indicates that 60% of Americans, including 87% of DEMs and 37% of Republicans, consider choosing Harris – the first African American and Asian woman to be nominated for vice presidency – a “milestone” for United States. Within 24 hours of the announcement, however, Biden’s lead over Donald Trump remained virtually unchanged, with an increase of only 1%: 46% for Biden-Harris and 38% for Trump-Pence, while the day before. the dem candidate drove with 44% against 37% of the tycoon.
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