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Reuters Poll: Biden Leading Trump by 14%; Sanders Leading Trump by 9%

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An Ipsos/Reuters national poll shows Joe Biden leading Donald Trump 50% to 36% for president. Trump also loses to Bernie Sanders by 46% to 37%.

The poll was conducted May 29 through June 5 and surveyed 3851 registered voters.

Other Democratic candidates are also leading Trump but by smaller margins. Elizabeth Warren leads by 5%, Buttigieg by 2%, and Harris by 3%.

Choosing among the Democratic candidates, Biden has the support of 31%, Sanders has 14% and Warren 9%. This question was asked of registered Democrats and Independents.

Looking at Biden’s numbers against Trump, he would defeat Trump with Independents by 46% to 30%. Biden would receive 86% of Democrat’s votes to 5% for Trump. Republican votes go 80% for Trump to 10% for Biden.

The website 538 gives the Ipsos/Reuters poll a B+ rating.

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Other recent polls:

poll.qu.edu/…

Quinnipiac Poll of Texas 6/5/2019:

Biden       48%  ——- Trump 44%

Sanders   44% ——– Trump 47%

emersonpolling.reportablenews.com/…

Emerson Poll of North Carolina 6/3/2019:

Biden         56% ——–Trump 44%

Sanders     54%———Trump 46%

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morningconsult.com/…

Trump approval/disapproval rates May 2019:

  • New Hampshire: 39% to 58%
  • Wisconsin: 42% to 55%
  • Michigan: 42% to 54%
  • Iowa: 42% to 54%
  • Arizona: 45% to 51%
  • Pennsylvania 45% to 52%
  • Ohio: 46% to 50%
  • North Carolina: 46% to 50%
  • Florida: 48% to 48%
  • Indiana: 49% to 46%

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