A recent poll found that President Donald Trump – who was voted in 2016 by winning the electoral college despite having lost the nationwide referendum – is in a critical situation when it comes to polls in key battlefield states that make the election could impact in 2020
According to a recent survey by Morning Consult, Trump's net approval rating is negative and double digits in the major states of Iowa, Michigan, New Hampshire and Wisconsin. In particular, the president in Iowa has an approval rate of 42 percent and a rejection rate of 54 percent, which equates to a net approval rating of minus 12 percent. he publishes the same numbers in Michigan.
Trump also has a 39 percent approval rating and a 58 percent rejection rate in New Hampshire, which equates to a net approval rating of minus 1
These are not the only key states where Trump's approval rating is submerged. In Arizona, he has a 45 percent approval rate and a 51 percent rejection rate, which equates to a net consent rating of minus 6 percent. in North Carolina, he has an approval rate of 46 percent and a rejection rate of 50 percent, which equates to a net approval rating of minus 4 percent; he has a 46 percent approval rating and a 50 percent rejection rate in Ohio, which equates to a net compliance rating of minus 4 percent; and he has a 45 percent approval rate and a 52 percent rejection rate in Pennsylvania for a net approval rate of minus 7 percent.
Another Morning Consult poll that was released earlier this week took a look at the Democrats, who could replace Trump in the White House if they prevailed in the 2020 election. Former Vice President Joe Biden had a sizeable lead with 38 percent of registered voters across the country, followed by Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont with 19 percent, Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts with 10 percent, Mayor of South Bend Pete Buttigieg with 7 percent and Senator , Kamala Harris from California with 7 percent.
A mid-May poll by Fox News revealed that one of these candidates could pose a threat to Trump in a general election. In a duel with Biden Trump is 11 points behind (49 to 38 percent); and running against Sanders, Trump loses 5 points (46 percent to 41 percent). However, Trump is in the encounters with Warren (she leads with 43 to 41 percent), Harris (both candidates are 41 percent) and Buttigieg (Trump leads with 41-40 percent) within the margin of error.  One state that has received much attention is Texas, where Trump's approval rating wavers, despite winning the Red State nine-point in the 2016 presidential election. As Philip Bump of the Washington Post wrote:
Then there's this new poll among Texans from Quinnipiac University. Trump is facing a number of Democrats who are bidding for the party's nomination for 2020. He's only four points clear of Sen. Kamala D. Harris (D-Calif.) – and that's the race in which he gives the best. Despite his relative success last year, O'Rourke loses three points against Trump. Against Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), Trump's only number one.
Against former Vice President Joe Biden? Trump loses four points.