The new Quinnipiac University national poll (6/6-10; 1,214 US registered voters; 503 likely Democratic primary voters) returns a poll that delivers particularly negative numbers for President Trump.
The survey shows all major Democratic candidates leading the President in isolated ballot test questions, with anywhere from 13 (Joe Biden) to five (Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Cory Booker) point margins. It also projects Independents breaking away from Mr. Trump in the Biden pairing by a whopping 58-28% margin. These results are more extreme than any other poll recently seen, however.
The Democratic primary, as all others show, posts Mr. Biden with a clear lead over the rest of the field. He would top Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), 30-19% with Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) posting a surprisingly strong 15%, by far her best showing. The Warren number, too, is inconsistent with other polling. Yesterday, for example, we covered the Suffolk University survey that found her receiving just 10% in her home state of Massachusetts.
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