New polling from Quinnipiac University released today had President Trump with leads of between 7 and 11 points on each of the top Dems vying for their party’s nomination to face him this fall.
The Quinnipiac poll looked at Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, all three part of the so-called “blue wall” that crumbled in 2016 as Trump won each of the states.
While Trump had significant leads on all six Dem contenders among registered voters in Wisconsin, he trailed all six in the Michigan and Pennsylvania polls.
In Wisconsin, it was:
- Trump 50, Amy Klobuchar 39.
- Trump 51, Elizabeth Warren 41.
- Trump 49, Buttigieg 41.
- Trump 49, Bloomberg 41.
- Trump 50, Sanders 43.
- Trump 49, Joe Biden 42.
The poll of 823 self-identified registered voters was conducted Feb. 12-18 using live interviews on landlines and cell phones. The margin of error was plus or minus 3.4 percentage points.
The poll is rated B+ by FiveThirtyEight.
See more from the poll here.
See other recent Wisconsin polls at FiveThirtyEight.