The liberal mainstream media is already ramping up its efforts to help Democrats and hurt President Donald Trump in the 2020 election.
But a brand new poll reveals who voters think will win the 2020 presidential election.
According to presidential survey from ScottRasmussen.com, a majority of voters think Trump will win a second term in office.
The latest survey found that 63 percent of voters nationwide believe it is at least “somewhat likely” that Trump will win re-election in 2020.
The number of voters who think Trump will win the upcoming election has continued to rise in the survey all year.
Here’s a breakdown of the last seven months:
August – 63 percent
July – 60 percent
June – 57 percent
May – 56 percent
April – 54 percent
March – 50 percent
February – 46 percent
Only 29 percent of respondents said Trump is “very unlikely” to win re-election.
Just 15 percent said it’s “not likely at all” that the president will win the election in 2020.
A whopping 88 percent of Republicans believe the president is likely to secure a second term in office.
In fact, a majority (56 percent) of Republican voters believe POTUS is “very likely” to be re-elected.
On the other side of the aisle, 42 percent of Democrats think think it is “somewhat likely” that Trump wins in 2020.
Among Independent voters — who were crucial in 2016 and will play a big role in the upcoming election, 62 percent say the president is likely to win.
While the election is still around 16 months away, Trump has secured a huge advantage that could sway the outcome in his favor.
Trump’s campaign and the the Republican National Committee raised a combined $108 million in the second quarter of this year.
The Trump campaign and the RNC have a combined $123.7 million in cash reserves.
Trump already has a gigantic advantage over Democrats in the money race — and the president will likely continue to substantially widen the gap.
For context, those numbers are much higher than the fundraising totals former President Barack Obama and the Democratic National Committee posted in the same quarter in 2011.
In 2011, Obama’s reelection campaign reported $47 million in donations, with the DNC reporting it took in $38 million.
Trump and the RNC have brought in a combined $108 million compared to Obama and the DNC having just $85 million in total at the same time in their respective presidencies.
That’s a big difference.
The 2020 election may be a year and a half away, but it’s clear Trump has a massive fundraising advantage — which will be key to him securing a second term in office.