Nameless Democrat Would Beat Trump in 2020

Asked whether they would vote for Trump again, 24% of the Trump voters in the survey said they weren't sure and 4% already say they will vote for that abovementioned unnamed Democrat.

Despite the controversies that have surrounded President Donald Trump's first weeks in office, the Republican would win reelection in 2020 if he were to face the right Democratic opponent, a new survey suggests. Warren then delivered the same speech on Facebook which has now been viewed more than 12.5 million times.

Nevertheless, according to Wednesday's poll, 90 percent of those who voted for Trump last November strongly or somewhat approve of the job he's doing as president.

Warren has been widely touted as a potential Democratic candidate for president in 2020 and is considered one of the more progressive members of the Senate.

In that scenario, Trump receives just 35 percent, while the Democrat receives 43 percent, with 23 percent of people undecided.

When Americans were asked how they thought Trump would go down in history, again, the largest swath of respondents said he would be considered a 'poor president, ' at 38 percent.

Meanwhile, 25 percent of voters said Obama has been America's worst president, even as 20 percent said he was the best.

Press even further and you find that in a separate question, almost a sixth of respondents said they had never even heard of Warren, which makes asking people if they'd support her in an election even more of a fruitless endeavor.

Trump continues to have high disapproval numbers for a president so young into his administration. There are multiple reports of several investigations looking into the former national security adviser's contacts with Russian officials, remarks made by the counselor to the president pushing Ivanka Trump's clothing line, and Trump's handling of classified information in public.

In the past three press conferences, Trump has only called on conservative outlets.

The latest poll also shows that Trump's favorability is 49 percent. Another Republican, George W. Bush, was fourth with 7 percent.

When those numbers are broken out, 28 percent strongly approved of the president, while 21 percent somewhat approved.

  • Larry Hoffman