Donald Trump has been having trouble in the South. Even after multiple presidential visits, three times in two weeks in Louisiana alone, three southern states’ Gubernatorial races went South. The results were not good. Two of the three states went Democratic, but that is not the only problem for him.
An Atlanta Journal-Constitution Poll, found:
‘In head-to-head matchups, former Vice President Joe Biden (D-PA) ran strongest against Trump, leading the president 51% to 43%, fueled by solid support from women and independents.
‘Other matchups against South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D-Ind) and U.S. Sens. Kamala Harris (D-CA), Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) are much tighter.”’
Sanders and Warren took strong leads against POTUS, 47 percent and 43 percent respectively. Mayor Buttigieg carried a two-point lead against Trump, and Senator Kamala Harris carried a one-point lead.
Among women, Biden carried an astounding lead against Trump, 58 percent to 36 percent. The president’s job disapproval among Independents was especially high, 59 percent.
Biden led Americans against Trump and among Independents, 43 percent to 35 percent.
Trump’s campaign members have implemented a strategy for 2020. They hope the race will be a repeat of the 2016 election map. It appeared that most red states have polled for POTUS. Unfortunately, Trump has been losing in multiple states including Arizona, Georgia, Iowa, and Texas
Political analysts pointed out that most of the people support the president. The traditionally red states will likely vote for Trump in the 2020 presidential election. However, Trump cannot afford to lose even one red state. That loss would mean the sitting president would have to leave. The reason behind that would be that Trump has not broadened his political map during his nearly three years in office.
‘Tyler Sinclair, Morning Consult’s vice president, said:
‘Our data points show that Republicans and Democrats are equally inclined to say they are motivated and likely to vote in next year’s election.’
The House Intelligence Committee’s impeachment hearings have impacted the president’s high and low national approval ratings. They have placed high and low national approval ratings. The president appears highly competitive in the battle states.
Trump remains highly competitive in the battleground states likeliest to decide his re-election, according to a set of new surveys from The New York Times Upshot and Siena College.
Across the six closest states that went Republican in 2016, he trails Joe Biden by an average of two points among registered voters but stays within the margin of error.
To compare competitively, the New York Times Upshot Upshot-Siena College poll found Trump winning in “six closest sates:
‘Across the six closest states that went Republican in 2016, he trails Joe Biden by an average of two points among registered voters but stays within the margin of error.’
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Poll was conducted by the University of Georgia’s School of Public and International Affairs’ and International Affairs Survey Research Center. It was between October 30 through November 8, 2020. The poll included 1,028 random registered voters living in Georgia. The margin of error was +/- percentage points,
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