Trump, Biden neck-and-neck in new poll

Henrietta Brewer
March 31, 2020

And while Trump has mostly stayed tame with top coronavirus doctor Anthony Fauci by his side, the president has slipped to attack media members still present in the audience, doubt Democratic governors asking for ventilators, and repeat a few conspiracy theories.

Although the primary election has been derailed due to the coronavirus outbreak this month, the last elections held March 17 cemented Biden's position as the front-runner and presumed nominee after he won all three states participating - Arizona, Florida and IL. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., right, and former Vice President Joe Biden, left, return to the stage after a commercial break in a Democratic presidential primary debate at CNN Studios in Washington.

Biden, surging in elections in March, has managed to amass more delegates than his Democratic challenger, Sen.

"We are in a life or death situation, and people like the idea of a competent president, like Joe Biden", mentioned Mathew Littman, a former Biden speechwriter who is the chief director of Win the West, a pro-Biden tremendous PAC that is that specialize in Western states. Mr Biden has emerged as the preferred Democratic candidate.

The survey found Biden with a wide lead over the Vermont senator - 55 to 39 percent - among Democrats and Democratic-leaning independent voters.

The survey showed Trump enjoyed greater enthusiasm among his supporters, compared with Biden's level. Results have a margin of error of 3.5 points.

The poll surveyed 845 registered voters nationally between March 22-25.

Many Democrats additionally suppose Trump's dealing with of the disaster can be a clarifying second they usually predicted an outpouring of donations as soon as the marketing campaign resumes.

Mr Trump continued to hold wide leads with his base voters, including conservatives, white evangelicals, regular churchgoers, white men, and whites without a college degree.

Mr Trump's overall approval ratings hit 49 per cent this week according to the latest numbers from Gallup, numbers Mr Trump hasn't seen since the height of his Senate impeachment trial in February.

Despite the economic standstill resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, 57% of voters approve of Trump's handling of the economy, the highest ever in ABC/Post surveys.

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