President Trump's campaign manager said the poll was no longer reliable days after the big leak of inaccurate internal data.
"I just think the country is already too complicated to call a few hundred people and ask them what they think." Brad Parscale told CBS News hours before the Trump event in Orlando, Florida, officially launched its campaign in 2020.
"There are so many ways and different people who are emerging and voting now," he said. "The choices we have now to choose the voters, the polls are so misleading in 201
The results of the Trump campaign polls in March received from ABC News showed that former Vice President Joe Biden beat Trump with big profits in key countries before announcing his candidacy. leading Double-Digit Trumps in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Florida, Minnesota, Michigan, Maine and Virginia. He is also behind Biden with smaller but still significant margins in Iowa, North Carolina and Georgia. In solidly Republican Texas, Trump leads only two points.
The leak made Trump's team decide to shoot in several of his studies.
Parsal has rejected the numbers and predicted an "electoral breakdown" in 2020, including Florida's victory.
"I think even more choices than the previous one," he said.
A total of 270 is needed to win the election; Trump took 306 votes in his victory over Hillary Clinton in 2016, opposed to what most of the respondents and projected predictions would be in favor of Democrats.