Well, well, well, look at the election polls in battleground states. It turns out that YOUNG PEOPLE of all people are starting to realize that what the Democrats are planning for them – permanent lockdown and economic decline – isn’t very good for them. And the funny part is, the bad news is being reported by radically leftist CNN. It’s their own poll that’s showing Trump’s rise in popularity.
Daily Wire reports:
Much to CNN’s chagrin, their own new poll shows President Trump leading former Vice President Joe Biden in 15 battleground states, 52%-45%. Those states include Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin. Seven of those states voted for Trump in 2016: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Eight voted for Clinton: Colorado, Maine, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, and Virginia.
CNN noted an important recent shift: “The results suggest that younger voters in the battleground states are tilted in favor of Trump, a stark change from the last CNN poll in which battleground voters were analyzed in March, even as other demographic groups shifted to a smaller degree.”
[…]The poll found 95% of Republicans backed Trump while 95% of Democrats backed Biden. One salient and significant difference between the candidates; 50% of Independents favored Trump while 46% backed Biden. Reuters reported last August, “Voters declaring themselves as independent of a major political party rose nationally by 6 percentage points to 28 percent of the U.S. electorate between 2000 and last year’s congressional midterm contest in states with party registration, analyst Rhodes Cook wrote in Sabato’s Crystal Ball political newsletter at the University of Virginia Center for Politics … Republicans won the independent vote by 7 percentage points in 2016.”
Biden’s 51%-46% edge nationwide in the CNN poll came from the fact that there are simply more voters identifying as Democrats.
Two points I want to make about this news.
First of all, my wise Scottish advisor Dina says that all the news about Trump that she sees in the UK is all negative. She is always asking me what the real situation is with Trump. It’s true that MOST people in the United States support Biden. But that’s not how we decide elections. The election is actually decided by who wins the electoral college votes of individual states. So it’s the polls in toss-up states are the ones that really predict who will win.
Democrats tend to pack themselves into deep blue states, because they can’t stand to have their own ideas subjected to critical scrutiny. They don’t want to confront disagreement, because their emotion-based worldviews are fragile. They want safe spaces. So, a lot of Democrat votes are wasted in these deep blue states. Democrats don’t get any more electoral votes from winning a blue state by 30% versus winning it by 2%. They just waste Democrat votes. Trump just has to win the majority of the battleground states in order to win the election.
Second, you should be thinking now about what you’re going to do to influence the election in November. Whether you put out a yard sign, or register to go door-to-door, or work the phones to get out the vote, we should all be planning to do something now. I’m planning to do the yard sign. If you have money, political donations to conservative candidates in tight races help a lot. And if you don’t have money, but still want to do something, then by all means, SHARE NEWS ARTICLES on your social media pages. It’s time to start persuading people now. Don’t want till election day to start making a difference.
IF IT’S NOT CLOSE, THEY CAN’T CHEAT. We need to take action in order to make sure that it’s not close. Talking doesn’t do anything, we all need to have a plan to do something effective, that gets us to the result we want in November.