President Donald Trump's six Democratic candidates preferred in potential 2020 potential, according to a new poll from the University of Quinnipiac, which was issued on Tuesday.
The poll shows that 53 per cent of voters say they would support Biden, and 40 per cent say they would vote on Trump. The gap is smaller for Sens. Bernie Sanders (9 points, or 51 to 42 percent), Kamala Harris (8 points, or 49 to 41 percent) and Elizabeth Warren (7 points, 49 to 42 per cent). Other candidates, like Sen Cory Booker and South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg, are leading a five-point margin (5 points, 47 to 42 percent).
"The team of the head takes the lead for the Donald Trump team: Former President Vice-President Joseph Biden and other Democratic competitors met the president for the election today as a result of Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Sen Cory Booker," said Tim Malloy. , assistant director of Quinnipiac University.
The strong Democratic periphery came in potential national sticks despite the small size of the Trump rate and overall satisfaction with the state of the economy.
The poll says that 70 percent of American voters say that the nation's economy is "excellent" or "good," but 41 percent says that Trump deserves credit for a successful economy. Another 27 per cent say that Trump does not deserve credit and says 28 per cent that the economy is not “so good” or “poor.”
On Twitter, many users were having fun at the president, in the light of results. They compared comparisons with unpleasant concepts, such as drinking a gallon of spoiled milk or an endoscopy without anesthesia, and higher percentages of these ideas and Trump 41 per cent.
"The economy is very strong and people have money in the bank. That's the magic combo that the White House hopes to go to re-elect and those numbers remain strong," said Malloy. "But Trump doesn't get so much credit."
Results from Fox News in mid-May received similar results in relation to the general election. In this poll, Biden Trump notes at 11 points (49 to 38 per cent), while Sanders has 2 percentage points (46 to 41 per cent) and Warren under 2 (43 to 41 per cent). Harris tied to Trump (41 to 41 percent) and continues Buttigieg (40 to 41 percent).
The results of the Quinnipiac poll come the same day that the House of Representatives passed a resolution, on a vote of 229-191, to hold the Attorney General William Top in contempt for failing to comply with a subpoenas conference.
However, the election is 17 months away, leaving enough time to reverse the success. As CNBC pointed out, opinion polls before the general election in 2016 showed that Hillary Clinton would be in a trumpet in the presidential race.
From June 6 – 10, the Quinnipiac University surveyed 1,214 voters across the country with a margin of error of +/- 3.5 percentage points. The survey includes 503 Democrats and Democratic fans with an margin of error of +/- 5.4 percentage points.