A head to head comparison of the 2020 Michigan Primary gives us an idea of the break down of the voters.

Joe Biden (41%) beat Donald Trump by 10%  and Senator Bernie Sanders by 13%. Trump beat Sanders by 3%.

In a 3-way match up in the Primary, Donald Trump wins 59 out of the 83  counties in the state of Michigan to support his claims of his movement in the country. This is a massive majority of the counties, twice as much as what Democrat Joe Biden. Biden won 24 counties.

These 10 counties play an important role in these primary elections. Wayne and Oakland each contains nearly twice as many voters as the next top 3 and top 4 counties. Winning among the top counties is required for gaining enough voters to win the primaries in the state of Michigan.

Bernie Sanders vs Joe Biden

Joe Biden vs Donald Trump

Donald Trump vs Joe Biden

In a head to head match up between these 3 candidates on the basis of their popularity, message and personality, the above graphs speaks of the response by Michigan Voters. This comparison is based on just bringing people to the voting booth on election day! Biden beats Trump and Sanders. Trump beats Sanders.

Bernie Sanders

Joe Biden

Donald Trump

Joe Biden's massive victories in the top 2 counties resulted in his victory in the Primary in the State of Michigan. Trump was close, but not close enough to turn the tables in this 3-way match up comparison among these candidates.

Related References: 2016 Michigan General Election Story, 2016 Michigan Primary Election Story