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Poll Finds Two-Thirds of Voters Think Trump Will Be Re-Elected; Media Tries To Ignore It
By Joe Saunders
Published February 11, 2020 at 11:31am


While Democrats are still trying to pick their party’s nominee for the 2020 race, most of the country thinks it already knows how it’s going to end.

How does four more years of President Donald Trump sound?

According to a Monmouth University poll released Tuesday, two-thirds of all registered voters expect Donald Trump to be the one declaring victory after the Nov. 3 election.

https://www.westernjournal.com/poll-finds-two-thirds-voters-think-trump-will-re-elected-media-tries-ignore/?utm_source=email&utm_medium=AE&utm_campaign=can&utm_content=2020-02-12
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Better part of the electorate in this country realize:

(1) A booming economy is hard to ignore, and any effort to change horses mid stream in good times, is likely to fail.
(2) The past 3 1/2 years have been an orchestrated political hit job by the dimocrats and their complicit MSM.  Check out on any night the, the late night programming.  100% anti trump, 100% of the time.  Same with MSM political shows.
(3) The impeachment process was a botched job to be put nicely.  DJT gained a great amount of political capital from it.
(4) Choices are either socialist or ultra left.  Voting America as a whole as average is still slightly right of center.

Unless we have some unexpected economic event, it's Trump's to lose.
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Better part of the electorate in this country realize:

(1) A booming economy is hard to ignore, and any effort to change horses mid stream in good times, is likely to fail.
(2) The past 3 1/2 years have been an orchestrated political hit job by the dimocrats and their complicit MSM.  Check out on any night the, the late night programming.  100% anti trump, 100% of the time.  Same with MSM political shows.
(3) The impeachment process was a botched job to be put nicely.  DJT gained a great amount of political capital from it.
(4) Choices are either socialist or ultra left.  Voting America as a whole as average is still slightly right of center.

Unless we have some unexpected economic event, it's Trump's to lose.

All this is true, but most DEMS are going to vote DEM.  Granted there has been lately an average of 25% DEMS at his rallies, but I cringe when I read or hear that Trump should win be a landslide.  His victory should never be assumed and to do so is detrimental to his re-election.  The last thing he needs is for people who are undecided to abstain from voting figuring that he's going to win anyways.

The change in demographics in key states such as TX and FL shouldn't be taken lightly.  He loses these 2 states and he's done. FL almost had a DEM governor and a DEM Senator not only due to changes in redistricting and changing demographics but because of fraudulent voting and corruption.  As an example the margin of victory for governor in FL in '18 was very slim by just .04% of the vote.

Other states that could easily turn blue are NV, AZ and NC. 

I think the Trump campaign, RNC and his voters need to be prepared to fight for a very narrow victory.
« Last Edit: February 12, 2020, 09:12:13 AM by libertybele »
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https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/meet-the-press/blog/meet-press-blog-latest-news-analysis-data-driving-political-discussion-n988541/ncrd1134786#blogHeader

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-will-get-reelected/ar-BBZWiOI (Statista)

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-will-get-reelected/ar-BBZWiOI (Vox)

USA Today also mentioned the poll, though in an article focused on Dems' motivation/enthusiasm problem.

IOW, the OP article headline is false. Any time you see you variation of, "The media are ignoring," it's probably false clickbait.
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I am really enjoying this media/Dem disintegration

I take nothing for granted in my life, or my view of politics.

But ... this is FUN!!!   :tongue2:


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All this is true, but most DEMS are going to vote DEM.  Granted there has been lately an average of 25% DEMS at his rallies, but I cringe when I read or hear that Trump should win be a landslide.  His victory should never be assumed and to do so is detrimental to his re-election.  The last thing he needs is for people who are undecided to abstain from voting figuring that he's going to win anyways.

The change in demographics in key states such as TX and FL shouldn't be taken lightly.  He loses these 2 states and he's done. FL almost had a DEM governor and a DEM Senator not only due to changes in redistricting and changing demographics but because of fraudulent voting and corruption.  As an example the margin of victory for governor in FL in '18 was very slim by just .04% of the vote.

Other states that could easily turn blue are NV, AZ and NC. 

I think the Trump campaign, RNC and his voters need to be prepared to fight for a very narrow victory.

There aren't ANY viable candidate in the current Dem primary lineup who will inspire African or Hispanic Americans to vote on November Third.

Mayor Pete?  When he walks up to his Convention victory platform with his ... HUSBAND?   lol    Amy Klobuchar from Minnesota, Bernie Sanders from Vermont?   Michael Bloomberg.

Black folks are Democrats by and large but they're not into gay marriage or Communists.

Dems are screwed.  And, they know it.
« Last Edit: February 13, 2020, 02:51:55 AM by ArneFufkin »


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