Via The Blaze:

Democratic voters in key swing states want to cast their vote for a moderate Democrat — not a far-left progressive — a new poll released this week revealed.

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The New York Times-Siena College poll confirms suspicions that popular Democratic presidential candidates like Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) do not have the same general election longevity as moderate Democrats, meaning their path to the White House is much more difficult.

The poll surveyed Democratic voters in six battleground states — Florida, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Arizona, Michigan, and Pennsylvania — and found that Democrats prefer candidates who “promise to find common ground with Republicans” over candidates who “promise to fight for a bold progressive agenda,” 62 percent to 33 percent.

Not only do Democratic voters prefer candidates willing to compromise with Republicans, but they prefer candidates “more moderate” than “more liberal,” 55 percent to 39 percent, the poll found.

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