Biden leads Trump in a fictional Ohio performance

Biden leads Trump in a fictional Ohio performance

Joe Biden is the only White House Democratic candidate, according to a new survey published Thursday, Ohio presides over President Donald Trump in a fictional conflict in the general election.

Ohio voted in favor of Biden Trump by 50-42 percent of the voters of Quinnipiac University, while other major Democratic candidates, including Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, California Senator Kamala Harris, Senator of Massachusetts Warren and South Bend Ind, Mayor Pete Buttigieg are included. - Actually remains connected to the President.

Trump won the presidential election in Ohio by 51.3 percent and with 18 of his 18 electoral votes, while Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton won only 43.2 percent of the voters in the event of war. Former President Barack Obama had won the first state, long considered to be a benchmark in the US presidential politics in 2008 and 2012.

With the support of 31 percent Democrats and Democrats, Biden remains at the top in the extensive democratic camp at Owen. Harris and Sanders are second with 14 percent, followed by Warren with 13 percent and Butgig 6 percent.

Eight of the nearly two dozen Democratic candidates have secured 1 percent in the Qwippiak pole, and 12 candidates are less than 1 percent voting.

"Former Vice President Joseph Biden calls himself a person with a blue-collar. University assistant director Peter Brown said, "With Ohio, certainly not with a working-class state, it is not surprising that it is a Democrat who performs best against President Donald Trump and the remaining state Democratic is ahead of the primary. " Of KlinePiece in a sentence.

Brown said, "Biden performs better against Trump in the elections of all states at the University of Quinnipiac." "To be re-elected, Trump will have to win the Industrial Midwest. Ohio is definitely the key to that plan."

The Quinnipiac University surveyed more than 1,431 Ohio voters through landline and cell phones from 174 July to 22 July, with an error of plus or minus 3.2 percent points. There are more than 550 Democrats and interested independent voters in the poll, which has a margin of error of 5.1 percent marks.