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🚨 POLL: Will Trump win in 2020?

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🚨 POLL: Will Trump win in 2020?

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Donald Trump won Iowa’s six electoral votes by roughly 10 percent in his presidential election victory four years ago, according to Fox News.

A new poll indicate a close contest between Trump and Joe Biden.

According to a Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa poll, Trump edges the former vice president and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee 44-43 percent among likely general election voters in Iowa.

Trump won the Des Moines Register’s March survey by 10 points over Biden.

Reportedly, the poll indicates the that Trump’s approval rating has dropped from 50 percent in March to 45 percent now.

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The president’s 1-point margin is well within the survey’s margin of error of plus or minus 3.8 percentage points.

Then-Vice President Al Gore narrowly won Iowa in 2000, with then-President George W. Bush winning the state by a razor-thin margin in 2004. But then-Sen. Barack Obama took Iowa by nearly 10 points in 2008 and by 6 points four years later.

The new poll comes as the president trails Biden in most recent national polling as well as in many of the key general election battleground states. But there’s still four-and-a-half months to go until November’s election, which is an eternity in electoral politics.

The new survey suggests that Iowa – which was expected to be safe territory after Trump’s decisive win in 2016 – now appears to be up for grabs in 2020.