Florida plays an important role in determining every presidential election, so people tend to watch it closely.
Trump won the state in 2016 and things are already looking good for him there in 2020.
A new poll finds him beating both Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders there.
The Hill reports:
Poll: Trump leads Biden and Sanders in Florida
President Trump leads both former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in hypothetical head-to-head match-ups in Florida, according to a new poll out one day before the state’s Democratic primary.
Forty-eight percent of Florida voters said they would vote for Trump in a head-to-head match-up with Biden, compared to 45 percent of Florida voters who said they would vote for Biden in the same scenario, according to a new Univision survey.
Meanwhile, in a head-to-head match-up with Sanders, Trump received 49 percent support, while the senator garnered 42 percent.
The survey comes one day before Floridians head to the polls in the state’s Democratic primary. The same Univision poll shows Biden with 63 percent support, while Sanders trails at 25 percent…
The eventual Democratic nominee will face a tough battle against Trump in the state regardless of who it is.
There is more to this story. Trump is making inroads with some Democrat voters in Florida.
Red State reports:
In Warning Sign for Democrats, New Florida Poll Shows Trump Making Inroads Among Key Dem Voting Blocs
In the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in Florida in what was a disastrous series of losses for Clinton in key battleground states she needed to win on election day.
A new Florida poll released this week shows President Trump looking stronger in the state almost 4 years later, thanks in part to gains he’s made among African-American voters and Latino voters.
According to 2016 exit polls for Florida, Trump won 35% of the Latino vote and just 8% of the black vote. But a new Florida Atlantic University BEPI poll taken last week shows support from both voting blocs has jumped…
If Trump wins Florida in 2020, his victory is all but assured.