Poll: Biden, Sanders hold double-digit lead on Trump in Pennsylvania

Former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenTrump surveys South Carolina supporters on preferred Democratic opponent Watch live: Trump holds a rally in South Carolina Biden, Klobuchar to address AIPAC via video MORE and Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersMSNBC's Chris Matthews confuses South Carolina Democratic Senate candidate with GOP's Tim Scott Trump surveys South Carolina supporters on preferred Democratic opponent Watch live: Trump holds a rally in South Carolina MORE (I-Vt.) both hold double-digit leads over President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump endorses former White House physician Ronny Jackson for Congress Newly released emails reveal officials' panic over loss of credibility after Trump's Dorian claims Lindsey Graham thanks Trump, bemoans 'never-ending bull----' at South Carolina rally  MORE in a hypothetical 2020 White House match-up in the state of Pennsylvania, according to a new poll.

An Emerson College survey released Friday found both men gaining 55 percent of the vote in a hypothetical general election battle with the sitting president, while many other Democrats held single-digit margins over the president in the state.

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Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenMSNBC's Chris Matthews confuses South Carolina Democratic Senate candidate with GOP's Tim Scott Trump surveys South Carolina supporters on preferred Democratic opponent Watch live: Trump holds a rally in South Carolina MORE (D-Mass.) holds a four-point lead over Trump among respondents to the poll.

Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisThe Memo: Biden seeks revival in South Carolina Bloomberg campaign lobbied Yang for endorsement, possible VP offer: report Biden looks to shore up lead in SC MORE (D-Calif.) also held a slim lead over the president in the poll, with the support of 51 percent of respondents to Trump's 48 percent in their head-to-head race. Former Texas Rep. Beto O'RourkeBeto O'RourkeCNN signs Andrew Yang as contributor Krystal Ball: Voters are coming to their own judgements about who is electable Warren campaign to host series of events in Texas MORE (D) also slightly led Trump in the poll, with support from 51 percent of voters compared to Trump's 49 percent.

At issue for the president in the state is his job approval rating, which currently sits underwater, with 41 percent of those surveyed saying they approved of the job Trump is doing.

Overall, 55 percent of Pennsylvania voters surveyed said they "were not likely" to vote for the president in 2020, while 45 percent said they were likely to vote for Trump.

The Emerson College poll surveyed 808 registered voters in the state between March 26-28. The poll's margin of error is plus or minus 3.4 percentage points.