President Donald Trump would lose in a match up against any of the Democratic presidential frontrunners, with Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren taking a clear lead in the latest Fox News poll.
Newsweek reported that the survey, conducted from September 15 to September 17, had Biden showing 52 percent support among voters compared to Trump’s 38 percent.
Sanders was next in line, with 48 percent to Trump’s 40 percent support.
And finishing out the top three, Warren beat Trump by six percentage points, garnering support from 46 percent of voters to the president’s 40 percent.
Kamala Harris took Trump in the theoretical head-to-head as well, beating him by two points, but Newsweek noted that the senator’s lead fell within the polls margin of error of 3 percentage points.
September’s poll results echo the network’s findings from August, which also showed Trump losing to all four of the top Democratic contenders.
The president was displeased with those results, Newsweek recalled, telling reporters, "There's something going on at Fox, I'll tell you right now. And I'm not happy about it.”