While those leaked polls came from March, Trump's own polls showed him trailing in 11 battleground states like Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. Trump found narrows leads against Hillary Clinton in those states during his election campaign played an important role in his ultimate victory. Trump's combined negative was up 3 points from a poll conducted in late April and early May. Adam Geller, who was also a pollster for the Trump campaign in 2016, was another who was let go, according to another Republican familiar with the situation.
Biden was up by six points in Georgia. The state has not seen a Democratic victor since 1976 when Jimmy Carter was president.
Of course, the president predictably denied the poor poll results, bragging that he has "great internal polling" and telling George Stephanopoulos: "We are winning in every single state that we've polled".
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'These leaked numbers are ancient, in campaign terms, from months-old polling that began in March before two major events had occurred: the release of the summary of the Mueller report exonerating the President, and the beginning of the Democrat candidates defining themselves with their far-left policy message, ' Brad Parscale said.
And given how the pollsters being fired was apparently about "pacifying" the president, Tapper added, "This is a theme we've seen throughout the Trump presidency".
During Trump's interview with ABC News, which aired on Sunday, the President asked his chief of staff Mick Mulvaney to leave the Oval Office after for coughing during the Q&A. That combined 62% compared with a combined 37% who said they were enthusiastic or comfortable with a Trump vote, the poll shows.
Trump's businesses reportedly lost $1.17 billion between 1985 and 1994, The New York Times reported in May, citing information from tax documents from those years.