Former vice president Joe Biden is more popular than Oprah Winfrey and other Democratic presidential candidates, a poll ahead of the 2020 election has found.
Bernie Sanders came in second, receiving support from 21% of those polled.
Mr Winfrey received 20% support, putting her in third place ahead of Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Fifteen percent of those polled said they were unsure at this point or would pick someone else.
Mr Biden also has the highest favourability rating, at 76% positive, while Ms Winfrey and Mr Sanders both received 67%.
The online RABA survey was conducted between 10 and 11 January and has a five-percentage-point margin of error.
Speculation television personality Winfrey could run for the White House in 2020 rose after she delivered a rousing speech at the Golden Globe awards, honouring women who have come forward with stories of sexual harassment in the wake of the scandal that has rocked Hollywood.
Winfrey said she was “actively considering” running for president, according to sources close to the 63-year-old entrepreneur.
A separate survey carried out by Rasmussen Reports found Ms Winfrey would comfortably beat Donald Trump in a presidential election.
The poll found the TV personality would have a 10-point lead over the current president if a vote were held today.