A new Emerson poll has President Trump topping Bloomberg, Biden Klobuchar and Buttigieg nationally.
The only matchup that Trump loses in this poll is against Bernie Sanders by 2.
In 2016, Trump lost the popular vote by 2% but still won the Electoral College by a fairly large margin, thus any scenario where Trump were to win the national vote would likely result in a landslide victory.
Meanwhile, the same Emerson poll has Bernie Sanders pulling away from the pack.
Per Emerson, in potential head-to-head match-ups, Trump leads 4 of his 5 democratic rivals, trailing only against Sanders 51% to 49%. The President leads Biden 52% to 48% and leads Bloomberg, Buttigieg, and Klobuchar 51% to 49%.
There is a significant gender divide in head to head matchups against the President; in all head to head matchups against the President, men break for Trump and women break for the Democratic nominee.
Trump leads Biden 58%-42% among men whereas Biden leads 54%-46% among women. Against Sanders, Trump leads 55%-45% among men and Sanders leads 56%-45% among women.
Against Klobuchar, Trump leads 57% to 43% among men and Klobuchar leads 55% to 45% among women.
Against Bloomberg, Trump leads 58% to 42% among men whereas Bloomberg leads 55% to 45% among women.
Against Buttigieg, Trump leads 57% to 43% among men and Buttigieg leads 55% to 45% among women.