No matter where 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris goes, she faces an uphill battle.
Nationally, she’s polling in a distant 5th place. In Iowa, where she vowed to “f**king move” in order to win over Democrats in the crucial caucus state, her campaign is cratering.
She’s not doing any better in South Carolina, which has a large percentage of black Democratic voters, nor in New Hampshire.
But it’s her home state of California that perhaps more than any other state is showing her the writing on the wall.
Over a month ago an Emerson University survey showed her in 5th place in California behind Andrew Yang.