The presidential race has become somewhat ignored over the past week or two but this is good news for Trump as the election still looms in November for the White House.
President Donald Trump leads Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden in the battleground state of Florida, according to a new poll released Monday.
In one-on-one match up between Biden and Trump, the president takes the lead with 48% of Floridian voters, according to a Univision survey. Trump has a similar lead over Sanders in the same survey with 49% of the vote while the Vermont senator stands at 42%.
There was some clear-cut good news for Biden as the former vice president leads with 63% support from Floridians while Sanders falls behind at 25%. The Democratic Florida primary is still set for Tuesday despite worries over the recent outbreak of the coronavirus, News Channel 8 reports.
Trump currently, according to the poll, has an approval rating of 54% within the state of Florida which is home to the president’s Mara-a-Lago resort, also known as the “winter White House.” Trump’s overall average approval rating stands at 44.5%, RealClearPolitics reports.