Joe Biden takes three point lead against Trump as president's job approval rating falls to lowest point in two years
- Published: Monday, 13 July 2020 11:58
- Written by Maxine Shen, DailyMail.com
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Recent polls show President Trump’s edge over former Vice President Joe Biden on the economy, a critical metric for Republican candidates, has diminished precipitously in recent months as the coronavirus pandemic has tipped the U.S. economy into recession.
Vice President Joe Biden has extended his lead over President Donald Trump to eight points among registered voters, the July IBD/TIPP Poll finds. Trump's reelection campaign is ailing as Americans widely disapprove of his handling of the coronavirus crisis, protests over George Floyd's killing and his overall job performance.
Clear-eyed political observers understand there is more than meets the eye with almost any poll. Everyone wants to trumpet the one topline—“Biden beating Trump by 10!”—without really digging in to see what else a poll is saying. With last week’s American Greatness/TIPP Florida poll, however, there are some important and interesting data points that deserve closer examination.
The announcement that the Republican National Convention was coming to Florida in August was supposed to be a slam dunk win for Gov. Ron DeSantis and the state GOP.
WASHINGTON—To many Americans, President Trump’s election was a surprise, because polls in battleground states had shown him trailing. Now, many state polls show Mr. Trump lagging behind once again, raising the question of whether, this time, the polls are more accurate.
RUSH: Look at this: “U.S. New Home Sales Rise Surprisingly Strong, 16.6% in May.” Now, I thought I saw a story that said just the exact opposite of this. We can’t have the June numbers yet because we’re still in June. So maybe not. “Sales of new homes rose surprisingly strong, 16.6% in May, with the reopening of major parts of the country, potentially fueling activity in the housing market.”
In a poll conducted by American Greatness and TIPP, voters in Florida and Michigan were asked which presidential candidates they preferred based on various issues or criteria.
Former Vice President Joe Biden's lead has grown in Michigan and Florida, states where President Donald Trump narrowly won in 2016, according to new polling reported Tuesday.
A recent poll conducted by American Greatness in conjunction with TechnoMetrica Market Intelligence (TIPP), shows that President Donald Trump still holds a sizable lead over former Vice President Joe Biden in terms of voter enthusiasm, even as Biden appears to hold the edge in the overall poll.
A new poll shows presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden beating President Donald Trump by double digits in the key swing states of Florida and Michigan. At the same time, a plurality of voters in Florida approves of the job Trump is doing with the economy, a key metric for determining success at the ballot box.
President Trump's coronavirus crisis bounce in popularity collapsed over the past month, the June IBD/TIPP Poll shows. Trump's job approval is at the lowest point in two years, while Americans now give him negative marks on handling the Covid-19 pandemic. Trump now trails former Vice President Joe Biden in 2020 election polling, though only narrowly.
A couple of weeks before the 2016 presidential election, I wrote a column on a guy from Bergen County who has a well-deserved reputation as the most accurate predictor of presidential elections in this century.
Reprinted with permission from TheNewAmerican.com.
The latest results from a Reuters/Ipsos poll published on Tuesday reveals that any so-called advantage presumptive Democrat Party presidential candidate Joe Biden might have had over President Trump in the upcoming presidential election has all but disappeared.
After a week of gaffes, it's happened. Joe Biden is dropping in the polls.
Polls show former Vice President Joe Biden leading the 2020 race for president, with CNN over the weekend suggesting his lead was the “steadiest” in any race with an incumbent “since at least 1944.” At the same time, experts say, Democrats would be remiss to place too much faith in those early numbers.
President Donald Trump and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden would tie in Texas if the presidential election were held today, a poll shows.
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are locked in a tie, the new IBD/TIPP Poll finds. Joe Biden had led in every IBD/TIPP 2020 presidential election poll back to August, including a 6-point edge in early April.