A New York Times/Sienna College national survey released Wednesday morning showed presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden with a strong 14-point lead over President Donald Trump, a finding one journalist described as \u0022one of the most grim polls I can think of seeing recently for an incumbent.\u0022The poll—which showed Biden leading Trump 50% to 36%—is the latest in a string of recent surveys showing the president rapidly falling behind the presumptive Democratic nominee as voters increasingly disapprove of the incumbent\u0026#039;s handling of the coronavirus crisis and nationwide protests over police brutality.Last week, Trump lashed out at Fox News after a poll conducted by the right-wing outlet showed him trailing Biden by 12 points. The president dismissed the survey as \u0022phony.\u0022The Times described its findings \u0022as among the most dismal showings of Mr. Trump\u0026#039;s presidency, and a sign that he is the clear underdog right now in his fight for a second term.\u0022\u0022Among a striking cross-section of voters, the distaste for Mr. Trump has deepened as his administration failed to stop a deadly disease that crippled the economy and then as he responded to a wave of racial-justice protests with angry bluster and militaristic threats,\u0022 the Times reported. \u0022The dominant picture that emerges from the poll is of a country ready to reject a president whom a strong majority of voters regard as failing the greatest tests confronting his administration.\u0022Joe Biden has a commanding, 14-point lead over President Trump in the 2020 race, a new New York Times/Siena College poll of registered voters shows. Biden has a big lead with women and nonwhite voters and has made inroads with some GOP-leaning groups. https://t.co/8wlva4Yq30— The New York Times (@nytimes) June 24, 2020Biden, the former vice president, leads Trump in almost every category measured in the Times/Sienna College poll, including overwhelming support from women, Black and Latino voters, young voters, Independents, and voters who identify as \u0022very liberal,\u0022 \u0022somewhat liberal,\u0022 and \u0022moderate.\u0022The president holds a one-point lead among white voters and is far ahead of Biden among \u0022very\u0022 and \u0022somewhat\u0022 conservative voters. The survey found that even amid the highest unemployment rate since the Great Depression, voters still approve of Trump\u0026#039;s handling of the economy by a margin of 50 to 45.Extraordinary findings from the new Upshot poll:Biden +21 with independentsBiden +29 with college educated whitesBiden +39 with college ed white womenTrump only +19 w/non-college whites (Trump won them by 36 in 2016)Biden +2 among seniors (Trump won them by 9 in 2016)— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) June 24, 2020\u0022Thankfully, the nation appears to increasingly recognize that Trump is a disaster... except that he still leads 50-45 on the issue of the economy,\u0022 tweeted Faiz Shakir, who managed Sen. Bernie Sanders\u0026#039; (I-Vt.) presidential campaign. \u0022Can\u0026#039;t let that stand.\u0022Times reporter Nate Cohn tweeted Wednesday that \u0022just out of academic curiosity,\u0022 he \u0022spent some time yesterday seeing whether there were really any serious choices in weighting or design that might have led to even a modestly better picture for the president.\u0022\u0022I\u0026#039;ve got nothing,\u0022 Cohn said.