In a recent poll published by Quinnipiac University, President Donald J. Trump was shown to win against all of the Democratic candidates in the state of Wisconsin. Wisconsin will be a major focal point for all of the campaigns in the 2020 Election. This specific poll had Trump beating Biden, Sanders, Warren, Buttigieg, Klobuchar, and Bloomberg. The poll also showed potential match-ups in Michigan and Pennsylvania where Trump seems to campaign more. View it below:
Writer for the New York Times and political analyst Nate Cohn averaged the poll results in the battleground states of Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. This showed Trump beating Buttigieg, Klobuchar, and Warren, while Biden, Bloomberg, and Sanders had an edge on Trump. View it below:
New Quinnipiac general election results in PA/MI/WI.— Nate Cohn (@Nate_Cohn) February 20, 2020
Here's the average across the three states:
Trump v. Biden: Biden+2
v. Bloomberg: Bloomberg+1
v. Sanders: Sanders+1
v. Buttigieg: Trump+1
v. Klob: Trump+1
v. Warren: Trump+1https://t.co/xzFeSvdWqO
Quinnipiac also asked several questions in regard to the state of the Economy. Wisconsin voters approve 59 – 38 percent of President Trump’s handling of the economy, Pennsylvania voters approve 57 – 41 percent, and Michigan voters approve 52 – 44 percent. Additionally, voters rated their own personal financial situations compared to 2016, the last presidential election. View the results below:
- Wisconsin: 62 percent say better off, 20 percent say worse off, 16 percent volunteer the same;
- Pennsylvania: 57 percent say better off, 20 percent say worse off, 21 percent volunteer the same;
- Michigan: 55 percent say better off, 21 percent say worse off, 22 percent volunteer the same.
View the entire Quinnipiac poll results here.
In 2016, Trump surprised the political world by beating Democratic presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the rust belt states. Trump won Wisconsin with 1,405,284 votes (47.2% of the vote), Michigan with 2,279,543 votes (47.3% of the vote), and Pennsylvania with 2,970,733 votes (48.2% of the vote).
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