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Trump calls for the impeachment process, the biggest con job in the history of American politics; chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports.
He is all but sure to be arraigned this week by the Democratic majority in the house of representatives, but a new poll shows that President Trump is now at the top of the leading Democratic presidential candidates potential 2020 Federal election showdowns.
The Republican incumbent, edges of former Vice-President Joe Biden by 3 percentage points, has published a 5-point advantage over sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont and tops Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts by 8 points, in a USA Today/Suffolk University poll Monday.
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In hypothetical November 2020 matchups, the survey shows, Trump, beat South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg of 10 points and a multi-billionaire business-and media-mogul and former New mayor Mike Bloomberg by 9 points.
The President fell silent, the leading Democratic White house hopefuls in hypothetical elections showdowns in most national polling during the summer and early autumn – in many cases by double digits-but he is also of the earth in the last polls.
Biden, on the top of the President by 7 points in a Fox News survey released Sunday. The survey also showed Sanders as the winner of the President by 6 points, and Bloomberg, the 5-points. Warren and Buttigieg any two-edged Trump by a single point.
While such figures are useful taken in the implementation of the political temperature of the moment, hypothetical matchups, almost a year before the election – and before the Democrats select their 2020-standard-bearer – are hardly to be taken as a reliable barometer of the eventual General election outcome.
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Suffolk University Political Research Center director David Paleologos noted that in the new poll, the meetings, the President “won among male voters, but every democratic candidate wore a plurality or large number of female voters against him.”
And he added that Trump “defeated the democratic hopefuls among the age groups 35 and older, but he lost to each of them among voters 18 to 34 years old.”
The USA Today/Suffolk University poll Dec. 10-14, with 1,000 registered voters nationwide telephone operators interviewed live. The survey’s sampling error is plus or minus 3 percentage points.