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'TRUMP 41%' TRENDS ON TWITTER AFTER THE NEW SURVEY SUGGESTS SIX MAINTENANCES THAT WOULD BE TAKEN

'TRUMP 41%' TRENDS ON TWITTER AFTER THE NEW SURVEY SUGGESTS SIX MAINTENANCES THAT WOULD BE TAKEN
Six Democratic candidates will beat the best President Donald Trump in possible clashes in 2020, according to a new survey by Quinnipiac University, published on Tuesday.

The poll shows that 53 percent of voters say they will support Biden, while 40 percent say they will vote for Trump. The gap is small for the Sens. Bernie Sanders (9 points, or 51 to 42 percent), Kamala Harris (8 points, or 49 to 41 percent) and Elizabeth Warren (7 points, 49 to 42 percent). Other candidates, such as Senator Cory Booker and Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, lead by a margin of five points (5 points, 47 to 42 percent).

"The direct confrontations head President Donald Trump's team: former Vice President Joseph Biden and other Democratic candidates will beat the president if elections are held today, led by Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Senator Cory Booker," said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University survey.

The convincing democratic advantage in possible national clashes increased slightly in Trump's approval rating and overall satisfaction with the state of the economy.

The poll says that 70 percent of American voters say the nation's economy is "excellent" or "good", but only 41 percent say Trump deserves credit for a thriving economy. Another 27 percent say that Trump does not deserve credit and 28 percent say that the economy is "not so good" or "poor".

On Twitter, many users made fun of the president, in light of the results. They made comparisons with unpleasant notions, such as drinking a gallon of milk in poor condition or undergoing a colonoscopy without anesthesia, and attributed high percentages to those ideas when citing 41 percent of Trump.

"A very strong economy and people with money in the bank, that's the magic combination that the White House hopes to use for re-election and those numbers are solid," Malloy said. "But Trump does not get that much credit."

A poll by Fox News in mid-May found similar results In that poll, Biden leads Trump with 11 points (49 to 38 percent), Sanders leads with 5 percentage points (46 to 41 percent) and Warren with 2 (43 to 41 percent). Harris ties Trump (41 to 41 percent), and Buttigieg follows him for one (40 to 41 percent).

The results of the Quinnipiac survey were the same day that the House of Representatives passed a resolution, with a vote of 229-191, so that Attorney General William Barr did not agree with the fulfillment of the summons from Congress.

Even so, the choice is 17 months, which leaves a lot of time for a change of luck. As the CNBC pointed out, the polls prior to the 2016 general election indicated that Hillary Clinton would lose the victory in the presidential race.

From June 6 to 10, Quinnipiac University surveyed 1,214 voters across the country with a margin of error of +/- 3.5 percentage points. The survey includes 503 Democrats and members of the Democratic Party with a margin of error of +/- 5.4 percentage points