2020: Trump expands base, beating Biden, Sanders, Buttigieg, tied with Warren (Dems panicking)

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www.washingtonexaminer.com ^ | October 22, 2019 | Paul Bedard

Despite shrinking approval ratings, President Trump has expanded his base to include union workers, Hispanics, suburban and urban voters, and is ahead or tied with all the leading Democratic presidential candidates, according to a new national survey.

In the latest Zogby Analytics poll, Trump is beating Sens. Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris, former Vice President Joe Biden, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and is in a dead heat with Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

The survey said that the president has expanded his base and it found that despite a wave of negative media about the direction of the country, most Americans feel that the United States is an “exceptional country.”

In the survey shared with Secrets, the 2020 race shows Trump still in the driver’s seat:

Trump 47%-Biden 45% Trump 46%-Sanders 44% Trump 45%-Warren 45% Trump 47%-Harris 41% Trump 49%-Buttigieg 38% While Trump’s advantages in next year’s election are slightly different in the head-to-heads with each candidate, they closely follow his lead with Biden, as explained by pollster Jonathan Zogby.

Trump touts oil boom as he tries to turn New Mexico red

Watch Full Screen to Skip Ads According to his analysis, “The reason President Trump is winning, barely, in a hypothetical match-up with the former vice president, Joe Biden, is that, in addition to winning with his normal base of men (Trump leads 54% to 39%), white voters (Trump leads 53% to 40%), union voters (Trump leads 62% to 32%), and southern voters (Trump leads 50% to 43%), Trump has also tightened the race with Independents (Biden leads 42% to 36%), suburban voters (Biden leads 49% to 43%), and Hispanics (Biden leads 47% to 43%). Trump is also beating Biden convincingly with two demographics he has recently made inroads with: large city voters (Trump leads 50% to 44%) and Generation X voters age 30-49 (Trump leads 49% to 41%).”

Trump has his biggest lead against Buttigieg. Zogby said that “Mayor Pete” hasn’t established himself as a crossover candidate yet, and despite being openly gay, he is not the runaway favorite among LGBT voters.

Said Zogby, “It doesn't appear that Mayor Pete has cross-over appeal, yet. While Biden, Sanders, Harris and Warren did much better with moderates, Buttigieg struggled as he only beat Trump 43% to 38%. He also did not do great among LGBQT likely voters; Trump received 43% support, while Buttigieg received 45%. Trump's number among LGBQT voters, against Buttigieg, was the highest among all the Democratic match-ups.”

One hopeful sign for Trump is that voters still believe that America is exceptional and they may be giving him credit.

A “strong majority” of 60% think the U.S. is an exceptional country, 28% believe it is “average,” and 9% think it is “below average.”

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Seriously, how could any sane American not like Trump and be rooting for him. It is like Trump vs. all the forces of EVIL in this country. Every malcontent, every freak, every Communist agitator, all the Deep State, all the thoroughly corrupt MSM, and the weak minded easily manipulated... vs. Trump.

Trump is going to crush it in 2020.
 

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And the Dems wanna try to impeach him? Go ahead, punks, make my day.
 

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www.washingtonexaminer.com ^ | October 22, 2019 | Paul Bedard

Despite shrinking approval ratings, President Trump has expanded his base to include union workers, Hispanics, suburban and urban voters, and is ahead or tied with all the leading Democratic presidential candidates, according to a new national survey.

In the latest Zogby Analytics poll, Trump is beating Sens. Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris, former Vice President Joe Biden, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and is in a dead heat with Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

The survey said that the president has expanded his base and it found that despite a wave of negative media about the direction of the country, most Americans feel that the United States is an “exceptional country.”

In the survey shared with Secrets, the 2020 race shows Trump still in the driver’s seat:

Trump 47%-Biden 45% Trump 46%-Sanders 44% Trump 45%-Warren 45% Trump 47%-Harris 41% Trump 49%-Buttigieg 38% While Trump’s advantages in next year’s election are slightly different in the head-to-heads with each candidate, they closely follow his lead with Biden, as explained by pollster Jonathan Zogby.

Trump touts oil boom as he tries to turn New Mexico red

Watch Full Screen to Skip Ads According to his analysis, “The reason President Trump is winning, barely, in a hypothetical match-up with the former vice president, Joe Biden, is that, in addition to winning with his normal base of men (Trump leads 54% to 39%), white voters (Trump leads 53% to 40%), union voters (Trump leads 62% to 32%), and southern voters (Trump leads 50% to 43%), Trump has also tightened the race with Independents (Biden leads 42% to 36%), suburban voters (Biden leads 49% to 43%), and Hispanics (Biden leads 47% to 43%). Trump is also beating Biden convincingly with two demographics he has recently made inroads with: large city voters (Trump leads 50% to 44%) and Generation X voters age 30-49 (Trump leads 49% to 41%).”

Trump has his biggest lead against Buttigieg. Zogby said that “Mayor Pete” hasn’t established himself as a crossover candidate yet, and despite being openly gay, he is not the runaway favorite among LGBT voters.

Said Zogby, “It doesn't appear that Mayor Pete has cross-over appeal, yet. While Biden, Sanders, Harris and Warren did much better with moderates, Buttigieg struggled as he only beat Trump 43% to 38%. He also did not do great among LGBQT likely voters; Trump received 43% support, while Buttigieg received 45%. Trump's number among LGBQT voters, against Buttigieg, was the highest among all the Democratic match-ups.”

One hopeful sign for Trump is that voters still believe that America is exceptional and they may be giving him credit.

A “strong majority” of 60% think the U.S. is an exceptional country, 28% believe it is “average,” and 9% think it is “below average.”

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Seriously, how could any sane American not like Trump and be rooting for him. It is like Trump vs. all the forces of EVIL in this country. Every malcontent, every freak, every Communist agitator, all the Deep State, all the thoroughly corrupt MSM, and the weak minded easily manipulated... vs. Trump.

Trump is going to crush it in 2020.
If the media ever shuts up
 

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The democommiecrats are still trying to delude themselves with phony polls. They have been too hysterical. They have lied too much. Except for those in the Religion of Woke they are being ignored. On some level they know it.
 

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You know....if you people would make up your minds on whether polls were fake or straight from the mouth of God it would be such a good thing.

Just saying....
 

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www.washingtonexaminer.com ^ | October 22, 2019 | Paul Bedard

Despite shrinking approval ratings, President Trump has expanded his base to include union workers, Hispanics, suburban and urban voters, and is ahead or tied with all the leading Democratic presidential candidates, according to a new national survey.

In the latest Zogby Analytics poll, Trump is beating Sens. Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris, former Vice President Joe Biden, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and is in a dead heat with Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

The survey said that the president has expanded his base and it found that despite a wave of negative media about the direction of the country, most Americans feel that the United States is an “exceptional country.”

In the survey shared with Secrets, the 2020 race shows Trump still in the driver’s seat:

Trump 47%-Biden 45% Trump 46%-Sanders 44% Trump 45%-Warren 45% Trump 47%-Harris 41% Trump 49%-Buttigieg 38% While Trump’s advantages in next year’s election are slightly different in the head-to-heads with each candidate, they closely follow his lead with Biden, as explained by pollster Jonathan Zogby.

Trump touts oil boom as he tries to turn New Mexico red

Watch Full Screen to Skip Ads According to his analysis, “The reason President Trump is winning, barely, in a hypothetical match-up with the former vice president, Joe Biden, is that, in addition to winning with his normal base of men (Trump leads 54% to 39%), white voters (Trump leads 53% to 40%), union voters (Trump leads 62% to 32%), and southern voters (Trump leads 50% to 43%), Trump has also tightened the race with Independents (Biden leads 42% to 36%), suburban voters (Biden leads 49% to 43%), and Hispanics (Biden leads 47% to 43%). Trump is also beating Biden convincingly with two demographics he has recently made inroads with: large city voters (Trump leads 50% to 44%) and Generation X voters age 30-49 (Trump leads 49% to 41%).”

Trump has his biggest lead against Buttigieg. Zogby said that “Mayor Pete” hasn’t established himself as a crossover candidate yet, and despite being openly gay, he is not the runaway favorite among LGBT voters.

Said Zogby, “It doesn't appear that Mayor Pete has cross-over appeal, yet. While Biden, Sanders, Harris and Warren did much better with moderates, Buttigieg struggled as he only beat Trump 43% to 38%. He also did not do great among LGBQT likely voters; Trump received 43% support, while Buttigieg received 45%. Trump's number among LGBQT voters, against Buttigieg, was the highest among all the Democratic match-ups.”

One hopeful sign for Trump is that voters still believe that America is exceptional and they may be giving him credit.

A “strong majority” of 60% think the U.S. is an exceptional country, 28% believe it is “average,” and 9% think it is “below average.”

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Seriously, how could any sane American not like Trump and be rooting for him. It is like Trump vs. all the forces of EVIL in this country. Every malcontent, every freak, every Communist agitator, all the Deep State, all the thoroughly corrupt MSM, and the weak minded easily manipulated... vs. Trump.

Trump is going to crush it in 2020.

NO DOUBT ABOUT IT. The Democrats better give Hillary a call on her batphone . . .


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The current expansion of the base is going to hand the HOR back to Republicans and demonrats will be out in the cold again. They are trying to steal the White House.. These traitors need to be hung.
 

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The democommiecrats are still trying to delude themselves with phony polls. They have been too hysterical. They have lied too much. Except for those in the Religion of Woke they are being ignored. On some level they know it.
I get concerned when I hear George S say"Taylor testimony rocks impeachment hearing"-how much effect will the media and these circus side shows have?
 

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www.washingtonexaminer.com ^ | October 22, 2019 | Paul Bedard

Despite shrinking approval ratings, President Trump has expanded his base to include union workers, Hispanics, suburban and urban voters, and is ahead or tied with all the leading Democratic presidential candidates, according to a new national survey.

In the latest Zogby Analytics poll, Trump is beating Sens. Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris, former Vice President Joe Biden, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and is in a dead heat with Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

The survey said that the president has expanded his base and it found that despite a wave of negative media about the direction of the country, most Americans feel that the United States is an “exceptional country.”

In the survey shared with Secrets, the 2020 race shows Trump still in the driver’s seat:

Trump 47%-Biden 45% Trump 46%-Sanders 44% Trump 45%-Warren 45% Trump 47%-Harris 41% Trump 49%-Buttigieg 38% While Trump’s advantages in next year’s election are slightly different in the head-to-heads with each candidate, they closely follow his lead with Biden, as explained by pollster Jonathan Zogby.

Trump touts oil boom as he tries to turn New Mexico red

Watch Full Screen to Skip Ads According to his analysis, “The reason President Trump is winning, barely, in a hypothetical match-up with the former vice president, Joe Biden, is that, in addition to winning with his normal base of men (Trump leads 54% to 39%), white voters (Trump leads 53% to 40%), union voters (Trump leads 62% to 32%), and southern voters (Trump leads 50% to 43%), Trump has also tightened the race with Independents (Biden leads 42% to 36%), suburban voters (Biden leads 49% to 43%), and Hispanics (Biden leads 47% to 43%). Trump is also beating Biden convincingly with two demographics he has recently made inroads with: large city voters (Trump leads 50% to 44%) and Generation X voters age 30-49 (Trump leads 49% to 41%).”

Trump has his biggest lead against Buttigieg. Zogby said that “Mayor Pete” hasn’t established himself as a crossover candidate yet, and despite being openly gay, he is not the runaway favorite among LGBT voters.

Said Zogby, “It doesn't appear that Mayor Pete has cross-over appeal, yet. While Biden, Sanders, Harris and Warren did much better with moderates, Buttigieg struggled as he only beat Trump 43% to 38%. He also did not do great among LGBQT likely voters; Trump received 43% support, while Buttigieg received 45%. Trump's number among LGBQT voters, against Buttigieg, was the highest among all the Democratic match-ups.”

One hopeful sign for Trump is that voters still believe that America is exceptional and they may be giving him credit.

A “strong majority” of 60% think the U.S. is an exceptional country, 28% believe it is “average,” and 9% think it is “below average.”

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Seriously, how could any sane American not like Trump and be rooting for him. It is like Trump vs. all the forces of EVIL in this country. Every malcontent, every freak, every Communist agitator, all the Deep State, all the thoroughly corrupt MSM, and the weak minded easily manipulated... vs. Trump.

Trump is going to crush it in 2020.
I am so goddamn sick of how childish you morons are when it comes to Trump and polls. Any negative poll about Trump is a fake poll (Hillary lost the election is the proof, derp!) but any positive poll about Trump is real and we should cherry pick it as evidence of his guaranteed success in 2020.

:bang3:
 

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www.washingtonexaminer.com ^ | October 22, 2019 | Paul Bedard

Despite shrinking approval ratings, President Trump has expanded his base to include union workers, Hispanics, suburban and urban voters, and is ahead or tied with all the leading Democratic presidential candidates, according to a new national survey.

In the latest Zogby Analytics poll, Trump is beating Sens. Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris, former Vice President Joe Biden, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and is in a dead heat with Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

The survey said that the president has expanded his base and it found that despite a wave of negative media about the direction of the country, most Americans feel that the United States is an “exceptional country.”

In the survey shared with Secrets, the 2020 race shows Trump still in the driver’s seat:

Trump 47%-Biden 45% Trump 46%-Sanders 44% Trump 45%-Warren 45% Trump 47%-Harris 41% Trump 49%-Buttigieg 38% While Trump’s advantages in next year’s election are slightly different in the head-to-heads with each candidate, they closely follow his lead with Biden, as explained by pollster Jonathan Zogby.

Trump touts oil boom as he tries to turn New Mexico red

Watch Full Screen to Skip Ads According to his analysis, “The reason President Trump is winning, barely, in a hypothetical match-up with the former vice president, Joe Biden, is that, in addition to winning with his normal base of men (Trump leads 54% to 39%), white voters (Trump leads 53% to 40%), union voters (Trump leads 62% to 32%), and southern voters (Trump leads 50% to 43%), Trump has also tightened the race with Independents (Biden leads 42% to 36%), suburban voters (Biden leads 49% to 43%), and Hispanics (Biden leads 47% to 43%). Trump is also beating Biden convincingly with two demographics he has recently made inroads with: large city voters (Trump leads 50% to 44%) and Generation X voters age 30-49 (Trump leads 49% to 41%).”

Trump has his biggest lead against Buttigieg. Zogby said that “Mayor Pete” hasn’t established himself as a crossover candidate yet, and despite being openly gay, he is not the runaway favorite among LGBT voters.

Said Zogby, “It doesn't appear that Mayor Pete has cross-over appeal, yet. While Biden, Sanders, Harris and Warren did much better with moderates, Buttigieg struggled as he only beat Trump 43% to 38%. He also did not do great among LGBQT likely voters; Trump received 43% support, while Buttigieg received 45%. Trump's number among LGBQT voters, against Buttigieg, was the highest among all the Democratic match-ups.”

One hopeful sign for Trump is that voters still believe that America is exceptional and they may be giving him credit.

A “strong majority” of 60% think the U.S. is an exceptional country, 28% believe it is “average,” and 9% think it is “below average.”

------------

Seriously, how could any sane American not like Trump and be rooting for him. It is like Trump vs. all the forces of EVIL in this country. Every malcontent, every freak, every Communist agitator, all the Deep State, all the thoroughly corrupt MSM, and the weak minded easily manipulated... vs. Trump.

Trump is going to crush it in 2020.
Fake news!
 

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I am so goddamn sick of how childish you morons are when it comes to Trump and polls. Any negative poll about Trump is a fake poll (Hillary lost the election is the proof, derp!) but any positive poll about Trump is real and we should cherry pick it as evidence of his guaranteed success in 2020.

:bang3:
Are you any different?

Even, or especially, a "Democratic Socialist" would have to admit polls and Trump are a sticky wicket, while Trump goes from victory to victory domestically and internationally. There is jackshit you can do about it. Whining is not going to cut it.
 

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www.washingtonexaminer.com ^ | October 22, 2019 | Paul Bedard

Despite shrinking approval ratings, President Trump has expanded his base to include union workers, Hispanics, suburban and urban voters, and is ahead or tied with all the leading Democratic presidential candidates, according to a new national survey.

In the latest Zogby Analytics poll, Trump is beating Sens. Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris, former Vice President Joe Biden, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and is in a dead heat with Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

The survey said that the president has expanded his base and it found that despite a wave of negative media about the direction of the country, most Americans feel that the United States is an “exceptional country.”

In the survey shared with Secrets, the 2020 race shows Trump still in the driver’s seat:

Trump 47%-Biden 45% Trump 46%-Sanders 44% Trump 45%-Warren 45% Trump 47%-Harris 41% Trump 49%-Buttigieg 38% While Trump’s advantages in next year’s election are slightly different in the head-to-heads with each candidate, they closely follow his lead with Biden, as explained by pollster Jonathan Zogby.

Trump touts oil boom as he tries to turn New Mexico red

Watch Full Screen to Skip Ads According to his analysis, “The reason President Trump is winning, barely, in a hypothetical match-up with the former vice president, Joe Biden, is that, in addition to winning with his normal base of men (Trump leads 54% to 39%), white voters (Trump leads 53% to 40%), union voters (Trump leads 62% to 32%), and southern voters (Trump leads 50% to 43%), Trump has also tightened the race with Independents (Biden leads 42% to 36%), suburban voters (Biden leads 49% to 43%), and Hispanics (Biden leads 47% to 43%). Trump is also beating Biden convincingly with two demographics he has recently made inroads with: large city voters (Trump leads 50% to 44%) and Generation X voters age 30-49 (Trump leads 49% to 41%).”

Trump has his biggest lead against Buttigieg. Zogby said that “Mayor Pete” hasn’t established himself as a crossover candidate yet, and despite being openly gay, he is not the runaway favorite among LGBT voters.

Said Zogby, “It doesn't appear that Mayor Pete has cross-over appeal, yet. While Biden, Sanders, Harris and Warren did much better with moderates, Buttigieg struggled as he only beat Trump 43% to 38%. He also did not do great among LGBQT likely voters; Trump received 43% support, while Buttigieg received 45%. Trump's number among LGBQT voters, against Buttigieg, was the highest among all the Democratic match-ups.”

One hopeful sign for Trump is that voters still believe that America is exceptional and they may be giving him credit.

A “strong majority” of 60% think the U.S. is an exceptional country, 28% believe it is “average,” and 9% think it is “below average.”

------------

Seriously, how could any sane American not like Trump and be rooting for him. It is like Trump vs. all the forces of EVIL in this country. Every malcontent, every freak, every Communist agitator, all the Deep State, all the thoroughly corrupt MSM, and the weak minded easily manipulated... vs. Trump.

Trump is going to crush it in 2020.
I am so goddamn sick of how childish you morons are when it comes to Trump and polls. Any negative poll about Trump is a fake poll (Hillary lost the election is the proof, derp!) but any positive poll about Trump is real and we should cherry pick it as evidence of his guaranteed success in 2020.

:bang3:
The same could be said for the Democrats-except there is no positive Trump poll or story thanks to the media. Independent here and gun to my head, I see a 50/50 election. Regardless of who the Democrat nominee is.
 

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Keep dreaming, First he is not expanding his base but is shrinking his base. You know this but prefer to lie. He has lost the Military vote as Americans are not chicken and do not run. Since he is allowing the slaughter of Kurdish Christians even some of his religious right is leaving him. We do not fuck our allies the way this asshole did.
 

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I am so goddamn sick of how childish you morons are when it comes to Trump and polls. Any negative poll about Trump is a fake poll (Hillary lost the election is the proof, derp!) but any positive poll about Trump is real and we should cherry pick it as evidence of his guaranteed success in 2020.

:bang3:
Are you any different?

Even, or especially, a "Democratic Socialist" would have to admit polls and Trump are a sticky wicket, while Trump goes from victory to victory domestically and internationally. There is jackshit you can do about it. Whining is not going to cut it.
Uh the large majority of polls show he is losing in those hypotheticals. If they actually were half and half, maybe you’d have a point. This isn’t to say I think this poll isn’t legitimate, but at this point there is no reason to be compelled this way.
 

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www.washingtonexaminer.com ^ | October 22, 2019 | Paul Bedard

Despite shrinking approval ratings, President Trump has expanded his base to include union workers, Hispanics, suburban and urban voters, and is ahead or tied with all the leading Democratic presidential candidates, according to a new national survey.

In the latest Zogby Analytics poll, Trump is beating Sens. Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris, former Vice President Joe Biden, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and is in a dead heat with Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

The survey said that the president has expanded his base and it found that despite a wave of negative media about the direction of the country, most Americans feel that the United States is an “exceptional country.”

In the survey shared with Secrets, the 2020 race shows Trump still in the driver’s seat:

Trump 47%-Biden 45% Trump 46%-Sanders 44% Trump 45%-Warren 45% Trump 47%-Harris 41% Trump 49%-Buttigieg 38% While Trump’s advantages in next year’s election are slightly different in the head-to-heads with each candidate, they closely follow his lead with Biden, as explained by pollster Jonathan Zogby.

Trump touts oil boom as he tries to turn New Mexico red

Watch Full Screen to Skip Ads According to his analysis, “The reason President Trump is winning, barely, in a hypothetical match-up with the former vice president, Joe Biden, is that, in addition to winning with his normal base of men (Trump leads 54% to 39%), white voters (Trump leads 53% to 40%), union voters (Trump leads 62% to 32%), and southern voters (Trump leads 50% to 43%), Trump has also tightened the race with Independents (Biden leads 42% to 36%), suburban voters (Biden leads 49% to 43%), and Hispanics (Biden leads 47% to 43%). Trump is also beating Biden convincingly with two demographics he has recently made inroads with: large city voters (Trump leads 50% to 44%) and Generation X voters age 30-49 (Trump leads 49% to 41%).”

Trump has his biggest lead against Buttigieg. Zogby said that “Mayor Pete” hasn’t established himself as a crossover candidate yet, and despite being openly gay, he is not the runaway favorite among LGBT voters.

Said Zogby, “It doesn't appear that Mayor Pete has cross-over appeal, yet. While Biden, Sanders, Harris and Warren did much better with moderates, Buttigieg struggled as he only beat Trump 43% to 38%. He also did not do great among LGBQT likely voters; Trump received 43% support, while Buttigieg received 45%. Trump's number among LGBQT voters, against Buttigieg, was the highest among all the Democratic match-ups.”

One hopeful sign for Trump is that voters still believe that America is exceptional and they may be giving him credit.

A “strong majority” of 60% think the U.S. is an exceptional country, 28% believe it is “average,” and 9% think it is “below average.”

------------

Seriously, how could any sane American not like Trump and be rooting for him. It is like Trump vs. all the forces of EVIL in this country. Every malcontent, every freak, every Communist agitator, all the Deep State, all the thoroughly corrupt MSM, and the weak minded easily manipulated... vs. Trump.

Trump is going to crush it in 2020.
I am so goddamn sick of how childish you morons are when it comes to Trump and polls. Any negative poll about Trump is a fake poll (Hillary lost the election is the proof, derp!) but any positive poll about Trump is real and we should cherry pick it as evidence of his guaranteed success in 2020.

:bang3:
The same could be said for the Democrats-except there is no positive Trump poll or story thanks to the media. Independent here and gun to my head, I see a 50/50 election. Regardless of who the Democrat nominee is.
What so there is barely any indication that polls show any favorability for Trump but you are convinced such polls are being buried based on what evidence?
 

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www.washingtonexaminer.com ^ | October 22, 2019 | Paul Bedard

Despite shrinking approval ratings, President Trump has expanded his base to include union workers, Hispanics, suburban and urban voters, and is ahead or tied with all the leading Democratic presidential candidates, according to a new national survey.

In the latest Zogby Analytics poll, Trump is beating Sens. Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris, former Vice President Joe Biden, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, and is in a dead heat with Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

The survey said that the president has expanded his base and it found that despite a wave of negative media about the direction of the country, most Americans feel that the United States is an “exceptional country.”

In the survey shared with Secrets, the 2020 race shows Trump still in the driver’s seat:

Trump 47%-Biden 45% Trump 46%-Sanders 44% Trump 45%-Warren 45% Trump 47%-Harris 41% Trump 49%-Buttigieg 38% While Trump’s advantages in next year’s election are slightly different in the head-to-heads with each candidate, they closely follow his lead with Biden, as explained by pollster Jonathan Zogby.

Trump touts oil boom as he tries to turn New Mexico red

Watch Full Screen to Skip Ads According to his analysis, “The reason President Trump is winning, barely, in a hypothetical match-up with the former vice president, Joe Biden, is that, in addition to winning with his normal base of men (Trump leads 54% to 39%), white voters (Trump leads 53% to 40%), union voters (Trump leads 62% to 32%), and southern voters (Trump leads 50% to 43%), Trump has also tightened the race with Independents (Biden leads 42% to 36%), suburban voters (Biden leads 49% to 43%), and Hispanics (Biden leads 47% to 43%). Trump is also beating Biden convincingly with two demographics he has recently made inroads with: large city voters (Trump leads 50% to 44%) and Generation X voters age 30-49 (Trump leads 49% to 41%).”

Trump has his biggest lead against Buttigieg. Zogby said that “Mayor Pete” hasn’t established himself as a crossover candidate yet, and despite being openly gay, he is not the runaway favorite among LGBT voters.

Said Zogby, “It doesn't appear that Mayor Pete has cross-over appeal, yet. While Biden, Sanders, Harris and Warren did much better with moderates, Buttigieg struggled as he only beat Trump 43% to 38%. He also did not do great among LGBQT likely voters; Trump received 43% support, while Buttigieg received 45%. Trump's number among LGBQT voters, against Buttigieg, was the highest among all the Democratic match-ups.”

One hopeful sign for Trump is that voters still believe that America is exceptional and they may be giving him credit.

A “strong majority” of 60% think the U.S. is an exceptional country, 28% believe it is “average,” and 9% think it is “below average.”

------------

Seriously, how could any sane American not like Trump and be rooting for him. It is like Trump vs. all the forces of EVIL in this country. Every malcontent, every freak, every Communist agitator, all the Deep State, all the thoroughly corrupt MSM, and the weak minded easily manipulated... vs. Trump.

Trump is going to crush it in 2020.
The DemNazis are in a death spiral they started when they first decided to create the fake Russian Collusion hoax, and instead of admitting they lied to America, and instead had inside moles in The FBI, DOJ and FISA help perpetuate those lies, they continued to try to hood wink and bamboozle America.

Pelosi is on Death Watch at 80 years old.

 

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