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As Biden's campaign launched, surged and settled, pollsters have scrambled to determine how sustainable Biden's brand is. Some consider his fierce scrutiny of Anita Hill and his age as potential blemishes as he courts young voters. While he has yet to unveil his plan to address student debt, gun violence or climate change (three pivotal issues among young voters), Biden starts with a marked head start among college students, according to the latest College Reaction public interest poll. Below are the results of an April 4th-8th poll among 1,052 students at 4-year colleges when asked who their preferred presidential candidate is.


Among Democratic students:


  1. Biden - 25.15%
  2. Sanders - 18.71%
  3. O'Rourke - 18.31%
  4. Buttigieg - 11.67%
  5. Warren - 8.45%
  6. Harris - 8.05%
  7. Booker - 3.82%
  8. Gilibrand - 1.21%
  9. Hickenlooper - 1.01%
  10. Klobuchar - 0.80%
  11. Kasich - 0.80%
  12. Inslee - 0.60%
  13. Castro - 0.40%
  14. Schultz - 0.40%
  15. Trump - 0.40%
  16. Hogan - 0.20%


Among Republican students:


  1. Trump - 51.40%
  2. Kasich - 23.83%
  3. Buttigieg - 4.21%
  4. Hogan - 4.21%
  5. Biden - 3.74%
  6. Schultz - 2.80%
  7. O'Rourke - 2.34%
  8. Klobuchar - 1.87%
  9. Sanders - 1.87% 
  10. Warren - 1.40%
  11. Harris - 0.93%
  12. Hickenlooper - 0.93%
  13. Booker - 0.47%
  14. Castro - xx
  15. Gilibrand - xx
  16. Inslee - xx


Among Independent students:


  1. Sanders - 20.30%
  2. Biden - 19.92%
  3. O'Rourke - 14.29%
  4. Trump - 8.65%
  5. Kasich - 8.65%
  6. Buttigieg - 7.14%
  7. Harris - 4.89%
  8. Schultz - 4.89%
  9. Warren - 3.76%
  10. Klobuchar - 3.01%
  11. Booker - 1.50%
  12. Gilibrand - 1.50%
  13. Hickenlooper - 0.75% 
  14. Hogan - 0.75% 
  15. Castro - xx
  16. Inslee - xx


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