Poll: Trump loss in 2020 anticipated by over half of Americans

A CNN poll conducted from March 22 to 25 indicates that the majority of Americans believe President Trump will suffer a loss in the 2020 election.

54 percent of the roughly 1,000 respondents said they don’t foresee Trump being re-elected, which CNN points out is on par with Barack Obama’s numbers at the same point in his presidency.

Not surprisingly, responses to the question about Trump’s second term chances were highly partisan.

79 percent of Republicans were confident Trump will, once again, be elected to the high office. 87 percent of Democrats said he will not.

Of course, which Democrat will be running, presumably against Trump, is unknown at this time.

The pool of candidates for the nomination is expected to be a rather large one, though there are some names that continue to dominate polls and predictions.

Those include former Vice President Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, and Elizabeth Warren.

A recent ranking from the Washington Post’s Aaron Blake puts Sanders in the number one slot, followed by Warren and Biden, respectively.

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