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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.
Trump won't lose Texas, but it will be a lot closer than it should. That alone is a good indication he is headed for defeat on Election Day.
Unless widespread voter fraud can be shown, the Texas vote will not be closer than it should. It will be exactly where it should be. No doubt it could be a lot closer than expected, but if fewer Texans support Trump, the vote count should show that.
That was more than 2 1/2 months ago dumb ass. WTF is wrong with you?
 

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You run with that poll then. Because the polls do show that Biden is slipping in Texas. I can only surmise after
the last debate, he'll even slip more.
Oh was he that bad? Or is that just your narrative?

Doesnt matter we already voted.
His remarks on the oil industry, Sillyboobbo.
Anyone in the oil industry is smart enough to know it can't go on forever, not the way it is now. Biden is looking ahead, and yeah he's probably being starry eyed, but imo it's only being realistic to figure out how to manage a finite resource we would absolutely fail without. If renewables can take even 50% of the load, what is wrong with that? And why can't folks go work in that industry? Jobs will shift, not be lost. No one is going to run out of the need for oil for a long time.
 

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Hopefully, Trump is headed for a landslide defeat. RW is right. If a Republican is down in Texas less than 10 days to the election, it is very bad news for that Republican, not only in Texas but across the nation.

I truly believe America has had enough of the Orange moron and the spineless Repub Senate.
But are you right about Trump being down in polls there? The Trafalgar poll says you are wrong.

There must be a reason why a reliably red state would fall to Joe Biden, a career swamp dweller
caught in a horrible scandal at the moment and coming off a dismal debate performance.

I think that reason is you wish it to be so.
 

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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.


The poll showed Biden with the support of 48 percent of likely voters, compared with 45 percent for Trump. The results represent a shift from the same poll in September, when Trump led by 2 percentage points. One difference from September is that Biden has expanded his lead among Hispanic voters from 30 percentage points to 48.
Biden’s not going to win Texas, of course.

But it’s a troubling indicator for Trump concerning the toss-up states – OH, NC, GA – and the states leaning Biden, AZ and FL.

With just over a week left to the end of voting, the poll numbers should have tightened by now if Trump had a realistic chance at winning reelection – they’re not; and Trump certainly shouldn’t be polling behind Biden in TX at this point, either.
For Christ’s sake

Trump beat Hillary by 9 percent in 2016
Now, he is losing to Biden in the polls


Shouldnt even be close at this point
at this point, Trump was losing biggly to Hillary
Not in Texas.
  • Primary elections were held on March 1, 2016. Texas was won by Republican Donald Trump and his running mate Mike Pence by a 9% margin over Democrats Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine . The Lone Star State assigned its 38 Electoral College votes to the state's popular vote winner, but two faithless electors chose other candidates, making Texas the only state in 2016 to give Trump fewer than the assigned electoral votes.
Are you retarded? I said Trump wasn't losing to Hillary in Texas.
 

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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.
Trump won't lose Texas, but it will be a lot closer than it should. That alone is a good indication he is headed for defeat on Election Day.
Unless widespread voter fraud can be shown, the Texas vote will not be closer than it should. It will be exactly where it should be. No doubt it could be a lot closer than expected, but if fewer Texans support Trump, the vote count should show that.
That was more than 2 1/2 months ago dumb ass. WTF is wrong with you?
Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.
Trump won't lose Texas, but it will be a lot closer than it should. That alone is a good indication he is headed for defeat on Election Day.
Unless widespread voter fraud can be shown, the Texas vote will not be closer than it should. It will be exactly where it should be. No doubt it could be a lot closer than expected, but if fewer Texans support Trump, the vote count should show that.
That was more than 2 1/2 months ago dumb ass. WTF is wrong with you?
that was an October poll they conducted
 

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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.


The poll showed Biden with the support of 48 percent of likely voters, compared with 45 percent for Trump. The results represent a shift from the same poll in September, when Trump led by 2 percentage points. One difference from September is that Biden has expanded his lead among Hispanic voters from 30 percentage points to 48.
Biden’s not going to win Texas, of course.

But it’s a troubling indicator for Trump concerning the toss-up states – OH, NC, GA – and the states leaning Biden, AZ and FL.

With just over a week left to the end of voting, the poll numbers should have tightened by now if Trump had a realistic chance at winning reelection – they’re not; and Trump certainly shouldn’t be polling behind Biden in TX at this point, either.
For Christ’s sake

Trump beat Hillary by 9 percent in 2016
Now, he is losing to Biden in the polls


Shouldnt even be close at this point
at this point, Trump was losing biggly to Hillary
Not in Texas.
  • Primary elections were held on March 1, 2016. Texas was won by Republican Donald Trump and his running mate Mike Pence by a 9% margin over Democrats Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine . The Lone Star State assigned its 38 Electoral College votes to the state's popular vote winner, but two faithless electors chose other candidates, making Texas the only state in 2016 to give Trump fewer than the assigned electoral votes.
Are you retarded? I said Trump wasn't losing to Hillary in Texas.
yet to electors voted for someone else the only state to do that
 

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Hopefully, Trump is headed for a landslide defeat. RW is right. If a Republican is down in Texas less than 10 days to the election, it is very bad news for that Republican, not only in Texas but across the nation.

I truly believe America has had enough of the Orange moron and the spineless Repub Senate.
But are you right about Trump being down in polls there? The Trafalgar poll says you are wrong.

There must be a reason why a reliably red state would fall to Joe Biden, a career swamp dweller
caught in a horrible scandal at the moment and coming off a dismal debate performance.

I think that reason is you wish it to be so.
Trump and his supporters made a huge mistake banking on this Hunter Biden farce. No one cares about Hunter Biden except Trump and his supporters. The more Trump talks about it, the more the public is turned off. They know this is nothing short of a hoax.
 
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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.


The poll showed Biden with the support of 48 percent of likely voters, compared with 45 percent for Trump. The results represent a shift from the same poll in September, when Trump led by 2 percentage points. One difference from September is that Biden has expanded his lead among Hispanic voters from 30 percentage points to 48.
Biden’s not going to win Texas, of course.

But it’s a troubling indicator for Trump concerning the toss-up states – OH, NC, GA – and the states leaning Biden, AZ and FL.

With just over a week left to the end of voting, the poll numbers should have tightened by now if Trump had a realistic chance at winning reelection – they’re not; and Trump certainly shouldn’t be polling behind Biden in TX at this point, either.
For Christ’s sake

Trump beat Hillary by 9 percent in 2016
Now, he is losing to Biden in the polls


Shouldnt even be close at this point
at this point, Trump was losing biggly to Hillary
Actually he was only behind 2.6 percent nationwide
He won Texas by 9 percent

Robert Cahaly, senior strategist for the Trafalgar Group, made a name for himself in 2016 by being the only pollster to correctly show Donald Trump with a lead in Michigan and Pennsylvania — two key states he carried — heading into Election Day. (He did not poll Wisconsin, another surprising win for Trump.) Cahaly also showed Trump ahead in North Carolina and Florida, both of which he won, securing his improbable 304-227 Electoral College victory over Hillary Clinton.

Cahaly managed to pick up support for Trump that all other pollsters missed by employing a unique method that sought to measure support from voters who’d been “inactive” in recent election cycles, as well as adding a question to his surveys designed to isolate the effect of social desirability bias among Trump voters – the concept that people won’t tell pollsters their true intentions for fear of being stigmatized or being politically incorrect.


Trafalgar is biased conservative
They even add points for Trump because they claim that those polled hide their true feelings......Shy Trump voters
2016 was a fluke for Trafalgar
 

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Hopefully, Trump is headed for a landslide defeat. RW is right. If a Republican is down in Texas less than 10 days to the election, it is very bad news for that Republican, not only in Texas but across the nation.

I truly believe America has had enough of the Orange moron and the spineless Repub Senate.
But are you right about Trump being down in polls there? The Trafalgar poll says you are wrong.

There must be a reason why a reliably red state would fall to Joe Biden, a career swamp dweller
caught in a horrible scandal at the moment and coming off a dismal debate performance.

I think that reason is you wish it to be so.
Trump and his supporters made a huge mistake banking on this Hunter Biden farce. No one cares about Hunter Biden except Trump and his supporters. The more Trump talks about it, the more the public is turned off. They know this is nothing short of a hoax.
no biden made the mistake
 

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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.
Trump won't lose Texas, but it will be a lot closer than it should. That alone is a good indication he is headed for defeat on Election Day.
Unless widespread voter fraud can be shown, the Texas vote will not be closer than it should. It will be exactly where it should be. No doubt it could be a lot closer than expected, but if fewer Texans support Trump, the vote count should show that.
That was more than 2 1/2 months ago dumb ass. WTF is wrong with you?
Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.
Trump won't lose Texas, but it will be a lot closer than it should. That alone is a good indication he is headed for defeat on Election Day.
Unless widespread voter fraud can be shown, the Texas vote will not be closer than it should. It will be exactly where it should be. No doubt it could be a lot closer than expected, but if fewer Texans support Trump, the vote count should show that.
That was more than 2 1/2 months ago dumb ass. WTF is wrong with you?
that was an October poll they conducted
Your link dumb ass
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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.


The poll showed Biden with the support of 48 percent of likely voters, compared with 45 percent for Trump. The results represent a shift from the same poll in September, when Trump led by 2 percentage points. One difference from September is that Biden has expanded his lead among Hispanic voters from 30 percentage points to 48.
Biden’s not going to win Texas, of course.

But it’s a troubling indicator for Trump concerning the toss-up states – OH, NC, GA – and the states leaning Biden, AZ and FL.

With just over a week left to the end of voting, the poll numbers should have tightened by now if Trump had a realistic chance at winning reelection – they’re not; and Trump certainly shouldn’t be polling behind Biden in TX at this point, either.
For Christ’s sake

Trump beat Hillary by 9 percent in 2016
Now, he is losing to Biden in the polls


Shouldnt even be close at this point
at this point, Trump was losing biggly to Hillary
Actually he was only behind 2.6 percent nationwide
He won Texas by 9 percent

Robert Cahaly, senior strategist for the Trafalgar Group, made a name for himself in 2016 by being the only pollster to correctly show Donald Trump with a lead in Michigan and Pennsylvania — two key states he carried — heading into Election Day. (He did not poll Wisconsin, another surprising win for Trump.) Cahaly also showed Trump ahead in North Carolina and Florida, both of which he won, securing his improbable 304-227 Electoral College victory over Hillary Clinton.

Cahaly managed to pick up support for Trump that all other pollsters missed by employing a unique method that sought to measure support from voters who’d been “inactive” in recent election cycles, as well as adding a question to his surveys designed to isolate the effect of social desirability bias among Trump voters – the concept that people won’t tell pollsters their true intentions for fear of being stigmatized or being politically incorrect.


Trafalgar is biased conservative
They even add points for Trump because they claim that those polled hide their true feelings.
2016 was a fluke for Trafalgar
they were the only pollster that got it right in 2016

The Trafalgar Group delivers its polling questionnaires utilizing a mix of six different methods:

  • Live callers
  • Integrated voice response
  • Text messages
  • Emails
  • Two other proprietary digital methods they don’t share publicly.
The company utilizes short questionnaires of nine questions or less based on their perceptions about attenuated attention spans and the need to “accommodate modern busy lifestyles.” According to Cahaly, the firm’s polls last one to two minutes and are designed to quickly get opinions from those who would not typically participate in political polls.

The firm has also pioneered methods to deal with what they describe as “Social Desirability Bias” in order to get at what a poll participant’s true feelings are in situations where they believe some individuals in a poll are not likely to reveal their actual preferences. In their view, this included the 2016 Presidential election and the 2018 Florida gubernatorial election.
 

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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.


The poll showed Biden with the support of 48 percent of likely voters, compared with 45 percent for Trump. The results represent a shift from the same poll in September, when Trump led by 2 percentage points. One difference from September is that Biden has expanded his lead among Hispanic voters from 30 percentage points to 48.
Biden’s not going to win Texas, of course.

But it’s a troubling indicator for Trump concerning the toss-up states – OH, NC, GA – and the states leaning Biden, AZ and FL.

With just over a week left to the end of voting, the poll numbers should have tightened by now if Trump had a realistic chance at winning reelection – they’re not; and Trump certainly shouldn’t be polling behind Biden in TX at this point, either.
For Christ’s sake

Trump beat Hillary by 9 percent in 2016
Now, he is losing to Biden in the polls


Shouldnt even be close at this point
at this point, Trump was losing biggly to Hillary
Not in Texas.
  • Primary elections were held on March 1, 2016. Texas was won by Republican Donald Trump and his running mate Mike Pence by a 9% margin over Democrats Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine . The Lone Star State assigned its 38 Electoral College votes to the state's popular vote winner, but two faithless electors chose other candidates, making Texas the only state in 2016 to give Trump fewer than the assigned electoral votes.
Are you retarded? I said Trump wasn't losing to Hillary in Texas.
yet to electors voted for someone else the only state to do that
What has that got to do with whether Hillary was leading Trump in Texas, dumb ass?
 

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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.
Trump won't lose Texas, but it will be a lot closer than it should. That alone is a good indication he is headed for defeat on Election Day.
Unless widespread voter fraud can be shown, the Texas vote will not be closer than it should. It will be exactly where it should be. No doubt it could be a lot closer than expected, but if fewer Texans support Trump, the vote count should show that.
That was more than 2 1/2 months ago dumb ass. WTF is wrong with you?
Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.
Trump won't lose Texas, but it will be a lot closer than it should. That alone is a good indication he is headed for defeat on Election Day.
Unless widespread voter fraud can be shown, the Texas vote will not be closer than it should. It will be exactly where it should be. No doubt it could be a lot closer than expected, but if fewer Texans support Trump, the vote count should show that.
That was more than 2 1/2 months ago dumb ass. WTF is wrong with you?
that was an October poll they conducted
Your link dumb ass
View attachment 406552
there is no date on the link I provided you scam
 

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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.


The poll showed Biden with the support of 48 percent of likely voters, compared with 45 percent for Trump. The results represent a shift from the same poll in September, when Trump led by 2 percentage points. One difference from September is that Biden has expanded his lead among Hispanic voters from 30 percentage points to 48.
Biden’s not going to win Texas, of course.

But it’s a troubling indicator for Trump concerning the toss-up states – OH, NC, GA – and the states leaning Biden, AZ and FL.

With just over a week left to the end of voting, the poll numbers should have tightened by now if Trump had a realistic chance at winning reelection – they’re not; and Trump certainly shouldn’t be polling behind Biden in TX at this point, either.
For Christ’s sake

Trump beat Hillary by 9 percent in 2016
Now, he is losing to Biden in the polls


Shouldnt even be close at this point
at this point, Trump was losing biggly to Hillary
Not in Texas.
  • Primary elections were held on March 1, 2016. Texas was won by Republican Donald Trump and his running mate Mike Pence by a 9% margin over Democrats Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine . The Lone Star State assigned its 38 Electoral College votes to the state's popular vote winner, but two faithless electors chose other candidates, making Texas the only state in 2016 to give Trump fewer than the assigned electoral votes.
Are you retarded? I said Trump wasn't losing to Hillary in Texas.
yet to electors voted for someone else the only state to do that
What has that got to do with whether Hillary was leading Trump in Texas, dumb ass?
it has everything to show you how wrong you are and will always be that
 
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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.


The poll showed Biden with the support of 48 percent of likely voters, compared with 45 percent for Trump. The results represent a shift from the same poll in September, when Trump led by 2 percentage points. One difference from September is that Biden has expanded his lead among Hispanic voters from 30 percentage points to 48.
Biden’s not going to win Texas, of course.

But it’s a troubling indicator for Trump concerning the toss-up states – OH, NC, GA – and the states leaning Biden, AZ and FL.

With just over a week left to the end of voting, the poll numbers should have tightened by now if Trump had a realistic chance at winning reelection – they’re not; and Trump certainly shouldn’t be polling behind Biden in TX at this point, either.
For Christ’s sake

Trump beat Hillary by 9 percent in 2016
Now, he is losing to Biden in the polls


Shouldnt even be close at this point
at this point, Trump was losing biggly to Hillary
Actually he was only behind 2.6 percent nationwide
He won Texas by 9 percent

Robert Cahaly, senior strategist for the Trafalgar Group, made a name for himself in 2016 by being the only pollster to correctly show Donald Trump with a lead in Michigan and Pennsylvania — two key states he carried — heading into Election Day. (He did not poll Wisconsin, another surprising win for Trump.) Cahaly also showed Trump ahead in North Carolina and Florida, both of which he won, securing his improbable 304-227 Electoral College victory over Hillary Clinton.

Cahaly managed to pick up support for Trump that all other pollsters missed by employing a unique method that sought to measure support from voters who’d been “inactive” in recent election cycles, as well as adding a question to his surveys designed to isolate the effect of social desirability bias among Trump voters – the concept that people won’t tell pollsters their true intentions for fear of being stigmatized or being politically incorrect.


Trafalgar is biased conservative
They even add points for Trump because they claim that those polled hide their true feelings.
2016 was a fluke for Trafalgar
they were the only pollster that got it right in 2016

The Trafalgar Group delivers its polling questionnaires utilizing a mix of six different methods:

  • Live callers
  • Integrated voice response
  • Text messages
  • Emails
  • Two other proprietary digital methods they don’t share publicly.
The company utilizes short questionnaires of nine questions or less based on their perceptions about attenuated attention spans and the need to “accommodate modern busy lifestyles.” According to Cahaly, the firm’s polls last one to two minutes and are designed to quickly get opinions from those who would not typically participate in political polls.

The firm has also pioneered methods to deal with what they describe as “Social Desirability Bias” in order to get at what a poll participant’s true feelings are in situations where they believe some individuals in a poll are not likely to reveal their actual preferences. In their view, this included the 2016 Presidential election and the 2018 Florida gubernatorial election.
The firm has also pioneered methods to deal with what they describe as “Social Desirability Bias” in order to get at what a poll participant’s true feelings are in situations where they believe some individuals in a poll are not likely to reveal their actual preferences

Fake science. Means they pad the result to benefit Republicans
 

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Trump and his supporters made a huge mistake banking on this Hunter Biden farce. No one cares about Hunter Biden except Trump and his supporters. The more Trump talks about it, the more the public is turned off. They know this is nothing short of a hoax.
You want it to be a hoax. That's for sure. But the evidence is piling up and it's voluminous.
The Biden laptop, Hunter's business partner turning on him, evidence from Ukraine coming in, etc.

Just like you want to believe that Joe's lies, denying right in the face of the public, that he had nothing
to do with Hunter and Burisma when the clear evidence proves otherwise, also seems like a case of
wishful thinking.

But whatever gives you the strength to get you out of bed in the morning.
 

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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.


The poll showed Biden with the support of 48 percent of likely voters, compared with 45 percent for Trump. The results represent a shift from the same poll in September, when Trump led by 2 percentage points. One difference from September is that Biden has expanded his lead among Hispanic voters from 30 percentage points to 48.
Biden’s not going to win Texas, of course.

But it’s a troubling indicator for Trump concerning the toss-up states – OH, NC, GA – and the states leaning Biden, AZ and FL.

With just over a week left to the end of voting, the poll numbers should have tightened by now if Trump had a realistic chance at winning reelection – they’re not; and Trump certainly shouldn’t be polling behind Biden in TX at this point, either.
For Christ’s sake

Trump beat Hillary by 9 percent in 2016
Now, he is losing to Biden in the polls


Shouldnt even be close at this point
at this point, Trump was losing biggly to Hillary
Actually he was only behind 2.6 percent nationwide
He won Texas by 9 percent

Robert Cahaly, senior strategist for the Trafalgar Group, made a name for himself in 2016 by being the only pollster to correctly show Donald Trump with a lead in Michigan and Pennsylvania — two key states he carried — heading into Election Day. (He did not poll Wisconsin, another surprising win for Trump.) Cahaly also showed Trump ahead in North Carolina and Florida, both of which he won, securing his improbable 304-227 Electoral College victory over Hillary Clinton.

Cahaly managed to pick up support for Trump that all other pollsters missed by employing a unique method that sought to measure support from voters who’d been “inactive” in recent election cycles, as well as adding a question to his surveys designed to isolate the effect of social desirability bias among Trump voters – the concept that people won’t tell pollsters their true intentions for fear of being stigmatized or being politically incorrect.


Trafalgar is biased conservative
They even add points for Trump because they claim that those polled hide their true feelings.
2016 was a fluke for Trafalgar
they were the only pollster that got it right in 2016

The Trafalgar Group delivers its polling questionnaires utilizing a mix of six different methods:

  • Live callers
  • Integrated voice response
  • Text messages
  • Emails
  • Two other proprietary digital methods they don’t share publicly.
The company utilizes short questionnaires of nine questions or less based on their perceptions about attenuated attention spans and the need to “accommodate modern busy lifestyles.” According to Cahaly, the firm’s polls last one to two minutes and are designed to quickly get opinions from those who would not typically participate in political polls.

The firm has also pioneered methods to deal with what they describe as “Social Desirability Bias” in order to get at what a poll participant’s true feelings are in situations where they believe some individuals in a poll are not likely to reveal their actual preferences. In their view, this included the 2016 Presidential election and the 2018 Florida gubernatorial election.
The firm has also pioneered methods to deal with what they describe as “Social Desirability Bias” in order to get at what a poll participant’s true feelings are in situations where they believe some individuals in a poll are not likely to reveal their actual preferences

Fake science. Means they pad the result to benefit Republicans
a pollster that is better than your fake news pollsters and your bitter call me shocked lol
 

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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.


The poll showed Biden with the support of 48 percent of likely voters, compared with 45 percent for Trump. The results represent a shift from the same poll in September, when Trump led by 2 percentage points. One difference from September is that Biden has expanded his lead among Hispanic voters from 30 percentage points to 48.

Yeah, it's over. quid pro joe is a lock. A 50 State sweep is inevitable.

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Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.
Trump won't lose Texas, but it will be a lot closer than it should. That alone is a good indication he is headed for defeat on Election Day.
Unless widespread voter fraud can be shown, the Texas vote will not be closer than it should. It will be exactly where it should be. No doubt it could be a lot closer than expected, but if fewer Texans support Trump, the vote count should show that.
That was more than 2 1/2 months ago dumb ass. WTF is wrong with you?
Doesn’t bode well for Trump. Losing Texas would mean automatic defeat for Trump.
Trump won't lose Texas, but it will be a lot closer than it should. That alone is a good indication he is headed for defeat on Election Day.
Unless widespread voter fraud can be shown, the Texas vote will not be closer than it should. It will be exactly where it should be. No doubt it could be a lot closer than expected, but if fewer Texans support Trump, the vote count should show that.
That was more than 2 1/2 months ago dumb ass. WTF is wrong with you?
that was an October poll they conducted
Your link dumb ass
View attachment 406552
there is no date on the link I provided you scam
No dumb ass there is not. However, there is a link directly to the poll, which is what I posted.
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