Democratic Poll: Donald Trump Will Be “Hardest to Beat”
It was another PACKED HOUSE for Donald Trump tonight in Fort Dodge, Iowa.
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) November 13, 2015
Democratic voters believe Donald Trump would be the most challenging candidate to beat in 2016.
31% of Democratic voters say Trump would be the hardest to beat.
In a distant second – 15% say Ben Carson would be the hardest to beat.
CBS News reported:
Far and away, Clinton remains the candidate Democratic primary voters think has the best chance of winning a general election – 76 percent say she does.
But which Republican presidential candidate would be the most challenging for the Democratic nominee? At this point, Democratic primary voters say it’s Donald Trump: 31 percent say he would be the most difficult Republican for a Democratic nominee to beat. Ben Carson (15 percent) is a distant second, followed by Marco Rubio (13 percent) and Jeb Bush (13 percent).
Both Clinton and Sanders supporters view Trump as the Republican that poses the most difficult challenge.