I don't agree. Trump winning took aberrations in historical voting patterns, with him winning several states (Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin) that republicans haven't won in a while. Imo, this was as much due to Hillary's unpopularity as it was to Trump. The biggest issue on the Democratic side is who they choose. Biden probably doesn't have the negatives that Clinton did, but doesn't inspire much enthusiasm. Hatred of Trump might be enough to get him over the hump though. Sanders and Warren will inspire the fanatics on the left to vote for them, but they will also inspire the fanatics on the right to vote against them. The Democrats need a Bill Clinton or someone similar emerge in order to enhance chances for a victory in 2020.
57 percent of Republicans said they agreed with Trump’s tweets, while only 7 percent of Democrats agreed.
Only 45 percent of Republicans found telling minorities to “go back where they came from” to be a racist statement, which starkly contrasts with the 85 percent of Democrats who think that way.
Fifty-two percent of Republicans found those who criticized American to be un-American, while only 17 percent of Democrats agreed.