Colleen Craig · March 16, 2020
A new poll released by NBC News and Marist on the day before the Ohio primary (previously scheduled for March 17) shows Joe Biden beating Donald Trump in a general election by 4 points in the Buckeye State, 49 percent to 45 percent.
Bernie Sanders also leads Trump in a general election match-up by two points, 48 percent to 46 percent.
Knowing that it is a long way off, 45 percent of registered voters in Ohio say they want to see a Democratic Congress as the outcome of the election. 44 percent say they would prefer a Congress controlled by Republicans.
In Ohio, Trump’s approval rating among registered voters is 46 percent approve, 48 percent disapprove, according to NBC News.
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