Michelle Obama won one poll over Trump that could hint at 2020
Former First Lady Michelle Obama’s presence still hovers over the 2020 race.
Democrats are still hoping she gets in the race.
And now Michelle Obama won one poll over Trump that could hint at 2020.
For the second year in a row, Michelle Obama topped Gallup’s poll of most admired woman in America, more than doubling the total for the second place finisher First Lady Melania Trump.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama is the most admired woman of 2019, followed by others, including teen climate activist Greta Thunberg, who made Gallup’s top ten list.
Obama maintained her title as the most admired woman for the second year in a row, with ten percent of Americans choosing the former first lady. That is down five percent from last year, when she saw 15 percent. support.
First lady Melania Trump came in second place with five percent choosing her as the most admired woman. Oprah Winfrey, Hillary Clinton, and Greta Thunberg followed with three percent support each.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and Queen Elizabeth II rounded out the top ten list.
If Democrats hope to defeat Donald Trump in 2020 they need to reassemble the Obama coalition.
No current candidate in the field currently looks capable of pulling off that feat.
That’s why so many Democrats are secretly hoping Michelle Obama will declare herself a candidate at the national convention so party elites and the delegates can hand her the nomination.
Polls show she is the one Democrat in America that stands the best chance of defeating Donald Trump.
And this Gallup poll shows Michelle Obama still retains the cross party appeal she built up during her time as First Lady.