US President Donald Trump is Well Behind Polls in Polls
US President Donald Trump is Well Behind Polls in Polls. US President Donald Trump would probably not be re-elected for a second term if elections are held this week.
According to a poll commissioned by news channel ABC and newspaper The Washington Post, which was held exactly one year before the presidential election.
The four most critical Democratic candidates, former vice-president Joe Biden, Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and Mayor Pete Buttigieg are doing much better than Trump in the poll.
Biden is 17 points ahead of the president (56 percent against 39), Warren 15 points (55 against 40 percent), Sanders 14 points (55 against 41 percent) and Buttigieg 11 points (52 against 41 percent).
In the so-called “swing states”, the states that Trump won with a minimal difference in 2016, the difference between the Democratic candidates and Trump is considerably smaller.
Three years ago, Trump won the presidential election despite winning 2.9 million fewer votes (2.1 percent) nationwide than Hillary Clinton.
The fact that Trump won nonetheless was because he defeated Clinton in individual crucial states and managed to get more electors behind him.
The outcome of this survey does not exclude the possibility that such a scenario may occur again on 3 November 2020.