President Donald Trump is gaining ground among independent voters against Biden and Warren, the highest-scoring Democratic candidates, according to an IBD/TIPP poll released Oct. 7.

The president won 17 points over Joe Biden in just one month.  At the beginning of September the Democratic senator was 18 points ahead of President Trump, but now that difference is only 1 point, according to the polls for the 2020 presidential election.

Regarding Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has 43% of independent voter support while President Trump is even greater with 49% support of independent voters.

The president has 48% against Bernie Sanders’s 44 %. Sanders lost  13 points with respect to September results.

Sanders (I-Vt.), 78, suffered a heart attack last week.

To refer to the 2016 elections, 43 percent of voters said they voted for Donald Trump, while 42 percent said they voted for Hillary Clinton, according to the Pew Research Center, cited by The Hill.

Also, the president’s advantage is clear since he gained ground among independent voters. According to IDP he got 49 percent compared to 43 percent for his opponents.

Fundraising is also significant, with Joe Biden raising $15.2 million in the third quarter, while Elizabeth Warren raised $24.6 million and Bernie Sanders $25.3 million, according to Investor’s Business Daily.

President Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign and the Republican National Committee reported that they raised a total of $125 million in the third quarter, a figure that is overwhelming compared to the data obtained by the other candidates.

All these changes were registered in the middle of President Trump impeachment inquiry, based on the Ukraine case that involves the son of  former Vice President Joe Biden.

The IBD/TIPP poll reflects the responses of 900 adults contacted through telephone calls from Sept. 26 to Oct. 3 and the margin of error is estimated at 3.3 percent.