A new poll released by the Associated Press shows that the Republican Party is on track to win the White Congress and the Senate in 2020.
The AP poll found that while Trump remains the presumptive nominee, the Republican party will win control of the House of Representatives, the Senate and the presidency in the coming elections.
In fact, the poll found, the GOP is poised to become the largest party in the U.S. by 2020.
Trump is expected to win re-election in 2020, and he is likely to have a Republican-controlled Congress and Senate.
In 2018, Trump won the White Senate seat by a wide margin over Democrat Kay Hagan.
The Republican president also won reelection in 2020 and will likely have a majority in the House.
Trump’s supporters were also the largest bloc of voters in the AP poll, with a combined 18 percent of the total sample.
The results of the AP survey are based on an online panel of 1,500 likely voters who were surveyed March 6 through March 10.
Results from the AP Poll are weighted to reflect the likely voter sample.
A total of 923 likely voters were surveyed.
The poll surveyed likely voters across the country, with 538 likely voters choosing to be surveyed in Alaska, 743 in Arizona, 710 in Arkansas, 599 in California, 589 in Colorado, 584 in Connecticut, 474 in Delaware, 397 in Florida, 382 in Georgia, 374 in Hawaii, 321 in Idaho, 299 in Illinois, 293 in Indiana, 292 in Iowa, 285 in Kansas, 271 in Kentucky, 263 in Louisiana, 258 in Maine, 257 in Maryland, 254 in Massachusetts, 247 in Michigan, 253 in Minnesota, 245 in Mississippi, 241 in Missouri, 241, 242 in Montana, 237 in Nebraska, 236 in Nevada, 234 in New Hampshire, 230 in New Jersey, 223 in New Mexico, 220 in New York, 219 in North Carolina, 218 in North Dakota, 214 in Ohio, 212 in Oklahoma, 209 in Oregon, 208 in Pennsylvania, 205 in Rhode Island, 204 in South Carolina, 202 in South Dakota, 202, 203 in Tennessee, 202 and 203 in Texas, 201 in Utah, 199 in Vermont, 198 in Virginia, 197 in Washington, 196 in Wisconsin, 195 in Wyoming, 194 in Alaska and Montana, 193 in the District of Columbia.
The survey was conducted by the University of Colorado Denver through the University Survey Research Group.
The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research at the University and University of Denver, with the assistance of The Associated White House Correspondent’s Association, conducted the poll.