Hours after he formally kicked off his 2020 re-election campaign, a new national poll offers some encouraging numbers for President Trump.
The release Wednesday of a Suffolk University survey for USA Today comes a day after another poll in the crucial presidential battleground state of Florida showed the president trailing — and as several other polls have similarly shown high-profile Democratic candidates ahead.
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But the USA Today/Suffolk University survey showed 49 percent of Americans approving of the job Trump’s doing as president, with 48 percent giving him a thumbs down.
Additional information from USA Today:
Health care, immigration, the economy, climate change, education and taxes top the list of issues Democrats told a USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll they want to hear about during the two-night, 20-candidate debate marathon in Miami. President Trump, including efforts to get him out of the White House, ranked eighth in responses to the open-ended question, named by just 4%. Fewer than 1% cited “election interference.”
When asked which candidates they would be “excited” to see running, Democrats and independents showed a surge of enthusiasm since the USA TODAY/Suffolk survey in March for Buttigieg (up 24 points to 31%), Warren (up five points to 37%) and Harris (up four points to 40%). That sense of excitement had dropped since March for Biden (down eight points to 51%) and former Texas congressman Beto O’Rourke (down eight points to 26%).
— Susan Page (@SusanPage) June 19, 2019
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