30/09/2020

President Trump is trailing the leading 2020 Democrats nationally…

President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump shares then deletes tweet praising Chiefs for representing ‘Great State of Kansas’Ken Bone endorses Andrew Yang for president: ‘#YangGang all the way!’Loeffler works to gain traction with conservatives amid Collins primary bidMORE is trailing the leading 2020 Democrats nationally in a new poll released a day ahead of the Iowa caucuses.
The NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll found the top four candidates in the race for the Democratic nomination lead Trump in theoretical head-to-head match-ups. 
Former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden responds to GOP senator’s impeachment warningSanders leads in Iowa ahead of caucus: pollThe Memo: Trump threatens to overshadow Democrats in IowaMORE earned the biggest lead with 50 percent ahead of the presidents 44 percent. Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersSanders leads in Iowa ahead of caucus: pollThe Memo: Trump threatens to overshadow Democrats in IowaKerry denies considering presidential bid: ‘Any report otherwise is categorically false’MORE (I-Vt.) had a 4 percentage point advantage over Trump in the theoretical race, with the progressive getting 49 percent and the president getting 45 percent.
The races involving the president against Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenSanders leads in Iowa ahead of caucus: pollThe Memo: Trump threatens to overshadow Democrats in IowaIowa poll snafu leaves Democrats guessing on eve of caucusesMORE (D-Mass.) and former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete ButtigiegPeter (Pete) Paul ButtigiegSanders leads in Iowa ahead of caucus: pollThe Memo: Trump threatens to overshadow Democrats in IowaIowa poll snafu leaves Democrats guessing on eve of caucusesMORE were closer. The Massachusetts senator led with 3 percentage points over Trump at 48 percent, while the former mayor had a 1 percentage point gain over the president at 46 percent. 
The pollsters also released results when the theoretical head-to-head races were limited to 11 battleground states, which they defined as Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
Biden retained the highest lead in those states, with a 5 percentage point advantage over Trump, coming in at 49 percent. Sanders earned a 3 percentage point lead over the president, also landing at 49 percent.
Both Warren and Buttigieg lagged behind Trump by 1 percentage point in these battleground states, with 48 percent and 46 percent, respectively.
The polls results come in the day ahead of the Iowa caucuses, as many voters have emphasized the importance of picking a nominee who can beat Trump. All four of the 2020 Democratic candidates are in a tight race to win delegates in the state. 
The NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll was conducted between Jan. 26 and Jan. 29 with 1,000 registered voters, with a margin of error of 3.1 percentage points.