Trump Vs Top 2020 Democrats Poll Released & Donald Is Tweeting

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Thursday the Democratic contenders for the president come together for their third debate. It was much more difficult to get on this stage, due to the Democrat party’s stiffer requirements. Former vice president Joe Biden still holds the lead with his name recognition, but what does the public think about this group of ten? Here is the answer.

The comprehensive Economist/YouGov survey came out Wednesday with a much more thorough look into voters’ likes and dislikes. Commentators are calling the poll an “outlier.” The results were just different from those of the weekly polls, but that did not make it wrong — just different.

The poll showed Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) tying with former vice president Joe Biden (D) holding 26 percentage points. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) came in at 16 percent, and Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) at six percent.

A full 49 percent of interviewees said that they would vote for the Democratic candidate in the 2020 presidential election. Only 38 percent of the voters would go for a Republican candidate. More U.S. adults would rather see Democrats maintain the House majority in 2020 than would like to see a Republican-majority House, according to the poll.

When it came to the self-described independent voters, they still took a one-point advantage over Republicans with a 45 percentage point lead to 44 percent. This held true with all of the people interviewed with the exception of people over the age of 45-years-old.

People were surprisingly involved in politics. Only two percent of the interviewees did not intend to vote.

The economy was the most important issue to those interviewed. A full 48 percent of the voters believed that the president can do “a lot” about improving it, 36 percent said “a little,” and 15 percent thought it was “beyond the president’s control.”

SOURCE: The Economist/YouGov Poll. Click on the link below to continue.

When it came to the question about the favorability of a candidate, Donald Trump received a 27 percent “very favorable rate,” 14 percent “somewhat favorable rate,” 8 percent “somewhat unfavorable,” 44 percent “very unfavorable,” and 7 percent “don’t know.”

When it came to a question about the electability of a candidate, Donald Trump received a 23 percent “very likely,” 25 percent “somewhat likely” 19 percent “not very likely,” 20 percent “not likely at all,” and 14 percent, “not sure.”

On the question of favorability, Joe Biden received an 18 percent “very favorable rate,” 22 percent “somewhat favorable rate,” 16 percent “somewhat unfavorable,” 27 percent “very unfavorable,” and 15 percent “don’t know.”

When it came to a question about the electability of a candidate, Joe Biden received a 32 percent “probably beat Donald Trump,” 41 percent “probably lose to Trump” 27 percent “not sure.”

SOURCE: The Economist/YouGov Poll.SOURCE: The Economist/YouGov Poll. Click on the link below to continue.

When it came to a question about the favorability of a candidate, Bernie Sanders received a 19 percent “very favorable rate,” 22 percent “somewhat favorable rate,” 14 percent “somewhat unfavorable,” 32 percent “very unfavorable,” and 14 percent “don’t know.”

When it came to a question about the electability of a candidate, Bernie Sanders received a 36 percent “probably beat Donald Trump,” 39 percent “probably lose to Trump” 25 percent “not sure.”

SOURCE: The Economist/YouGov Poll. Click on the link below to continue.

When it came to a question about the favorability of a candidate, Elizabeth Warren received a 19 percent “very favorable rate,” 22 percent “somewhat favorable rate,” 14 percent “somewhat unfavorable,” 32 percent “very unfavorable,” and 14 percent “don’t know.”

When it came to a question about the electability of a candidate, Elizabeth Warren received a 32 percent “probably beat Donald Trump,” 41 percent “probably lose to Trump” 27 percent “not sure.”

SOURCE: The Economist/YouGov Poll. Click on the link below to continue.

When it came to a question about the favorability of a candidate, Kamala Harris received a 13 percent “very favorable rate,” 21 percent “somewhat favorable rate,” 13 percent “somewhat unfavorable,” 27 percent “very unfavorable,” and 26 percent “don’t know.”

When it came to a question about the electability of a candidate, Kamala Harris received a 32 percent “probably beat Donald Trump,” 41 percent “probably lose to Trump” 27 percent “not sure.”

SOURCE: The Economist/YouGov Poll. Click on the link below to continue.

The Economist/YouGov poll conducted its survey among a random sampling 1,500 U.S. adults, including 1188 registered voters. The survey consisted of web-based interviews. The margin of error was 3 +/- percentage points.

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