Former Vice President Joe Biden leads Donald Trump in a new head-to-head poll at Quinnipiac University, the election presumptively Of Democratic candidates rose by 11 points. A survey released on Wednesday showed that Joe Biden outnumbered Trump by 50% -39% of voters. 88% of Democrats surveyed said they would vote for Biden, while 5% said they would vote for Trump. For Republicans, 87% chose Trump, while Biden was 8%.
Biden ’s lead when voters favor Biden over Trump (49% -41%) compared to Quinnipiac ’s national voter survey in early April Is increasing. The change is completely within the error range of the investigation. As the states continued to implement reopening plans during the coronavirus pandemic, Biden ’s leadership arrived. The survey found that compared with April, more voters did not like Trump's coronavirus response. 41% of voters supported the response, while 56% of opponents, 46% of support last month and 51% of opposition.
They began to ask which candidates they thought would help control the outbreak of coronavirus. Trump said that 55% said Biden was willing and 39% said. More and more voters said that Biden ’s health insurance will be better than Trump said, 57% -37%. But voters disagreed with the candidates they thought were most capable of managing the economy, Biden said 48%, and Trump said 47%.
Trump avoids wearing masks
Two-thirds of Americans (67%) said that Trump wants to wear masks in public. The vast majority of Democrats are 90%. He said he would reach an agreement with most independents (66%). 38% of Republicans said they should wear masks. So far, Trump has not appeared in public. But most White House employees around him have done it. Therefore, some workers tested positive for the virus. The investigation found that it included press secretary Katie Miller and Vice President Mike Pence.
Most Americans are cautious when reopening state-owned enterprises and public places. Seventy-five percent said that despite the adverse economic impact, reopening has carefully avoided the spread of coronavirus.
The Quinnipiac poll was conducted from May 14 to 18, with 1,323 voters who voted for themselves. The error range is plus or minus 2.7 percentage points.