In a new INSIDER poll, around 30% of Democratic respondents said the party could lose the 2020 presidential race because the Democratic nominee "failed to recruit Republican supporters."
It was closely followed by 29% who said they feared the Democratic nominee would fail "to turn out the base."
That means a nearly equal amount of self-identified Democratic primary voters are worried about the party becoming too moderate or too progressive in 2020.
The results reflect the ideological gulf among...
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