CNN: Polls Show Americans Don't Care About the Left's Kangaroo Courts Against Trump

Mar 3, 2013
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Americans see these court cases for what they are. So Trump is well ahead in 6 key swing states.
Plan A failed, in addition Trump has picked up a lot of minority votes.

And the Democrats have no Plan B with Election Day just 6 months away.


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CNN chief national affairs correspondent Jeff Zeleny reports that swing-state voters are showing disdain and fatigue over the ongoing Trump trial, amidst polling data that shows Trump leading Biden in six key states.



Jeff Zeleny revealed that swing-state voters he interviewed feel "disgusted" and "tired" of the Trump trial, suggesting minimal political fallout against Trump so far.

Recent New York Times/Siena College polling indicates Trump is leading Biden in swing states like Nevada, Georgia, and Arizona, with significant margins.

Voters are more concerned with economic issues rather than the trial, with inflation noted as a critical issue affecting voter sentiment.



In a recent commentary, CNN's Jeff Zeleny highlighted a significant disconnect between the media coverage of Donald Trump's ongoing trial and the concerns of voters in battleground states. According to Zeleny, despite exhaustive media focus, the trial has not resonated as a critical issue among these voters. Instead, economic issues, particularly inflation, are at the forefront of voters' concerns as they assess their choices for the upcoming election.

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The polling also reveals a surprising shift in demographic support, with Trump making gains among Black and Hispanic voters, groups traditionally seen as Democratic strongholds. Biden's lead among these voters has diminished compared to previous elections, further complicating the electoral landscape for Democrats.

Zeleny notes that while the trial garners considerable media attention, the actual impact on voter decision-making may be limited. He suggests that unless the economic concerns are addressed effectively, the trial itself will likely remain a peripheral issue for many voters, overshadowed by more immediate personal and financial impacts.

 
Probably true. And I'll bet there's a large number of Americans who couldn't tell you anything about any of the cases.
The poll, released Wednesday from Bloomberg and Morning Consult, found that 53 percent of voters in key swing states would refuse to vote for Trump if he were convicted of a criminal offense. A slightly higher share, 55 percent, say they would reach that conclusion if he were sentenced to prison.
If those figures are accurate, they could easily decide the election, given how close Trump’s two elections so far, in 2016 and 2020, have been.
A conviction “is absolutely a potential dealbreaker in an election that either [Trump or President Biden] could win or lose for a whole variety of reasons,” said GOP strategist Doug Heye, a former communications director for the Republican National Committee.
The Bloomberg poll was conducted in seven states that will likely determine the outcome of the election: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
Interestingly, the poll suggested 20 percent of voters from those states who had voted for Trump in 2020 would be either “somewhat unwilling” or “very unwilling” to vote for him again if he were convicted.
“The preponderance of polling out there shows that there is a chunk of Republican voters who say a felony conviction would be a bridge too far,” said GOP strategist Dan Judy. “Does that mean that Donald Trump still gets 80 to 85 percent of Republican voters, rather than 90 or 95 percent? Probably. But that could easily be the election right there.”
 
The poll, released Wednesday from Bloomberg and Morning Consult, found that 53 percent of voters in key swing states would refuse to vote for Trump if he were convicted of a criminal offense. A slightly higher share, 55 percent, say they would reach that conclusion if he were sentenced to prison.
If those figures are accurate, they could easily decide the election, given how close Trump’s two elections so far, in 2016 and 2020, have been.
A conviction “is absolutely a potential dealbreaker in an election that either [Trump or President Biden] could win or lose for a whole variety of reasons,” said GOP strategist Doug Heye, a former communications director for the Republican National Committee.
The Bloomberg poll was conducted in seven states that will likely determine the outcome of the election: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
Interestingly, the poll suggested 20 percent of voters from those states who had voted for Trump in 2020 would be either “somewhat unwilling” or “very unwilling” to vote for him again if he were convicted.
“The preponderance of polling out there shows that there is a chunk of Republican voters who say a felony conviction would be a bridge too far,” said GOP strategist Dan Judy. “Does that mean that Donald Trump still gets 80 to 85 percent of Republican voters, rather than 90 or 95 percent? Probably. But that could easily be the election right there.”
Yeah, that's possible. But I'm not expecting any convictions between now and Election Day.
 
The majority of Americans recognize that the Democrats have taken a wrecking ball to our justice system to destroy their political opponent.
The majority of Americans know Trump is unfit to be president. Hannibal Lecter? WTF?

Didn't Trump push to have Hillary charged for doing what he did? And didn't Trump bring Bill Clinton accusers to the debates against Hillary? Can't take it, don't dish it out.

Trump said voting for Hillary could cause a constitutional crisis because she could be in the very predicament he's in right now. So you can't vote for him. It would cause a constitutional crisis. That's what Trump said when it was Hillary "they" were fucking with.
And the majority of Americans know Trump will appoint a justice department head that will play politics. So don't vote for Trump if you are concerned about that.
 
Yeah, that's possible. But I'm not expecting any convictions between now and Election Day.
You think this trial is going to last that long? Trump in court 5 days a week for 5 more months? OMG Trump won't survive. The only break being his son's graduation? LOL

The other 3 trials? Don't cry about a corrupt system that the Dems control. What about the Supreme's who side with Bush and Trump every time?
 
When these same people were protesting the day he won, taking to the streets, even trying to order the refusal of Electorates voting for what their voters chose, it was clear that the full court press was in.

Then there was "Russia, Russia" which not only harmed the U.S greatly, it may have even have lead long term to Russia deciding that they needed to invade Ukraine. They might have felt that there was an air of "war against Russia".

Ultimately voters will vote based on policies. Did they like their lives better under Trump or Biden. They both had a full term to make their cases.
 
You think this trial is going to last that long? Trump in court 5 days a week for 5 more months? OMG Trump won't survive. The only break being his son's graduation? LOL

The other 3 trials? Don't cry about a corrupt system that the Dems control. What about the Supreme's who side with Bush and Trump every time?
I can't imagine, and this is just me, that at least one True Believer won't make it on to any Trump jury. Plus, from what I've seen, Bragg still hasn't proven that Trump directly ordered and knew about the fraudulent entries (though I have no doubt he did). We'll see, I guess, but I'd be surprised.

And yeah, he's got the Supes in his corner, and they'll pitch in if it comes to it. Like Judge Cannon, who has really kicked ass for him.
 
The poll, released Wednesday from Bloomberg and Morning Consult, found that 53 percent of voters in key swing states would refuse to vote for Trump if he were convicted of a criminal offense. A slightly higher share, 55 percent, say they would reach that conclusion if he were sentenced to prison.
If those figures are accurate, they could easily decide the election, given how close Trump’s two elections so far, in 2016 and 2020, have been.
A conviction “is absolutely a potential dealbreaker in an election that either [Trump or President Biden] could win or lose for a whole variety of reasons,” said GOP strategist Doug Heye, a former communications director for the Republican National Committee.
The Bloomberg poll was conducted in seven states that will likely determine the outcome of the election: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
Interestingly, the poll suggested 20 percent of voters from those states who had voted for Trump in 2020 would be either “somewhat unwilling” or “very unwilling” to vote for him again if he were convicted.
“The preponderance of polling out there shows that there is a chunk of Republican voters who say a felony conviction would be a bridge too far,” said GOP strategist Dan Judy. “Does that mean that Donald Trump still gets 80 to 85 percent of Republican voters, rather than 90 or 95 percent? Probably. But that could easily be the election right there.”
Poll released on Wednesday ,,, in January. You get that it's the middle of May malaka.
 

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