Mike Bloomberg could beat Donald Trump in a hypothetical general election match up, a Sunday morning poll revealed. A Morning Consult/Politico poll shows the former New York City mayor beating the incumbent president by 6 per cent, the same margin of victory that Senator Elizabeth Warren has over Trump in the survey. The poll shows the Massachusetts progressive lawmaker with 45 per cent support among 1,300 voters polled on November 8 compared to the 39 per cent who said they would vote for Trump over Warren. While 43 per cent of respondents said they would go for Bloomberg if he was up against Trump, 37 per cent said they would vote for the current president, and 21 per cent said they either don’t know or don’t have an opinion on that particular matchup. Bloomberg’s odds, in this poll, fare better than front-runner Democratic candidates former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who are shown beating Trump in a head-to-head matchup by 4 and 5 per cent, respectively. Billionaire Michael Bloomberg (left) could beat Donald Trump (right) by 6 per cent in a hypothetical head-to-head general election matchup, a Sunday morning Morning Consult/Politico poll revealed Of those polled,… Read full this story
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