A new Quinnipiac Florida poll has Joe Biden leading President Trump by a whopping 13 point margin.
In the race for the White House, former Vice President Joe Biden opens up a big lead over President Trump. Voters back Biden 51 – 38 percent over Trump.
In an April 22nd poll, it was close with Biden at 46 percent and Trump at 42 percent.
Democrats back Biden 89 – 2 percent, independents back Biden 48 – 32 percent, compared to 44 – 37 percent in April, and Republicans back Trump 88 – 10 percent.
“The president doesn’t escape the shifting moods and concerns of voters in Florida. His sagging numbers are a gut punch from one of the key states he keenly hopes to win,” Malloy added.
BIDEN VS. TRUMP: THE ISSUES
In five direct matchups, the President scores his best numbers on the economy, while Biden holds wide leads on handling a crisis, health care, response to the coronavirus, and addressing racial inequality.
Asked who would do a better job handling …
The Economy: Trump 50 percent, Biden 47 percent.
A Crisis: Biden 55 percent, Trump 42 percent.
Health Care: Biden 57 percent, Trump 39 percent.
Response to the Coronavirus: Biden 58 percent, Trump 38 percent.
Addressing Racial Inequality: Biden 58 percent, Trump 35 percent.