Two new polls find Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden boards train home to Delaware after Trump's inauguration Overnight Tech: Meet the key players for Trump on tech | Patent chief staying on | Kerry aide goes to Snapchat | Uber's M settlement Biden's farewell message: Serving as VP has been my 'greatest honor' MORE, who’s reportedly nearing a decision on a 2016 White House run, is more popular among Democrats and all voters in two key early voting states than Democratic front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonClinton: Photos from women’s march ‘awe-inspiring’ Ex-Clinton aide: Spicer should have resigned rather than lie Zuckerberg moves spark 2020 speculation MORE.
By comparison, Clinton holds a net 40 percent favorability rating among Democrats and a net 29 percent unfavorability rating among all voters.
In New Hampshire, Clinton has a net 42 percent favorability score among Democrats and a net 24 percent unfavorability rating among all registered voters.
Biden’s numbers in the Granite State are net 59 percent favorability among Democrats and net 3 percent favorability among all voters.
Pollsters also found that Biden would perform better than Clinton in potential head-to head matchups against GOP candidates Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump pledges federal help after deadly southern storms Meetings crowd Trump's first Monday in office Clinton: Photos from women’s march ‘awe-inspiring’ MORE and Jeb Bush in Iowa and New Hampshire.
The Iowa poll, conducted Aug. 26-Sept. 2, has a 3.1 percent margin of error for registered voters and a 5.3 percent margin of error for potential Democratic caucus-goers.
The poll in New Hampshire, conducted Aug. 26-Sept. 2, has a 3.2 percent margin of error for registered voters and a 5.2 percent margin of error for potential Democratic primary voters.
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