Despite what the Fake News Media claims, the 2020 election is far from settled.
Everytime the “experts” in Washington think they have the race figured out, some new curveball gets thrown into the equation.
And this surprising 2020 poll had Donald Trump grinning from ear to ear.
The Democrat race continues to see massive upheaval in who the Party’s voters want to see take on Donald Trump.
The latest shakeup occurred after a Quinnipiac Poll found Elizabeth Warren plummeting 14 points from first place and tumbling all the way down to third.
Joe Biden crept back into the lead and South Bend Mayor Peter Buttigieg surged into second place.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s (D) surge is transcending early primary states and beginning to reflect nationally, a post-debate Quinnipiac University national poll released on Tuesday revealed.
The South Bend mayor has experienced a notable surge in early primary and caucus states in recent days, in Iowa and New Hampshire, particularly. Quinnipiac’s national poll, released Tuesday, indicated that the surge is transcending early voting states.
The survey, taken November 21 – 25, 2019, among 1,355 “self-identified registered voters nationwide,” showed Joe Biden (D) leading the field with 24 percent support and a top tier in flux, with Buttigieg overtaking both Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) for second place with 16 percent support. Warren fell two points behind with 14 percent, followed by Sanders with 13 percent support.
The rest of the field is separated by a steep dropoff. Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), and Michael Bloomberg (D) follow ten points behind Sanders with three percent support each. The remaining candidates garnered two percent support or less. The margin of error is +/- 4.9 percentage points, putting Buttigieg, Warren, and Sanders in a three-way race dead heat for second place.
The more chaotic the Democrat Party nomination is, the better Donald Trump’s 2020 prospects look.
A scrambled field is likely to produce multiple winners in the key early states of Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina.
If that happens, any chance of one candidate scoring an early knockout disappears and Democrats settle in for a campaign with multiple candidates in a trench war to secure delegates that could lead to a contested convention.
The longer the Democrat Party race drags on, the higher the chance the eventual nominee emerges broke and leading a fractured party.
Donald Trump is raising money hand-over-fist and leads a united Republican base.
And that gives him the advantage heading into the General Election.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.