Greater Part Of Americans Are Convinced in Trump’s Election Win In 2020

Poll also revealed that disapprovers of Trump had a palpable dislike for him because of his lies, racism and incompetence.
Most of America thinks Donald Trump is going to win the 2020 Presidential elections, according to a CNN Poll. The poll results come amid a term that has seen a rise in hate crimes and an economy that has suffered. With Trump manufacturing trade wars with various countries, amongst them China, the stock markets continue to remain highly volatile.
Greater Part Of Americans Are Convinced in Trump’s Election Win In 2020

While the stats are not overwhelmingly in favor of Trump, 54% believe Donald Trump will get a second term at the White House, according to CNN. 41% reckon he will lose the election. Polls of such nature tend to fluctuate often given the huge consequences of a decision the President makes. It was only last December that a narrow majority of 51% felt Donald Trump would lose the election in 2020. To put the stats into perspective, only 50% of America thought Barack Obama would be re-elected in May 2011 just after the death of Osama Bin Laden.
Greater Part Of Americans Are Convinced in Trump’s Election Win In 2020

The significant shift in numbers comes from those who disapproved of Trump’s Presidency. In December, 81% of the group that disapproved of Trump thought he would lose the Presidential election but now only 67% of the group believes that he will lose the election. At the same time, among Trump’s core supporters who approved of his Presidency, 85% thought he would win in December and that number has gone up to 88% now.
Greater Part Of Americans Are Convinced in Trump’s Election Win In 2020

One possible explanation for the rise in numbers could be that there is a lot of strong Democratic candidates as opposed to just Donald Trump being a prime candidate from the Republican party. The focus of the Republican party has been on re-electing Donald Trump while Democrats have many candidates who are vying to be the Democratic nomination as Presidential candidate. While Joe Biden leads the poll numbers among Democrats, candidates like Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have been gaining ground by making concrete promises and policy specifics surrounding issues like climate change, unemployment, the education system, and the income inequality. Trump will be able to secure core support of the conservatives and Republicans early on and strengthen his base.
Greater Part Of Americans Are Convinced in Trump’s Election Win In 2020

The core issue bothering those who disapprove of Donald Trump is his behavior. The poll revealed the disapprovers of Trump had a palpable dislike for him with lying (13%) being one of the major issues that bothered them. Racism (11%), Incompetence (11%), Immigration (7%) and not acting Presidential (7%) are some of the other issues cited by those Trump’s disapprovers who participated in the poll.

On the other hand, those who approved of him cited his accomplishments as President with over 26% of them saying the economy had improved. Over 12% felt Trump had kept his promises, 9% said he was getting things done, way more than other Presidents. Around 8% said there was an improvement in the unemployment ratings with 5% backing him over his stance and policies on border control. With regards to Immigration, Americans have given Donald Trump a 41% approval rating.
Greater Part Of Americans Are Convinced in Trump’s Election Win In 2020

Despite the trade war with China rocking the stock market and creating an unstable business environment, 7 in 10 people among his core support group believe the economy is in good shape. Over 52% say they approve of Trump's handling of the economy, down 4 points since April. The poll marks a new high for Trump’s Presidency because, in terms of approval with regards to the state of the economy, this is the best mark since 2000.
Greater Part Of Americans Are Convinced in Trump’s Election Win In 2020

The CNN Poll was conducted by survey group SSRS between May 28 and 31. SRSS chose a random national sample and contacted 1,006 adults via landlines or cellphones. They were then interviewed by a live interviewer.