3. 📈 Support for presidential candidate Joe Biden has grown while backing for Sen. Kamala Harris has plunged in two months, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS. The news agency last polled voters in June. The former vice president once again led the field of Democratic candidates with support from 29 percent of Democratic and Democratic-leaning registered voters, which represents a 7 point increase from June. He was trailed by Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders at 15 percent and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren at 14 percent, whose numbers remained unchanged. Harris, who gained 17 percent support in the June poll, fell by 12 points to 5 percent.