U.S President Donald Trump, is at a heavy disadvantage against all potential Democratic candidates in next years Presidential election, according to a Fox News poll.

Biden would be the favorite to win the Democratic primary with 32%, followed by Sen.  Bernie Sanders (13%), Sen. Elizabeth Warren (9%), Mayor Pete Buttigieg (8%) and Sen.  Kamala Harris (8%).

Second-best Bernie Sanders has seen a dramatic decline since March when he had a 23% chance of being the favorite to win the nomination.

In a showdown between Biden and Trump, the current president would win 39% of the vote while the former vice president would win 49%. Similarly, in a contest between Sanders (40%) and Trump (40%).

Sen. Elizabeth Warren came out ahead of Trump by 2 points, while Sen. Kamala Harris and Mayor Pete Buttigieg have 1-point leads.

However, Fox News did note that these numbers are better than the ones Trump had at this point four years ago. In June 2015, Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton was 17 points above Trump.

Trump has already started attacking Biden by saying that he is a ”weak guy” and that “he has recalibrated on everything. Everything he’s said he’s taken back two weeks later because he’s getting slammed by the left. And he stuck with this stuff. He’s really stuck with this”.