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Mike Bloomberg 2020


Sheekey Daily Read

January 31, 2020


 
 

Zogby: Bloomberg Threat Real, Only Democrat Leading Trump.

Several new polls show Mike Bloomberg continuing to build momentum as we run a nationwide campaign to defeat Donald Trump.

Mike beats Trump by two percentage points (45% to 43%) in a head-to-head matchup, according to a Zogby Analytics national poll released Thursday. See graphic below.

Bloomberg, unlike his Democratic rivals, performs well with Independents (Bloomberg leads 39% to 35%), suburban women (Bloomberg leads 42% to 41%), and small city voters (Bloomberg leads 52% to 38%), according to the poll.

Mike also blunts Trump's gains with some younger voters: those aged 25-34 (Bloomberg leads 50% to 33%) and aged 30-49 (Bloomberg leads 46% to 41%). 

In the latest Reuters/Ipsos national poll, released on Thursday, Mike surpassed Elizabeth Warren among registered voters. 

The poll found Bloomberg at 12% support nationwide — two points over Warren, who registered 10%. 

That is up from 5% in a similar poll that ran the first week of December; Bloomberg’s popularity has risen in the poll almost every week since then. Read more here

A Third PollBloomberg Surges Past Warren into Third Place in New Hill-HarrisX National Poll (The Hill)

AnalysisBloomberg’s Super Tuesday Strategy Might Be Working (FiveThirtyEight)
 

 

Mike Spends Big on Ads Attacking Trump.


Bloomberg Has Spent More Than $100 Million on Trump Attack Ads (Mediaite) 


Today the Bloomberg campaign will release financial documents in a filing to the FEC that reveal how much it has spent on his presidential bid to defeat Trump. 

The campaign has spent in excess of $25 million on digital ads, and has topped $85 million in TV buys. Read more here.

 

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What I'm Reading.


Editorial of the DayDemocrats Need to Focus on Picking the Best Candidate to Beat Trump (Washington Post)

Senate Fail: Senate Appears Ready to Reject Witnesses in Trump Impeachment Trial, Acquittal Vote Possible Friday (Washington Post)

Blown Down: Winds Topple U.S. Border Wall Being Built; It Falls in Mexico (Associated Press)

Brexit Day: Britain Quits EU, Steps Into Transition Twilight Zone (NPR)

Eyes on the Prize: Sofia Kenin Will Seek Her First Grand Slam Singles Title in Australian Open Saturday (New York Times)

Please Don't Go: 'The Crown' Will End Its Reign Earlier Than Expected (Hollywood Reporter)
 
 

Best of Late Night.


"Over 150,000 people are expected to visit Miami this weekend for the Super Bowl, as well as a handful of unlucky tourists who happened to pick the wrong weekend." 
— Seth Meyers

"This year, it's been announced that each 30-second spot will cost advertisers a record $5.6 million. That's a lot of money for something that plays in the background while everyone's taking a bathroom break." 
— James Corden

“A 30-foot-high portion of President Trump’s border wall blew over yesterday and fell into Mexico. Man, that’s how rough things are right now in the U.S. — even Trump’s wall is leaving the country.”
— Seth Meyers


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