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Politics Poll shows Trump growing his lead in Iowa as Senate race tightens

00:45  28 september  2020
00:45  28 september  2020 Source:   politico.com

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The Senate race in Iowa is tightening , according to a new poll that shows Sen. But Democrats also believe that Iowa has the potential to swing in their favor, citing Greenfield’s relatively strong early fundraising numbers and a March Des Moines Register poll that showed Ernst’s approval rating at 47

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President Donald Trump maintains a slight lead over former Vice President Joe Biden in Iowa, according to a new poll which also found the state’s Senate race in a dead heat.

Donald Trump wearing a suit and tie: President Donald Trump arrives to speak at the Republican Party of Iowa's annual dinner June 11, 2019, in West Des Moines. © Patrick Semansky/AP Photo President Donald Trump arrives to speak at the Republican Party of Iowa's annual dinner June 11, 2019, in West Des Moines.

The Monmouth University poll shows Trump with 50 percent support among registered voters there, compared with Biden’s 44 percent. That’s a wider gap than in August, when a Monmouth survey found Trump with 48 percent to Biden’s 45 percent, signaling that the president may be solidifying his support as November's election draws nearer.

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The Loras College poll shows Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, and Trump , the Republican nominee, tied with 38 percent support among “Donald Trump has been able to widen his appeal in the past several weeks, and many see Iowa as a prime electoral pick-up opportunity for the

Among likely Iowa voters polled, Trump holds a 49-46 advantage over Biden.

Trump flipped Iowa, which had previously voted twice for President Barack Obama, defeating Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton there by a 51-42 margin in 2016, leading some to believe the state was out of Biden’s reach this fall until polls showed a closer race.

But while the poll indicates a growing lead for the president in Iowa, it shows the Senate race between Republican Sen. Joni Ernst and Democrat Theresa Greenfield getting tighter.

Ernst and Greenfield are now tied, with both women receiving 47 percent support among registered voters, compared to a month ago when Ernst held a 3-point lead.

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Donald Trump has muscled ahead in Iowa , regaining his lead on the brink of the first votes being cast in the 2016 presidential race . But there’s still a strong case for Cruz in this race — he’s more popular and respected than Trump , the final Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics Iowa Poll shows .

Trump polled at 22 percent among likely Iowa caucus goers while his closest competitor, former neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson, polled at 14 percent. According to this poll , Trump was the best candidate equipped to handle terrorism, the economy and illegal immigration. Forty-four percent said

Ernst falls behind, though, when the poll's data is weighted to consider two different likely voter models — one with a higher projected turnout than in 2016 and one with a lower projected turnout.

Under a high-turnout scenario, Greenfield receives 49 percent to Ernst’s 46 percent, while under the lower turnout scenario Greenfield receives 48 percent to Ernst’s 47 percent.

The poll, which was conducted following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg last week, found a divided electorate when it comes to the president’s pledge to fill her vacant seat prior to the election. Half of those polled said they would not approve of Trump trying to install Ginsburg’s replacement before Election Day, with 47 percent saying they would approve of such a move.

That number rises slightly to 48 percent when voters were asked whether they would approve of Trump confirming a new justice after the election if Biden were to win, compared to 49 percent who would not approve.

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National polls show Mr Biden at a significant advantage. White seniors in particular, a group that We calculate poll averages for Biden and Trump in each state using an exponential decay formula, which gives Polling averages are just one way to estimate the state of the race , and can create potential

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The Monmouth poll was conducted by phone from Sept. 18-22, with 402 registered voters in Iowa. Results from the survey have a margin of error of plus or minus 4.9 percentage points.


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