Quinnipiac poll: 51 percent of Fla. voters say they won't vote for Trump; Biden most favorable Democratic candidate

Donald Trump, 45th United States President, Photo Date: February 5, 2019 / Photo: The White House / D. Myles Cullen / (MGN)
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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) - Quinnipiac University released a new poll Thursday morning regarding the 2020 presidential election.

They polled more than 1,000 potential voters in Florida and found 51 percent of voters said they won't vote for President Trump. Another 31 percent said they would definitely vote for him.

According to the poll, Vice President Joe Biden is the most favorable Democrat to win the nomination, though he's not officially running at this time.

The poll found 49 percent of voters favored him and 37 percent favored Independent Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.

As for O'Rourke, while 19 percent favored him, 56 percent of voters had not heard enough about him.

According to the poll, Florida voters give President Trump a negative 41 to 53 percent approval rating. Women give Trump a negative 35 to 59 percent approval rating. Men are tied 47 to 47 percent.