President Donald Trump's reelection campaign plans to fire several of its pollsters following the leak of the campaign's internal polling figures that showed 2020 Democratic candidate Joe Biden beating Trump in crucial swing states. Only Biden performed better in that poll, leading the president by 10 points.
Now, the Trump campaign has acknowledged that the data is real.
Parscale added in a statement on Saturday: 'All news about the President's polling is completely false.
These numbers have barely moved in the president's first two-plus years in office - with the poll showing an approval rating in the low- to mid-40s, and a disapproval rating in the low- to mid-50s.
A separate person close to the Trump re-election team told NBC News Saturday that the campaign will be cutting ties with some of its pollsters in response to the information leaks, although the person did not elaborate as to which pollsters would be let go.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MARCH 02: Democratic Presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Biden is most popular with voters over the age of 50, they survey shows.
"He has recalibrated on everything", Trump told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos in an interview slated to air Sunday.
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Presidents impeached by the House did not win re-election or gain political viability. Pelosi responded, "When we have conversations in our caucus they stay in our caucus".
The CBS News/YouGov poll shows Biden had support of 31% of Democratic primary voters with three USA senators next: Warren of MA at 17%, Sanders of Vermont at 16%, and Harris of California at 10%. Elizabeth Warren of MA and Cory Booker of New Jersey, along with former Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke.
Though Wallace's weekly political show airs on the Fox broadcast network, Sanders' appearance on Fox News Sunday came as progressive contenders for the Democratic ticket war with what it means to be associated with the Fox News brand and channel that has demonstrated a clear ideological preference toward Trump. "I think we can win in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and MI and some of the other battleground states, and that's a fight that I look forward to".
Democrats begin more earnestly winnowing down their field of almost two dozen candidates when they hold successive nights of televised debates on 26-27 June.
The poll suggests that Democrats are rallying around Biden because they see him as a candidate who can "unite Americans around shared beliefs", and who possesses "high ethical standards".
The US leader said in his chat: 'We are winning in every single state that we've polled.
"We need to pick a candidate that's going to be exciting to vote for - all people, women, people of all genders, races, income levels". To contact the author, please use the contact details within the article.