A new poll has shown that President Trump has now pushed into the lead against all his potential Democrat rivals by a margin of 52%-48%.
As The Washington Examiner reports:
A politically resilient President Trump has pushed into the lead of the 2020 White House race, riding the public’s good feelings about the economy and the view by voters that all leading Democratic candidates will “probably lose,” according to the latest election survey.
By a 52% to 48% margin, Trump is leading the generic “Democrat” in the race, a significant margin for a president who just beat back impeachment to stay in office.
The latest Economist/YouGov survey also found that most voters believe that Trump will probably beat all of his Democratic challengers by at least 19 percentage points…
The survey also found that Trump has unified the party, which is upset with Republican Utah Sen. Mitt Romney’s vote to convict the president in the impeachment process and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s tearing up of the State of the Union address.
With the Democrat primary contest being left in utter chaos after the Iowa primary debacle, this is a new development which doesn’t bode well for a political party that is already on the ropes.