Trump trails Michelle Obama, Oprah and Harris by double digits in hypothetical 2020 match-ups: poll

Trump trails Michelle Obama, Oprah and Harris by double digits in hypothetical 2020 match-ups: poll
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President TrumpDonald John TrumpMia Love pulls ahead in Utah race as judge dismisses her lawsuit Trump administration denies exploring extradition of Erdoğan foe for Turkey Trump congratulates Kemp, says Abrams will have 'terrific political future' MORE trails Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaMichelle Obama's stylist downplays controversy over Melania Trump jacket Michelle Obama's book sells 725,000 Michelle Obama says she snuck out of White House to celebrate gay marriage legalization MORE, Oprah and Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisElection Countdown: Abrams ends fight in Georgia governor's race | Latest on Florida recount | Booker, Harris head to campaign in Mississippi Senate runoff | Why the tax law failed to save the GOP majority Booker to campaign for Dem in Mississippi Senate runoff On The Money: Why the tax law failed to save the GOP majority | Grassley opts for Finance gavel, setting Graham up for Judiciary | Trump says China eager for trade deal | Facebook reeling after damning NYT report MORE (D-Calif.) by double digits in potential 2020 presidential races, according to a new poll.

Trump also trails several other female candidates in potential races, although by slimmer margins, the Axios poll conducted by  SurveyMonkey found. 

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The poll shows Trump trailing by 13 points to Obama among registered voters polled, by 12 points to Oprah and by 10 points to Harris. He's also down by 9 point to Sen. Amy KlobucharAmy Jean KlobucharHillicon Valley: Facebook reeling after NYT report | Dems want DOJ probe | HQ2 brings new scrutiny on Amazon | Judge upholds Russian troll farm indictments | Cyber moonshot panel unveils recommendations Senators introduce Trump-backed criminal justice bill Dems press Justice Department to probe Facebook over political attacks MORE (D-Minn.) among registered voters surveyed, by 6 points to Sen. Kirsten GillibrandKirsten Elizabeth GillibrandWarren, 2020 Dems target private immigration detention center operators Hillicon Valley: Facebook reeling after NYT report | Dems want DOJ probe | HQ2 brings new scrutiny on Amazon | Judge upholds Russian troll farm indictments | Cyber moonshot panel unveils recommendations On The Money: Senior GOP senator warns Trump against shutdown | Treasury sanctions 17 Saudis over Khashoggi killing | HQ2 deal brings new scrutiny on Amazon | Senate confirms Bowman to Fed board MORE (D-N.Y.) and by 5 points to his 2016 opponent, Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonTexas history curriculum to emphasize that slavery played 'central role' in Civil War Election Countdown: Abrams ends fight in Georgia governor's race | Latest on Florida recount | Booker, Harris head to campaign in Mississippi Senate runoff | Why the tax law failed to save the GOP majority Texas education board approves restoring Hillary Clinton in history curriculum MORE.

The closest race would be between Trump and Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenElection Countdown: Abrams ends fight in Georgia governor's race | Latest on Florida recount | Booker, Harris head to campaign in Mississippi Senate runoff | Why the tax law failed to save the GOP majority Entrepreneur touts big solutions, endorsements in discussing presidential bid Warren, 2020 Dems target private immigration detention center operators MORE (D-Mass.), the poll found. Warren has a 2-point lead among registered voters, according to the poll.

The poll also found that Trump's favorability rating among registered voters surveyed sits at just 40 percent. That puts him at a disadvantage against candidates such as Obama and Oprah, who have approval ratings among registered voters of 62 and 55 percent, respectively, according to the poll.

The poll's results, which were first aired Sunday night on HBO, are based on two separate surveys. One was conducted Oct. 24-28 among 3,411 adults and has a margin of error of 2.5 percentage points. The other was conducted Oct. 28-30 among 6,497 adults and has a margin of error of 1.5 percentage points.