President Donald Trump is increasing his support among voters in some key areas but he would still lose the 2020 election to the likes of Michelle Obama or Oprah Winfrey, according to a new poll.
A new survey from Zogby Analytics found that Trump is said to be making gains with his base voters, particularly NASCAR fans and Walmart shoppers.
He is also experiencing a small increase in support from key democratic groups including Millennials, independents and women.
But the data, obtained in a nationwide online survey of 881 likely voters, found that Trump would still be beaten at the polls if he went up against either Michelle Obama or Oprah.
A new survey from Zogby Analytics found that Donald Trump would be beaten at the polls if he went up against either Michelle Obama or Oprah in the 2020 election
Even thought the talk show Queen has denied she is running, Oprah still leads 53 percent to 47 percent.
The former First Lady’s lead over Trump is 48 percent to 39 percent.
‘Oprah continues to win a majority or plurality among almost every sub-group, including Democratic stalwarts, such as younger voters, African Americans, Hispanics, Asians, women and independents,’ the survey stated.
In terms of seasoned politicians, Trump has made some gains on the likes of former Vice President Joe Biden and senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders.
But Trump still trails behind them in voter support, according to the poll.
‘President Trump struggles against Biden because Biden beats the president with his base of voters-those who frequently shop at Walmart (43 percent to 42 percent) and voters with no college education (Biden leads 44 percent to 40 percent), while Trump wins 53 percent to 39 percent with NASCAR fans,’ the poll states.
The survey from Zogby Analytics was obtained in a nationwide online survey of 881 likely voters and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.2 percentage points
‘All these categories have tightened between the two candidates since January, but Biden still leads with most groups, especially important groups that are favorable to Trump.’
Sanders’ lead over Trump dropped and is now at 48 percent to 42 percent. Warren also saw her lead cut and sits now at 43 percent to 37 percent.
Despite the recent poll, one of Trump’s top aides Stephen Miller told the Washington Examiner that internal results showed the President was doing even better than in 2016 when he beat Hillary Clinton.
‘Our poll numbers are better today than they were on Election Day,’ Miller said.
‘In today’s country with the nonstop negativity in the media and everything else the political success that we’re having in what you’re seeing in the numbers, the generic ballot and everything else, is all enormously positive.’
The survey found that Trump is said to be making gains with his base voters, particularly NASCAR fans and Walmart shoppers