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Bloomberg, Sanders, Biden beat Trump in head-to-heads in North Carolina: poll

Bloomberg, Sanders, Biden beat Trump in head-to-heads in North Carolina: poll
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Democratic presidential candidates Michael BloombergMichael BloombergPress: Even Jeff Bezos should pay income taxes What the Democrats should be doing to reach true bipartisanship 5 former Treasury secretaries back Biden's plan to increase tax enforcement on wealthy MORE, Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersCentrists gain foothold in infrastructure talks; cyber attacks at center of Biden-Putin meeting Democrats facing tough reelections back bipartisan infrastructure deal The Hill's Morning Report - ObamaCare here to stay MORE (I-Vt.) and former Vice President Joe BidenJoe Biden 64 percent of Iowans say 'time for someone else' to hold Grassley's Senate seat: poll Philadelphia shooting leaves 2 dead, injures toddler Ron Johnson booed at Juneteenth celebration in Wisconsin MORE are leading President TrumpDonald TrumpHead of firms that pushed 'Italygate' theory falsely claimed VA mansion was her home: report Centrists gain foothold in infrastructure talks; cyber attacks at center of Biden-Putin meeting VA moving to cover gender affirmation surgery through department health care MORE in theoretical head-to-head races in North Carolina, according to a poll released Wednesday.

A SurveyUSA poll sponsored by Raleigh station WRAL-TV showed Bloomberg with the highest lead over Trump, with the former New York City mayor getting 49 percent of the vote and the president receiving 43 percent.

Sanders also beats the president in a match-up, with the Vermont senator getting 50 percent and Trump getting 45 percent. Biden leads by 4 percentage points, beating Trump 49 percent to 45 percent. 

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Those three candidates were the only Democratic candidates to come out on top when up against Trump. Former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete ButtigiegPete ButtigiegHigh-speed rail getting last minute push in Congress Buttigieg: Bipartisan deal on infrastructure 'strongly preferred' OVERNIGHT ENERGY: Biden ends infrastructure talks with key Republican | Colonial Pipeline CEO grilled over ransomware attack | Texas gov signs bills to improve power grid after winter storm MORE ended up slightly behind Trump at 45 percent to 46 percent, within the 2.5 percentage point margin of error. 

Meanwhile, Sens. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenCentrists gain foothold in infrastructure talks; cyber attacks at center of Biden-Putin meeting Democrats have turned solidly against gas tax Overnight Health Care: Takeaways on the Supreme Court's Obamacare decision | COVID-19 cost 5.5 million years of American life | Biden administration investing billions in antiviral pills for COVID-19 MORE (D-Mass.) and Amy KlobucharAmy KlobucharDemocrats scramble to unify before election bill brawl Hillicon Valley: Big Tech critic Lina Khan named chair of the FTC | Lawmakers urge Biden to be tough on cyber during summit with Putin | TSA working on additional security regulations following Colonial Pipeline hack Big Tech critic Lina Khan named chair of the FTC MORE (D-Minn.) both lost to Trump in their races by 4 percentage points. The president received 48 percent when up against Warren and 46 percent against Klobuchar. 

Rep. Tulsi GabbardTulsi GabbardTulsi Gabbard on Chicago mayor's decision to limit media interviews to people of color: 'Anti-white racism' Fox News says network and anchor Leland Vittert have 'parted ways' New co-chairs named for congressional caucus for millennials MORE (D-Hawaii) and billionaire philanthropist Tom SteyerTom SteyerTop 12 political donors accounted for almost 1 of every 13 dollars raised since 2009: study California Democrats weigh their recall options Why we should be leery of companies entering political fray MORE were not put in match-ups against Trump.

The North Carolina primary will take place on March 3, along with 14 other states. North Carolina could serve as a battleground state in the 2020 general election.

The SurveyUSA poll surveyed 2,760 adults, of which 2,366 are registered, from Feb. 13 to 16. The margin of error for the match-ups is 2.5 percentage points.