In a new CNN/ORC International poll released Monday, Vice President Joe Biden and Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders both had negative ratings among likely voters.
Biden’s favorable rating was 42% favorable, while Sanders was only at 18%.
Biden’s unfavorable rating was 47%, while Sanders’ was at 28%.
In a hypothetical matchup between the two, Biden and Trump would be seen as the “less dangerous” to the American economy, with 46% of voters saying they were less likely to support the former president, while 45% said they would vote for the former governor.
The survey was conducted online and by phone from August 29 to September 4, 2016, with 1,008 likely voters and was conducted under the joint direction of Anderson Robbins Research and the Public Religion Research Institute.
In a recent ABC News/Washington Post poll, Biden’s favorability rating among likely Democratic primary voters was 48% favorable and 42% unfavorable.
That poll was conducted from July 30 to August 14, 2016.
Biden has the support of 37% of likely Democratic voters, according to the RealClearPolitics average of polls conducted since June 1.
He trails Trump by just 5 percentage points among those likely Democratic caucusgoers.
But Biden has also enjoyed significant support from other groups in the Democratic primary.
Biden and Clinton both have a net positive favorability score among African Americans (49%) and Hispanics (47%).
Biden’s net positive rating among African American voters is also much higher than Clinton’s (29%).
In contrast, Biden has a net negative net favorability in the African American community, with 42% of African American likely voters saying that they would not vote for Biden.
The RealClear Politics average of recent polls shows Biden with a 10-point lead over Trump among African-American voters, 44%-41%.
But Trump has seen his favorability among AfricanAmerican voters plummet in recent weeks, falling to 38%-43% in a CNN/orchestra poll taken from August 20 to 21.
Biden is still leading Trump among Hispanics (43%-42%), with Sanders at 28% and Biden at 22%.
But Biden’s numbers among African and Hispanic voters have declined over the past month.
Biden leads Trump among whites by 15 points, 51%-35%.
The poll also shows Biden in the lead among men by a margin of 46%-43%.
The Real Clear Politics average shows Biden leading Trump by a 49%-42% margin among men, while Trump has the edge among women by 49%-38%.
Among Democrats, Biden leads Sanders by a 41%-35% margin.
But in a hypothetical contest between Biden and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Biden would be viewed as more dangerous to the nation’s economic well-being, with 47% of Democrats saying they would support Clinton, while 41% said that they could not vote in a matchup with Biden.
Biden, a former U.S. senator from Delaware and New York governor, is also the only 2016 candidate who has not yet released a vice presidential campaign ad.
Biden released a campaign ad that included a message from Vice President Biden saying that he believes in the American Dream, but it is also a message that would be very difficult to take seriously in a world of populist anger and a divided government.
Biden made a similar point in a speech earlier this month, saying that we need to do everything in our power to make sure that every American can achieve their American dream.
Biden also said that we should support our veterans and veterans families.
Biden did not disclose his campaign spending, which has been relatively low compared to some of the other presidential candidates.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.