Still, the Fox poll, conducted June 9 to June 12, is seen as heartening by Democrats eager to chip away at Trump's popularity, particularly in key battleground states like Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
The president does not officially launch his re-election campaign until Tuesday, when he plans an elaborate, rally-style event in a huge arena in Orlando, Florida.
Trump's 2020 campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
US President Donald Trump in a Monday statement claimed that polls in the US show that he is ahead of 2020 presidential contenders in seventeen key "swing states". That includes the Polling Company, previously run by Kellyanne Conway, Trump's former campaign manager and current White House counselor.
The Trump campaign said it will fire several of its pollsters - after the leak of unflattering internal poll numbers, according to two campaign officials. That combined 62% compared with a combined 37% who said they were enthusiastic or comfortable with a Trump vote, the poll shows. "The reassessment of Warren, confirmed in conversations with more than a half-dozen Trump advisers, reflects the volatility of the massive Democratic primary and how the reelection campaign is reacting to it".
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Warren, like Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris, has tapped into the progressive wing of the Democratic party, whereas Biden has positioned himself as the moderate, middle-of-the-road candidate.
Trump's "kill the messenger" strategy in response to the leaked polling data reflects his desire to show strength at all times, even in the face of less-than-favorable news from within his own campaign. Trump's combined negative was up 3 points from a poll conducted in late April and early May.
Of the two dozen candidates in the Democratic field, most of the people surveyed say they're really only considering a few of the candidates.
After the leak of the internal polling, both Parscale and Fabrizio argued that the numbers were out-of-date and that once the Trump campaign "defined" Democrats to respondents, the numbers shifted in Trump's favor.
That is more than any other candidate raised in the first quarter of the year, when Sen.
According to the data, "electability" is a high priority for Democratic voters.