Trump: Unbeatable or easily defeated?

The following poll results are recent findings by

Who can beat Donald Trump?

Republicans tend to see President Trump as unbeatable in 2020 while nearly half of Democrats say anybody can defeat him.

Seventy-five percent (75%) of Republican voters, 39% of Independents and 18% of Democrats believe it doesn’t matter who Democrats nominate for president because none of them will beat Donald Trump.

However, 49% of Democrat voters, 34% of Independents and 24% of Republicans say the opposite: it doesn’t matter who Democrats nominate because any of them will beat the president.

Taken together, 41% believe no Democrat currently running will beat the president; 36% believe any of them will.

Confidence in the economy

Confidence in the economy remains strong, according to

Thirty-six percent (36%) of respondents say the economy is getting better.

Twenty-four percent (24%) say it is getting worse.

Sixty-eight percent (68%) of Republicans say they think the economy is getting better while 6% think it’s getting worse.

Among Democrats, (17%) tend to believe it is getting worse.

And regarding Independents, 30% say things are getting better while 26% say worse.

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7 thoughts on “Trump: Unbeatable or easily defeated?”

  1. Looking at those poll results and you wonder if the country were ever so polarized — I’m sure we would be surprised to find that we HAVE been, but the digital age seems to have made it more pointed. The next election appears to be shaping up as a “Capitalist vs Socialist” battle – incredible that we might abandon the very system that has allowed this country to accumulate and create so much wealth.

  2. I, and many I have spoken with, will not be honest in answering any political polls. Why should we be honest with a media who have been consistently and willfully dishonest with us?

  3. I think a better way of putting it is can the Democrates put up someone who can beat Trump.
    There is Biden, the more/most moderate candidate in the field. But will the Millennials hold their noses and vote for him, or stay at home?
    Any of the other more left to the left candidates, will they alienate the moderate/centrist left but attract the progressive left?

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