TEHRAN, Young Journalists Club (YJC) - The 2016 Democratic contender had 31 percent support in a hypothetical match-up against other potential 2020 challengers, including Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and former Vice President Joe Biden, according to the poll by University of New Hampshire released Wednesday.
Most the Republican primary voters, meanwhile, said they would not opt for Trump in the 2020 GOP primary, a historically low record, for instance compared to the 64 percent of Democrats who picked former President Barack Obama in the same poll taken in October 2009.
In the poll of likely Democratic voters, Biden, Obama’s former running-mate, took the second place with 24 percent support, while Senator Warren came third with 13 percent.
There were also those with less than 10 percent support, including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (pictured above), New Jersey Senator Cory Booker and former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley.
The 2016 Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, lost the presidential election, despite winning the popular vote by three million against the GOP nominee, Trump.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders predicted earlier that Americans are “going to be begging for four more years of President Trump.”
“He’s had an incredibly successful first nine months in office, and I think the next 3½, or 2½, three years, are going to be equally as successful, including getting tax reform done, which is going to be a big deal and make a really big impact on most Americans,” she said on Tuesday.