REPORT: ‘Staggering’: Fox News poll shows more good news for Biden than Trump

MAY 22, 2020

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Most voters are concerned about the pandemic and the economy, so when they favor Joe Biden on coronavirus and Donald Trump has a narrow edge on pocketbook issues — it makes for a tight race for the White House.

The latest Fox News Poll finds voters trust Biden to do a better job than Trump on health care by 17 points, coronavirus by 9, and relations with China by 6.  Trump is trusted more on the economy by a slim 3-point margin.

The article goes on to state the following:

“That might be the election in a nutshell,” says Democrat Chris Anderson, who conducts the poll with Republican Daron Shaw.  “Trump has a slight advantage in a narrow debate about economic recovery, but a debate about coronavirus or public health more broadly benefits Biden.”

For the 2020 presidential race, Biden leads Trump by 48-40 percent.

Fox News anchor Brian Kilmeade reacted to the Fox News own poll on-air Friday, calling it “staggering.”

“Let’s talk about Joe Biden. He got some good news in a Gallup poll and a Fox News poll. He’s beating Donald Trump by between 9 and 11 points,” Kilmeade said.

“He’s more trusted on China by 6, more trusted on healthcare by 17 — and now, uh, which is staggering to me — but the president has an edge who is more trusted on the economy.”

After the poll was released, Dan Scavino, White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications and Director of Social Media, helpfully reminded via tweet that twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was favored to win the 2016 election by 10-points in a Fox News poll.

The Daily Caller noted:

There are signs that Trump is still competitive in key swing states, and his approval rating is staying steady.


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