Winfrey leads Trump 47 percent to 40 percent in a new Public Policy Polling survey, and has a better favorability rating than the president.
Winfrey recently said that she never seriously thought of a run, believing that she didn't have the needed experience. But in considering Trump's background as a businessman, and not a politician, she is toying with a bid.
The survey asked a grab bag of issues, including one that drew scorn — Trump's use of ketchup with steak.
"By a 27/56 spread, they disapprove of using ketchup as a condiment on steak. This is a rare issue where even Donald Trump's own voters abandon him on something- only 34 percent of them approve of ketchup on steak to 52 percent who disapprove," said PPP.
Other findings in the Wednesday survey release:
— Only 24 percent support the GOP health care reform bill, about half of those who back Obamacare.
— Voters say that the New York Times has more credibility than him, 53/35, and that CNN has more credibility than him, 53/37.Read more at WashingtonExaminer