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New CNN Poll Shows All Top 6 Democrats Beating Trump Nationwide


It’s 2016, round 2 everybody, as far as mainstream media polling is concerned!

CNN has just released their latest poll, and it’s raising eyebrows.

The survey shows all top 6 Democrat candidates (Biden, Bloomberg, Sanders, Warren, Buttigieg, and even Klobuchar) beating President Trump by at least 3% across the nation.

See for yourself:

You buying it?

These folks on Twitter sure aren't:

USA Today said the following on CNN's latest prediction for 2020:

The CNN poll found every top Democratic candidate would beat Trump in a hypothetical matchup. Here's how those broke down: 

  • Biden 53%, Trump 44% 
  • Sanders 52%, Trump 45% 
  • Warren 50%, Trump 45% 
  • Bloomberg 52%, Trump 43% 
  • Buttigieg 49%, Trump 45% 
  • Klobuchar 48%, Trump 45% 

The Monmouth poll found that Democratic voters are not happy with the current calendar for their party's primaries and caucuses. Fifty-eight percent said they would prefer a national primary, while just 11% favored keeping the current system. 

The CNN poll was conducted Jan. 16-19 with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.4 percentage points. The margin of error for Democratic voters and Democratic-leaning independents was 5.3 percentage points. 

The Week also said:

In head-to-head polling against Trump, all six leading Democrats beat Trump nationally, with only Sen. Amy Klobuchar's (D-Minn.) lead falling within the margin of error, but the candidates were all essentially tied with Trump in the 15 battleground states CNN identified. Trump's approval rating in the poll was 43 percent.

Sen. Bernie Sanders joins Joe Biden to lead the Democratic presidential pack. It's the first time Biden hasn't held a solo lead in a CNN poll.

— New Day (@NewDay) January 22, 2020

SSRS conducted the poll Jan. 16-19 among 1,156 adults, and the full sample has a margin of sampling error of ±3.4 percentage points. For the sample of 500 Democrats, the margin of error was ±5.3 percentage points.


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