New Poll: Majority of Voters See Trump Sailing into Second Term

Former vice president Joe Biden is seen as the one candidate who could unite all factions of the Democrat party ensuring the voter turn-out needed to beat Donald Trump

New Poll: Majority of Voters See Trump Sailing into Second Term

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.

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who has steadily dropped in most recent polls and was sidelined briefly after suffering a heart attack, came in third at 19 percent.

The Quinnipiac polls released Wednesday marks Klobuchar's fourth and final poll required for the December stage by hitting above 4 percent in an early voting state by scoring 5 percent in Iowa.

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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. Elizabeth Warren "a lot/some", 18 percent "not much" and 41 percent "not at all".

With less than a year to go before the 2020 election, a majority of registered voters say they think it's at least somewhat likely that President Donald Trump will secure a second term in the White House, a new poll has found, with more than two-fifths of voters saying the president will be top of mind when casting their vote next November.

Biden's consistent support largely comes from the view of most Democrats that he is in the best position to help them achieve their top goal - ending Trump's tenure as president and telling him, in effect, "You're fired".

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Democrats were most likely to say they are hopeful (26 percent) and anxious (24 percent) about the election, while Republicans were most likely to say they are hopeful (19 percent) and confident (17 percent) about the election. Of this group, 68 percent believe that Biden can defeat Trump, compared with 57 for Warren, 54 percent for Sanders, and just 30 percent for Buttigieg. Klobuchar will join Biden, Buttigieg, Sanders, Warren, and California Senator Kamala Harris in a debate hosted and moderated by Politico and PBS.

Among those who identified themselves as "strong" supporters, Mr. Biden was at 19%, followed by Ms. Warren at 16% and Mr. Sanders at 15%. Similarly, Sanders and Warren hold 8-point and 5-point leads over Trump, respectively.

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