Elizabeth Warren is one of the most progressive senators in the United States and she’s one of two women running for president in the upcoming election.
But for a lot of voters, Warren’s platform is more than just the platform of a progressive senator.
It could have an impact on how voters view Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, according to a new poll by the non-partisan Public Religion Research Institute.
The poll found that a plurality of voters think Warren would make a better president than Clinton if she were to run for the office, a result that could be significant in determining how voters feel about her as the party’s standard-bearer in 2020.
When Warren and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) first launched their presidential campaign in 2015, Warren was a popular figure.
She was seen as a strong candidate with a progressive platform who could build a movement to transform America’s broken economy.
She even had a Facebook page that helped people connect with her.
But the platform wasn’t a panacea, and many people questioned how Warren would have done the job.
That started to change in 2018, when Warren was reelected to the Senate and started to make a name for herself as a progressive.
That made Warren’s first year as a Democratic presidential candidate even more memorable.
The first thing she did when she was elected was nominate the first woman to serve as Secretary of Labor.
And in 2018 she introduced the first federal law to address the epidemic of opioid abuse in the country, and she helped pass the Ensuring Patient Access and Effective Drug Enforcement Act, which aimed to make it easier for the government to enforce drug laws.
The Progressive Agenda, which was Warren’s inaugural address, was also hailed by progressive activists.
It was a message that was consistent with Warren’s values and vision, said Laura Holcomb, a professor of political science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Warren’s agenda, as well as the policies that came after it, made the Democratic Party more progressive in the eyes of the public, said Holcomb.
Warren has also been a champion of environmental justice and fought against the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota, which would have run through the area.
The latest poll, conducted in mid-July, found that 51 percent of respondents said that Warren would be a better candidate if she ran for president, compared with 35 percent who said the same about Sanders.
When Warren and Sanders first ran for office, Warren had a reputation as a tough progressive senator who would fight for progressive values.
But the first two years of her political career, Warren often was seen more as a moderate than a progressive and she did not have a broad platform, according the poll.
Warren and Sanders have faced significant challenges in their campaigns, and Warren has faced criticism for her lack of a strong platform.
In May, she was criticized for a tweet she made in response to President Donald Trump’s tweet that he was a racist.
Warren said the tweet was taken out of context and later apologized for the tweet.
Sanders has also had a rocky relationship with the media and for a time, he faced criticism from some in his party for his silence about sexual assault allegations against him.
The Democratic presidential hopeful is not the first politician to face scrutiny for not speaking up about sexual misconduct.
Former president Bill Clinton was accused of sexual assault by more than 50 women over the course of his career, and his wife, Hillary Clinton has been accused of unwanted sexual advances.