Your Daily Roundup for March 10th
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Good afternoon. Here are the latest news and updates that our team at Future Majority is tracking.
All eyes are on Michigan tonight.
As voters in six states hold primaries and caucuses today, we’ll be closely following Michigan -- the largest delegate-haul of the night and a general election battleground state.
A new Monmouth poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden with a 15 point lead over Bernie Sanders, 51% to 36%, respectively. Representative Tulsi Gabbard polls at 1%.
The Monmouth poll also asked Michigan voters to think to the November election and their preferences of Democratic candidates against Trump. Both potential Democratic nominees narrowly lead Trump:
- Biden: 48%, Trump: 41%
- Sanders: 46%, Trump: 41%
In the wake of the coronavirus, President Trump’s approval rating is sliding:
A new Quinnipiac poll out this week shows a big drop in Trump’s approval rating among voters -- a 13 point deficit for the President:
- Approve: 41%
- Disapprove: 54%
Similarly, a new Politico/Morning Consult poll shows Trump’s job approval down 9 points:
- Approve: 44%
- Disapprove: 53%
A national CNN poll shows Trump’s job performance approval also hovering in the mid- 40s:
- Approve: 45%
- Disapprove: 52%
Six states head to the polls today. We’ll be back tomorrow with analysis of the results of Super Tuesday II. In the meantime, be on the lookout for other important dates in the 2020 primary:
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