Investor Business Daily’s poll out just now shows Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders defeating Donald Trump. Kamala Harris also has a two point lead over Trump, which is within the 3.3% margin of error.
Each of those candidates had an edge over Trump, but only Biden garnered an outright majority. Biden led Trump by a comfortable 54%-41% among registered voters. Among independents, Biden led Trump 59%-35%. The other matchups were closer. Among all registered voters, Sanders led 50%-45%, Warren 49%-45%, and Harris 47%-45%.
The IBD/TIPP Poll conducted from July 25 through Aug. 1 reflects 902 responses and has a 3.3% margin of error. The election polling reflects a subset of 856 registered voters.
Trump’s approval has fallen from 43% to 40% since early July. This poll was taken before the shootings in Texas and Ohio and before the stock market meltdown today.
Another poll released today by NBC News surveyed Hispanic Americans by Latino Decisions and found that 21% of Hispanic Americans would definitely or probably vote for Donald Trump.
An overwhelming majority —almost eight-in-ten (78 percent)—said they are strongly or somewhat “frustrated with how Trump and his allies treat immigrants and Latinos” and are worried thing will get worse.
Yet on the Democratic side, pollsters did not find overwhelming enthusiasm, with fewer than six-in-ten Latinos saying they were planning to participate in the primaries.
Especially interesting are the state breakdowns.
The survey was taken in June but is being reported August 5.