Even in a Democrat-heavy sample, 65% of registered voters believe President Donald Trump will probably be re-elected, according to the latest CBS News/YouGov poll.
Also, just 12% say Trump "definitely will not" be re-elected.
The findings are particularly alarming because almost 65% of the sample self identifies as a Democrat or an independent planning to vote in a Democratic primary this year.
According to the poll results, responding to the question, "regardless of who you are supporting, do you expect Donald Trump will get re-elected?" voters answered:
- Definitely will: 31%.
- Probably will: 34%.
- Probably will not: 23%.
- Definitely will not: 12%.
Republicans are virtually certain with over 90% saying Trump definitely will be re-elected, and more than 33% of Democrats even admit it is at least probable he will, according to the poll.
In the Democratic primary, among likely primary voters, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., leads nationally, while former Vice President Joe Biden leads South Carolina's primary, which is Saturday, Feb. 29.
The poll was conducted for CBS News by YouGov, surveying 10,000 U.S. registered voters, including 6,498 self-identified Democrats or independents who plan to vote in the Democratic primary. The margin of error is plus or minus 1.2 percentage points.
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