A new survey published by Public Policy Polling (PPP) on Tuesday finds that in hypothetical match-ups against possible 2020 presidential contenders—including Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), and former Vice President Joe Biden—President Donald Trump loses every time, and by substantial margins.
The poll (pdf) found:
- Warren would defeat Trump 49 percent to 42 percent (7 point margin)
- Sanders would defeat Trump 52 percent to 39 percent (13 point margin)
- Biden would defeat Trump 54 percent to 39 percent (15 point margin)
PPP also included in the survey several names that have been mentioned in early 2020 conversations but are less known to voters, including Sens. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) and Corey Booker (D-N.J.), who both poll ahead of Trump by single digits.
“Trump does a lot of losing in our poll,” PPP concluded.
None of the candidates included in the survey have expressed certainty that they will challenge President Trump in 2020. Sanders, for his part, has said it is too early to be thinking about another presidential run, though he would not take the possibility off the table. Speculation has also followed Warren and Biden, but both have refused to say whether they intend to run.
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