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Survey shows that 62% of New York voters believe Donald Trump will win a second term at the White House

Survey shows that 62% of New York voters believe Donald Trump will win a second term at the White House

  • New Yorkers believe President Trump will win a re-election in November, surveys say
  • No less than 62 percent of New York voters predict that Trump will win
  • No fewer than 48 percent of Democrats predict that Trump will remain in the White House
  • When Trump acted against Democrats, New Yorkers preferred to elect a new president

A majority of voters in New York believe that President Trump will be re-elected and will win a second term at the White House, a new poll revealed.

Sixty-two percent of New York voters predicted that Trump would be president for another four years, while only 29 percent said they think he will lose the November election, according to the Siena College survey.

About 81 percent of Republicans and 73 percent of independents believe that Trump will succeed in being re-elected.

Even 48 percent of Democrats predict that Trump will still be in the White House after January next year.

In the survey, 47 percent believed that Trump would be defeated by the final Democratic candidate, compared to 42 percent who thought he would win a second term.

Donald Trump laughs today as he speaks at the “Namaste Trump” meeting at the Sardar Patel Stadium in Motera in India

Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg held a campaign meeting last week in Salt Lake City, Utah

Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg held a campaign meeting last week in Salt Lake City, Utah

Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg held a campaign meeting last week in Salt Lake City, Utah

However, when Trump was matched against a democrat, New Yorkers preferred to choose a new president.

Seventy-two percent of Republicans surveyed said they had a favorable view of Trump, while the poll found that one of the best Democratic candidates would beat the president in his home state.

Bernie Sanders and former New York Mayor, Michael Bloomberg, former Vice President Joe Biden were placed as favorite presidential candidates to defeat Trump.

When asked which democrat had the best chance of becoming president, 33 percent said Bloomberg, 22 percent Sanders and 16 percent said Biden.

Of the democrats examined, 25 percent supported Sanders and 21 percent supported Bloomberg.

Former mayor of South Bend, Pete Buttigieg and Joe Biden would win New York against 19 in a race against Trump.

While Sanders would beat Trump with 18 points and other Democrats such as Amy Klobuchar would win with 16 points and Elizabeth Warren with 14 points.

Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders spoke at a campaign meeting in Santa Ana, California last Friday

Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders spoke at a campaign meeting in Santa Ana, California last Friday

Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders spoke at a campaign meeting in Santa Ana, California last Friday

Democratic presidential candidate former vice president Joe Biden at Sunday services at the Royal Missionary Baptist Church in North Charleston

Democratic presidential candidate former vice president Joe Biden at Sunday services at the Royal Missionary Baptist Church in North Charleston

Democratic presidential candidate former vice president Joe Biden at Sunday services at the Royal Missionary Baptist Church in North Charleston

Steve Greenberg Siena’s spokesperson said, “Bloomberg leads in New York City with Sanders second, while Sanders leads upstate and in the suburbs, where Bloomberg comes in third.

“Bernie walks away with younger voters and Mike has a leading edge among older voters. Men take Bernie’s side, while women lean towards Mike.

According to the poll, Sanders has the best chance according to younger voters, while Bloomberg is more favorable for older voters.

Greenberg added: “Which democrat has the best chance of winning in November? At the moment, one third of Democrats say Bloomberg, followed by Sanders and Biden.

‘It is not surprising that Bloomberg has the best chance according to older voters, with whom he scores higher on priority and Sanders has the best chance according to younger voters, who see him as overwhelmingly positive.

“This is more a snapshot of democrats than before the election, because it is likely that South Carolina and Super Tuesday will significantly reduce the size of the field, and this poll didn’t look at likely primary voters.”

Sanders scored a resounding victory in the presidential caucuses of Nevada on Saturday to get in the lead position to compete against Trump.

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