Trump campaign dumps pollsters after Biden-leading results leaked

New poll shows Trump trailing Biden, four other Democrats

New poll shows Trump trailing Biden, four other Democrats

A nationwide Fox News poll released Sunday shows President Donald Trump trailing former vice president Joe Biden and no fewer than four other Democratic contenders as early campaigning for the 2020 election begins to gain steam.

He acknowledged yesterday that "polls go up and polls go down", but insisted that the survey showed he was well-placed to defeat Trump.

The Fox poll showed Biden leading Trump by 49 per cent to 39 per cent among all registered voters nationwide, while Senator Bernie Sanders held almost the same advantage over the president, at 49 per cent to 40 per cent.

Baselice, president of polling firm, Baselice & Associates Inc., and Geller had both worked for Trump's 2016 campaign.

As President Donald Trump wages his rejection of "fake polling", results from a media poll in Texas have the president's re-election as a 50-50 proposition, including 60% of independents saying they would vote for someone else in the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll.

In Iowa, Trump was behind by 7 points, North Carolina 8 points and OH by 1 point.

The graphic displayed the responses to the actual question, which was "Do you think President Trump should be impeached and removed from office, or not?" He had carried the three states during his 2016 election campaign.

The disclosure of the polling data has upended what has been a relatively smooth-running reelection operation so far - and highlights the stark challenges the president faces in forging a coalition to repeat his 2016 victory.

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Politico reports that the Trump 2020 campaign has shifted gears significantly, and is now looking at Warren as a top target in the coming months of the campaign. That includes the Polling Company, previously run by Kellyanne Conway, Trump's former campaign manager and current White House counselor.

"That 50-50 number encapsulates how divisive Trump is", said James Henson, who spearheads University of Texas's Texas Politics Project.

Trump has said his team had done "great internal polling" before it was reported he was to cut ties with his pollsters.

O'Rourke, who continuously trailed Republican Texas Sen.

As they spoke, the chyron on the screen read "Fox News Poll: 43% Support Trump's Impeachment and Removal, 48% Oppose". "The old numbers from March being reported represent a worst-case scenario in the most unfavorable turnout model possible".

Trump's approval rating among Republicans, however, remains high at 84 percent, giving him a solid electoral base in reliably red states such as Alabama, Mississippi and the Dakotas.

NBC's report also included new details of the poll, which apparently showed Trump trailing Biden by seven points in Iowa, eight in North Carolina, 17 in Virginia, one in OH, six in Georgia, 14 in Minnesota, and 15 in Maine.

And despite the internal poll data, Trump retains the power of incumbency, with Election Day 17 months away and Democrats' first presidential nominating contests in eight months.

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