Robinette BidenThe Hill's 12:30 Report Pence talks regularly to Biden, Cheney: report Biden moving toward 2020 presidential run: report MORE leads President Trump in a potential 2020 matchup by 11 points, according to a new poll.
Biden tallies 46 percent to Trump's 35 percent, according to the survey.
The survey of 1,993 registered voters, conducted from November 9-11 as Biden geared up for a media tour to promote his new book Promise Me, Dad and entertained questions about whether he would run against Trump, has a margin of error of plus or minus two percentage points.
Biden Leads Trump by 11 Points in Prospective 2020 Race
Among white voters, Biden stood at 41 percent and Trump at 40. Biden's 11-point margin against Trump is considerable, and it comes at a time when the former vice president is generating a lot of buzz around a possible presidential campaign. The hypothetical poll showed a generic Democrat leading Trump 48 percent to 34 percent.
Speaking on NBC's "Today" show, the 74-year-old Biden didn't rule out a run in 2020.
If former Vice President Joe Biden is thinking about a run for president in 2020, there's reason to believe he could do well against President Donald Trump. "Notably, 86 percent of Democrats say they would vote for a generic Democrat over Trump, but only 78 percent of Democrats say they prefer Biden over Trump". "I've been around too long". The vice president also served for 36 years in the Senate representing Delaware.
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