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Since the Impeachment/Ukraine Hoax launched in October of last year, President Trump has surged against his likely 2020 competitors. In an ABC News/Washington Post poll, Trump has surged by double digits in head-to-head match-ups against the four most likely winners of the 2020 Democrat presidential primary. This survey was taken between January 20 and 23 of 1,004 registered voters. In October, Trump was down 56 to 39 percent against Slow Joe Biden. As of now, that gap has closed 13 points. Trump is only down four points, 50 to 46 — and that’s well within the poll’s margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percent. Against 987-year-old Bernie Sanders, Trump was down 14 points in October, 55 to 41; that gap has now closed by 12 points, to just a two point lead for Sanders, 49 to 47. Elizabeth “Lieawatha” Warren was ahead of Trump by 15 points. Since October, since this impeachment hoax began, she has lost every bit of that lead. The two are now tied at 48 percent. Prior to the launch of Impeachment Season, even Mean Little Mayor Pete Buttigieg trounced Trump by 11 points, 52 to 41. As of now, though, the anti-Christian bigot has not only lost all of that lead, Trump beats him 48 to 45 — a 14 point swing.
NEW POLL: On virtually every big indicator Americans say things are better today than they were at the end of the Obama-Biden presidency.— Andrew Clark 🥶 (@AndrewHClark) January 27, 2020
Economy is better (+22 points), country is more secure (+18 points), the military is stronger (+15 points), streets are safer (+9 points)... pic.twitter.com/T5Ee7yUE80