New survey offers trump dose of good news in the midst of 2020-campaign start

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The President fires his re-election campaign with harsh words for the media, the Congress and the 2020 Democrats, and Hillary Clinton in Orlando, Florida; Jacqui Heinrich reported from Miami.

Hours after he officially became the starting shot for 2020 his re-election campaign, a new national survey offers some encouraging numbers for President trump.

The publication on Wednesday of the Suffolk University survey for USA Today comes a day after another poll in the crucial presidential battleground state of Florida, the President trailing showed — as several other polls have shown as well that high-profile Democratic candidates ahead of time.


But the USA Today/Suffolk University poll showed that 49 percent of Americans, makes the approval of the work Trump as President, with 48 percent giving him a thumbs down.

This is a positive appearance for trump in comparison with other recent polling of his presidential approval rating.

And in the new poll, 49 percent of the voters predicted Trump to win re-election would, with 38 percent to a victory by the later Democratic presidential candidate. Further, in the survey indicated that if the November were held in the 2020 General election today, the President would closely indecisive edge, an unnamed Democratic candidate — 40-37 percent, 9 percent, an unnamed third party candidate and 14 percent support.

The result is different from other current national and early-primary and caucus-voting-state polls that show Trump following some of the leading Democratic White house hopefuls in hypothetical election matchups. Trump-2020-re-election-campaign-manager has slammed as non-party polls as “the biggest joke in politics,” and the President often rails against them.

Trump trailed former Vice-President Joe Biden – is the clear front-runner on the right is published now in the race for the democratic nomination – 50-41 percent in a Quinnipiac University poll in Florida on Tuesday. The study also suggested that sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont covering Trump 48-42 percent and Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, before the President 47-43 percent in a hypothetical November 2020 showdowns.

“President Donald Trump trails for both the former Vice-President Joseph Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders in the General election matchups and basically relations to other leading Democratic Challenger,” Quinnipiac University poll assistant director Peter Brown said. “While the majority of Florida voters feel better financially, President Trump remains underwater, with 44 percent job approval rating and a 51 percent approval rating, miss.”


Which was published in the Quinnipiac University poll a few hours before the Trump its 2020 began re-election bid in a jam-Packed arena in Orlando. Trump edged Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in 2016 to capture the election, Florida’s votes, with 29 votes. Democratic President Barack Obama, just the state won in the years 2008 and 2012 elections.

Trump’s re-election campaign manager, Brad Parscale, is the revenue target for such surveys.

“The country is too complex now, just to mention a few hundred people and ask them what they think. There are so many possibilities, and different people, the show is gonna be, up to votes,” Parscale CBS News said. “The way, the turnout, the work now, the skills that we have to turn to the voters – the query can’t understand that. And that’s why it was so wrong in the year 2016. It was 100 percent wrong. No one has managed it. Not a public poll.”


While Trump against the early warning signs in many national and early voting state surveys, fundraiser, cash is not a Problem. Trump’s re-election campaign and associated committees raised an eye-popping $24.8 million in the 24 hours of round-the-President-campaign kick-off, after Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel.

“@realDonaldTrump has raised a record $24.8 M in less than 24 hours for his re-election. The enthusiasm about the country that this President is unique and different than anything we have ever seen! #trump2020 #KeepAmericaGreat,” McDaniel tweeted early Wednesday morning.

The USA Today/Suffolk University poll, June 11-15, with 1,000 registered voters nationwide questioned in live telephone operator. The total sampling error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.

The Quinnipiac University survey, June 12-17, surveyed with 1.279 Florida voters, by live telephone operators. The overall sampling error is plus or minus 3.3 percentage points.

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