Majority think Trump will be reelected in 2020, poll shows

Majority think Trump will be reelected in 2020, poll shows

Majority think Trump will be reelected in 2020, poll shows

The numbers released in the poll show Trump supporters becoming more entrenched in their belief of the president, with a 12 point-increase from the last time the question was asked in January of 2018 to a sample of 341.

Biden, according to Quinnipiac, is holding onto 15 percent in the critical first-in-the-nation caucus state as the former vice president continues to see his support slide, dropping down to fourth place in both Quinnipiac and the Real Clear aggregate behind Senator Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, and South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg.

The Fox News poll of likely Democratic primary voters, released Sunday, shows that while Biden fell behind in some state polls, he has solidified his decisive national lead.

On the flip side, among respondents who disapprove of the job Trump is doing, 70 percent said there's nothing the president could do to gain their support.

Indeed, about four in 10 voters say they will be thinking "a lot" about Trump while casting their ballot for president next year, including 68 percent of Republicans.

A majority of registered voters believe President Donald Trump will win re-election in 2020, according to a new poll. Klobuchar will join Biden, Buttigieg, Sanders, Warren, and California Senator Kamala Harris in a debate hosted and moderated by Politico and PBS.

The most recent polling in early states reveals a great deal of ambiguity, and indicates that the field of Democratic presidential hopefuls will likely remain competitive throughout the first few months of voting.

"I think we're the only ones who don't have to win Iowa, honestly, because our strength is the fact that we have a broad and diverse coalition", said Biden's campaign manager, Greg Schultz, indicating that Biden's campaign is bracing for a loss in the February 3 caucuses.

Among those who identified themselves as "strong" supporters, Mr. Biden was at 19%, followed by Ms. Warren at 16% and Mr. Sanders at 15%. The margin of error was plus/minus 2 percentage points.

Behind the top tier are Minnesota Sen.

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