New poll blows Donald Trump while FIVE Democrats beat him with Joe Biden 17 points ahead and Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren win double digits
- Democrats Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris and Pete Buttigieg all top Trump nationally a new poll with big leads
- Biden is the strongest of the group nationally
- However, the poll Monday showed that Trump was running much stronger in the major battlefield states
- Democrats continue their primary slog through debates as they collide with Medicare for All, deposition
Yet another poll shows national dissatisfaction with President Donald Trump, with a quintet of democrats far ahead of the president in a new Washington Post / ABC News survey.
The president tested the president against five leading Democrats and has four candidates who beat Trump nationally with double digits and one fifth with a nine point lead.
The Democrats who ran into large margins against Trump were former Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Senator Bernie Sanders, Senator Kamala Harris and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
A new poll has Donald Trump's approval at just 38 percent, with 58 percent disapproval
Of the group, Biden runs the strongest, leading Trump from 56 to 39. Warren beats him 55 to 40 nationally, and Sanders beats him 55 to 42. Harris, from California, who follows leaders in Democratic primary polls, still beats Trump 51 to 42, while Buttigieg, who has seen his numbers rise in Iowa, is less national, Trump beats 52 to 41.
The poll has Trump's approval at just 38 percent, with 58 percent disapproval.
The president has destroyed a number of recent polls that show that about half of the country's accusation and dismissal as & # 39; fake news & # 39; supports.
Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, who have rival Medicare for All plans, would beat Trump double-digit every year, according to a new poll.
Senator Kamal Harris and Mayor of South Bend, Pete Buttigieg, would also beat Trump nationally with a strong margin
Nevertheless, the general picture of the president can be much stronger than national polls show.
Trump is neck to neck with Biden, Warren and Sanders in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Florida, Arizona and North Carolina a new New York Times / Siena College poll shows.
Biden performs best against Trump – beating him a bit in four of these important swing states among registered voters.
But when pollsters looked at the more composite & # 39; likely voters & # 39; they responded to the mid-October poll and discovered that the race was getting tighter.
Biden advanced technically in an extra state – he's one point higher in Michigan – but he's not leading Trump in any of the major states with more than two points.
This comes as one NBC News / Wall Street Journal poll, released Sunday, showed that the support for the accusation and removal of Trump is 49 percent.