Contrary to Fox News Polling which shows Trump losing to every top Democratic candidate by wide margins, thew new Zogby poll shows President Trump winning against all the top candidates.
Joe Biden does the best, losing by only 1%, but you have to remember polling from 2016 that on election day only gave Trump an 8% chance of winning. That’s because Fox News polling is the only poll in America that doesn’t show big gains for President Trump among minorities.
Most polling shows Trump getting 28% of the Black vote compared to 2016 when he got just 8%. And his support among Hispanics is at 50% compared to 29% in 2016.
Of the 897 respondents, 46 percent chose Trump, 45 percent chose Biden, and nine percent said they were unsure. While Biden fares better with millennial voters– 50 percent to Trump’s 38 percent – Trump does better with voters 65 and older, 56 percent to 40 percent. Trump also leads Biden among independent voters, 44 percent to Biden’s 36 percent.
24/7 Wall St reports:
Biden does well with voters under the age of 50, more specifically millennials age 18-29 — Biden wins 50% to 38%. Trump, on the other hand, wins with voters older than 50, more specifically, voters aged 65+ —Trump leads Biden 56% to 40%. There were no surprises when it came to gender. Biden wins with women (Biden leads 48% to 39%) and Trump wins with men (Trumps is ahead 53% to 42%).
Where Trump does his damage is he bests Biden with independents (Trump leads 44% to 36%), small-city voters (Trump leads 47% to 43%), suburban voters (Trump leads 45% to 44%) and both candidates are tied with large-city voters (Biden leads 46% to 45%). When it came to race, Biden wins with African Americans (Biden leads 74% to 21%), but both candidates do well with Hispanics (Biden leads 48% to 46%).
Potential voters were asked the same question, replacing Biden with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), and Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D). The results were as follows:
2020 National GE:
Trump 46% (+1)
Trump 45% (+1)
Trump 44% (+2)
Trump 45% (+2)
Trump 45% (+3)
Zogby Analytics/@247WallSt 8/9-12