According to the poll results published by The Hill and KFF websites, majority of Democrats support Medicare for All.
In a Democratic debate held on November 20, 2019, in Atlanta, the 2020 U.S. Presidential candidate Joe Biden stated that a vast majority of Democrats do not support Medicare for All and it would not pass in the U.S. Senate by the Democrats.
However, according to a poll conducted by The Hill, 92% of the total Democrats support Medicare for All, whereas 14% do not support. It further added that 52% of the total Republicans are also in favour of the plan, but 48% are opposing. Similarly, the findings of the KFF Health Tracking Poll states that only 12% of the total Democrats support Medicare for All and 20% support only a government-administered public option. It shows that 62% of the total Democrats support the plan of Medicare for All as well as the Affordable Care Act.
These poll results confirm a large number of Democrats support Medicare for All.