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Fox News reveals devastating poll numbers for Trump — hours after being attacked by the president

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Hours after President Donald Trump lashed out at Fox News, the network released new poll results on the 2020 presidential race.

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“The latest Fox News Poll finds voters trust Biden to do a better job than Trump on health care by 17 points, coronavirus by 9, and relations with China by 6,” Fox News reported. “In the 2020 ballot test, Biden leads Trump by 48-40 percent. Biden’s 8-point advantage is outside the poll’s margin of error. However, given that 11 percent are undecided or plan to vote for someone else, neither candidate hits 50 percent support.”

“Trump’s personal favorable rating is net negative by 12 points: 43 percent view him positively, while 55 percent have an unfavorable opinion (including 45 percent ‘strongly’ unfavorable),” Fox News noted.

Trump has also lost significant ground with seniors.

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