Martin O’Malley under 1% in new national poll for 2016


Qunnipiac released their latest poll results yesterday:

Among Democrats, Clinton tops Vice President Joseph Biden 61 – 11 percent, with 7 percent for U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and 2 percent for New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. No other candidate tops 1 percent, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe- ack) University poll finds.

When you dig down into the results further you see that O’Malley is being outpolled by “Wouldn’t Vote” which got 2%:


In the same poll in May, O’Malley was at 1% overall, so his support is actually dropping. All the other polls have shown that when you take out Clinton and Biden, O’Malley doesn’t fare that much better. It shows how pathetic O’Malley’s presidential aspirations are that more Democrats nationally would rather not vote than vote for him.

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