Former Vice President Joe Biden has been leading in every poll against President Donald Trump to win the 2020 White House race. In the latest Monmouth University poll released on Thursday, the Democratic presumptive nominee increased his lead by a wide margin to a double-digit lead. As per the Monmouth University poll, Biden has a 12-point nationwide lead against President Donald Trump, which is 53 percent to Trump's 41 percent among the votes polled by all the registered voters. Biden gained a one-point lead compared to the same poll conducted by Monmouth University in May.
The poll had some interesting statistics; one of them is Trump's reelection attempt. Among the registered voters, half of them said that they are not likely to support President Trump in the coming elections. Joe Biden's favorability ratings are much better than that of Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee in 2016. Forty-four percent of the registered voters are favoring the former vice president to assume office in 2020 elections. Trump is lagging way behind with only 27 favorable percentage points compared to Biden. Comparing all the past polls by Monmouth University, Biden has been increasing his leading consistently since March when he had only a 3-point lead, which is now increased to 12 percentage points lead in June. With tumbling poll numbers for the president, we have previously reported that Trump has realized his poor performance in his reelection campaign.
If Trump's campaign continues to put up a grim performance in the coming months, then the Democratic presumptive nominee Joe Biden will have a free run in his attempt to be the next president of the United States. Else the fight would be an interesting one to watch out this November. The Monmouth poll also had a factor on which candidate is more healthy physically and mentally to be the president. Biden, who is three years older than Trump, received 52 percent of the voters' support and are confident with Biden's mental health and physical stamina to be the president. On the other hand, Trump received only 45 percent of the voters' support. The Monmouth University poll was held by phone from June 26 to 30 among 867 adults, including 733 registered voters. The error margin for the survey is plus or minus 3.6 percentage points.Dr. Dhillon Randeep
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