In a Muhlenberg College survey of registered voters in Pennsylvania, Bernie Sanders is the only Democrat with a lead over Donald Trump in the key general election battleground state.
Sanders leads the president by three points in the hypothetical match up, with 49 percent support to Trump’s 46 percent. No other Democrat running for president leads the Republican president.
Former vice president Joe Biden and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren were tied with Trump in the Keystone State, all with 47 percent support among registered voters.
Moderate Pete Buttigieg trails Trump by one point, with 45 percent support to the president’s 46 percent. Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar is also one point behind, with 44 percent support in the state.
Billionaire centrist former mayor of New York City Michael Bloomberg trailed Trump by the biggest margin in the field, three points, with 45 percent support to the president’s 48 percent.
The Muhlenberg College poll of 424 registered voters was conducted between February 12 and 20.