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Democratic candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders can always fueled much media attention as the battle for their party’s presidential nomination, but the voters in Iowa seem hard to be behind President trump for November.
Trump leads Biden 51 percent to 41 percent, and Sanders leads 53 percent to 41 percent in the Des Moines Register/Mediacom result of the survey published Thursday.
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The same survey, conducted March 2-5, also showed trump with a 50-percent approval rate in Iowa, the President is the highest value ever in the Hawkeye state, according to the Register.
The President of the strongest support in Iowa was among Republicans (94 percent), in rural (68 percent), evangelicals (63 percent), men (60 percent) and those with an annual income of $100,000 or more (57 percent).
In Barack Obama for President in 2008 and 2012, all were supported, but for trump in 2016 over Hillary Clinton, the securing of the New York business man by a larger margin than in the traditionally conservative States such as Texas, reported the hill.
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Trump won Iowa by 9.5 percentage points over Clinton in 2016, according to the Associated Press. Republicans control the Governor’s office, the seats, the Capitol and the U.S. Senate.
In Iowa, the group meetings Feb held. 3, Sanders is second, behind the former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, 26.2 Percent-26.1 Percent.
Biden finished in the fourth place with 15.8 percent of the vote, but has since surged in the Democratic race with a series of primary victories.
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On the Republican side, President Trump hand won with 97.1 percent of the vote, over former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld and former U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh from Illinois, was terminated after his campaign soon.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.