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RSR ROBBINS U.S Presidential 2020 Poll Trump v Warren, Trump v Sanders, Trump v Biden, Impeachment v Economy/Jobs/Trade, Most Corrupt, USMCA v China Trade Deal
  Oct 12, 2019

Question #1
(Period One ending September 22, 2019) (National projection of support following polling from the States of California, Texas, Florida, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan & Wisconsin): Which political leader of the two offered do you support for President 2020?
Donald Trump, Republican    53 %
Elizabeth Warren, Democrat    46 %
Question #2
(Period two ending October 3, 2019) Which political leader do you support for President 2020?
Donald Trump, Republican    52 %
Elizabeth Warren, Democrat    46 %
Question #3
Which political leader to you support for President 2020?
Donald Trump, Republican    53 %
Bernie Sanders, Democrat    44 %
Question #4
Which political leader do you support for President in 2020?
Donald Trump, Republican    51 %
Joe Biden, Democrat    45 %
Question #5
There is much talk in news about one politician or another involved in corruption. From the following political actors which in your opinion is most corrupt?
Joe Biden, Democrat    31 %
Donald Trump, Republican    22 %
Elizabeth Warren, Democrat    12 %
Bernie Sanders, Democrat    9 %
Mike Pompao, Republican Secretary of State    4 %
Question #6
Which of the following two responses reflects what is most important to you?
Good economy, well paying jobs, Trade & National Security    62 %
Impeaching Donald Trump based on telephone call with Ukraine President    20 %
Neither of these/Undecided/All Other    18 %
Neither of these/Undecided/All Other    18 %
Question #7
(Period three ending October 10, 2019) Which political leader do you support? (Random poll of US States referenced at Period one) Which political leader do you support for President in 2020?
Donald Trump, Republican    53 %
Elizabeth Warren, Democrat    45 %
Question #8
Which action from the following is most important to you?
Ratifying U.S./Mexico/Canada USMCA deal from NAFTA    35 %
A trade deal with China    23 %
Both USMCA and China trade deal are important to me    20 %
Neither USMCA/China Trade Deal are Important    22 %
Commentary
Period one reveals Donald Trump, Republican with (7%) leader over Elizabeth Warren, Democrat based on projection of support. Warren beats Trump in California - New York - is close in Michigan, but gets Thumped by Trump (TbT) in every other State. Margin of Error/Estimate not Random Sample is (1.75%) Trump support (51.25%) to (54.75%). Warren (44.25%) to (47.75%).
In Period Two Survey/Polling we see Trump @ (52%) support and Warren (46%). Trump beats Sanders (53%) to (44%). Trump beats Joe Biden (51%) to (45%). On average Trump beats the Top 3 Democrats (52%) to (45%). Margin of ErrorEstimate part Random most Survey landline/some cell phone (1.5%). Trump (50.5%) to (53.5%).
Trump v Warren by State
California Trump (40.08%), Warren (55.71%); Texas: Trump (60.27%), Warren (39.15%); Florida: Trump (59.04%), Warren (40.41%); New York: Trump (42.98%), Warren (50.03%) Pennsylvania: Trump (56.93%), Warren (43.20%); Ohio: Trump (62.39%), Warren (36.77%); Michigan: Trump (51.27%), Warren (48.43%); Wisconsin: Trump (52.88%), Warren (45.80%).
Trump v Sanders by State
California Trump (45%), Sanders (43%) Texas: Trump (58%), Sanders (40%); Florida: Trump (55%), Sanders (44%); New York: Trump (42%), Sanders (53%); Pennsylvania Trump (57%), Sanders (39%); Ohio: Trump (57%), Sanders (41%); Michigan: Trump (47%), Sanders (46%); Wisconsin: Trump (49%), Sanders (43%).
Trump v Biden by State: California: Trump (43%), Biden (45%); Texas: Trump (53%), Biden (44%); Florida: Trump (55%), Biden (45%); New York: Trump (43%), Biden (47%); Pennsylvania: Trump (52%), Biden (46%); Ohio: Trump (55%), Biden (44%); Michigan: Trump (48%), Biden (48%); Wisconsin: Trump (48%), Biden (43%).
Period 3 Random Poll with (3%) declared Margin of Error Landline/Cell Phone - no call backs. Trump (50%) to (56%).

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