• A new poll by Firehouse Strategies says Trump is winning in all three swing states
  • The same poll claims voters don't support impeachment
  • Previous polls by Firehouse Strategies showed Trump struggling against the leading Democrats

A new poll conducted by Firehouse Strategies shows president Donald Trump beating all Democratic contenders in key swing states.

The latest poll was conducted by Firehouse and Øptimus Consulting, a Republican data analytics firm founded in 2013, in the key swing states of Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. The poll asked voters about their political opinions on Trump, the 2020 presidential election and impeachment.

The Firehouse/Øptimus poll shows Trump winning re-election "by an average of six percentage points in hypothetical match-ups against all current Democratic candidates, including Joe Biden, who was performing well in head-to-head contests against Trump in polling conducted earlier in the year."

The poll from Dec. 3 to 5 involving 1,759 likely 2020 general election voters in these three states also revealed a majority of those surveyed don't support impeaching and removing Trump from office.

Axios noted previous quarterly polling by Firehouse/Øptimus had Trump struggling in the decisive battleground states of Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. In the Dec. 3 to 5 poll, however, Trump beats every Democrat up for nomination.

"Democrats racing towards impeachment are at serious risk of leaving behind the voters they need to retake the White House next year," said Firehouse partner Alex Conant to Axios.

The new Firehouse/Øptimus poll contends Trump has improved his lead in head-to-head match-ups against leading Democratic contenders. It claims Trump leads by an average of six percentage points against each Democrat in these battleground states.

Yvette Simpson, CEO of Democracy for America, also believes the polls should be a wake up call to Democrats.

"You know I think they should [worry]. Here's the thing, the longer that [the impeachment] stretches out, I think it's going to be more problematic. Which is why I'm glad they're moving forward," Simpson told ABC News.

"What I would say to my colleagues is 'don't look at the polls. Make sure your focused.' This is about the president abusing his power, abusing the office."

Trump at a White House roundtable on education choice on December 9, 2019
Trump at a White House roundtable on education choice on December 9, 2019 AFP / Brendan Smialowski

The Firehouse poll notes Trump is leading the three states Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin in hypothetical match-ups against former Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Senator Bernie Sanders, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and former Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Trump’s closest rival in the three states is former vice president Joe Biden.

In Michigan, Trump is polling ahead of Biden by five percentage points. He also beats Sanders by six points, Warren by nine points, and Buttigieg and Bloomberg by 11 points.

In Pennsylvania, Trump is said to lead Biden by four percentage points, Warren by seven points, Sanders by 11 points, Buttigieg by six points, and Bloomberg by four points. In Wisconsin, the poll claims Trump holds a double-digit lead against all Democratic contenders.