New Florida 2020 Poll Shows Trump in Trouble Against Bloomberg, Biden, Sanders and Warren

A new poll shows that President Donald Trump is either behind or in dead heat with four of his Democratic challengers in Florida.

The results of the University of North Florida/First Coast News poll, which came from interviews with 725 Florida voters between February 16 and 18, were published Wednesday, according to First Coast News. The margin of error was plus or minus 3.6 percent.

Among other questions, pollsters asked respondents whom they would vote for if the general election were that day and they had to decide between Trump and one of the Democratic candidates.

The poll revealed that businessman and former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg would fare best against Trump in the Sunshine State if he was the Democratic nominee and the election was on the day the poll was taken. Fifty percent of all respondents said they would vote for Bloomberg, while 44 percent would support Trump's re-election and 6 percent were undecided.

Former Vice President Joe Biden performed only slightly better than Trump. The poll showed that 49 percent of respondents said they would vote for Biden, while 48 percent would support Trump and 3 percent were not sure.

The president and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who narrowly lost to former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg in Iowa's delegate count but won the New Hampshire primary, had equal support among poll respondents. Forty-eight percent of respondents said they would vote for Sanders if he was the nominee and the election were held that day, and 48 percent said they would support Trump. Meanwhile, 4 percent of respondents said they were undecided.

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren also showed the same amount of support as Trump. Forty-seven percent would vote for her if she was the nominee, with 47 percent supporting the president. Six percent of respondents in this matchup were unsure about whom they would vote for.

Mike Bloomberg, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar participate in the Democratic debate on February 19 in Las Vegas. Mark Ralston/Getty

Two Democratic contenders, Buttigieg and Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar, had less support than Trump showed among the poll respondents.

Forty-nine percent said they would vote for Trump if the Democratic nominee was Buttigieg, while 45 percent would vote for the former Indiana mayor and 7 percent were undecided.

As for Klobuchar, 44 percent said they would vote for her if she were the nominee, while 48 percent would vote for Trump and 8 percent could not decide.

Florida is the nation's fourth-most populous state, with slightly more than 19 million residents and 29 electoral votes. Trump won the state in 2016 with 48.6 percent of the vote to Hillary Clinton's 47.4 percent, according to The New York Times.