Trump Wins Suburban Women of all Races and Thats Not all....

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When you break the election down to single issue voters, and separate demographics, Trump is ahead, I dont care what the Democrat push polls are saying.



Just 12 percent of swing-voting “moderate” suburban women, and just 19 percent of all likely voters, agreed with business groups and Democrats that the government should “allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans.” ...
But Trump’s June 22 policy is getting overwhelming support — even among groups who are not part of the GOP coalition.
Sixty-seven percent of all voters said “no” to more foreign workers. So did 80 percent of conservative suburban women, 71 percent of moderate suburban women, and 62 percent of liberal suburban women....
Rasmussen asked: “Minorities and women have been hit particularly hard by job losses as a result of the pandemic. Should the government allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans?”
The “no” answer was echoed by 75 percent of Republicans and 59 percent of Democrats, although 18 percent of Democrats dodged the question, saying, “Not Sure.”
Seventy-seven percent of non-college white voters and 72 percent of black college voters took Trump’s side.
Among conservatives, 67 percent said no, as did 67 percent of moderates.



Trump wins on the issue of restricting the inflow of cheap[ foreign workers.
 

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Most people laugh at Rasmussen, but I suppose that particular question might have gotten the result they were looking for. However, if you ask those same people who they support for president, most will say Biden, and if you ask them if Trump is an idiot, most will say yes.
 

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When you break the election down to single issue voters, and separate demographics, Trump is ahead, I dont care what the Democrat push polls are saying.



Just 12 percent of swing-voting “moderate” suburban women, and just 19 percent of all likely voters, agreed with business groups and Democrats that the government should “allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans.” ...
But Trump’s June 22 policy is getting overwhelming support — even among groups who are not part of the GOP coalition.
Sixty-seven percent of all voters said “no” to more foreign workers. So did 80 percent of conservative suburban women, 71 percent of moderate suburban women, and 62 percent of liberal suburban women....
Rasmussen asked: “Minorities and women have been hit particularly hard by job losses as a result of the pandemic. Should the government allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans?”
The “no” answer was echoed by 75 percent of Republicans and 59 percent of Democrats, although 18 percent of Democrats dodged the question, saying, “Not Sure.”
Seventy-seven percent of non-college white voters and 72 percent of black college voters took Trump’s side.
Among conservatives, 67 percent said no, as did 67 percent of moderates.



Trump wins on the issue of restricting the inflow of cheap[ foreign workers.
Spread Muppet bidens suburban plan far and wide amongst the soccer moms

He's d.o.a. come November
 

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When you break the election down to single issue voters, and separate demographics, Trump is ahead, I dont care what the Democrat push polls are saying.



Just 12 percent of swing-voting “moderate” suburban women, and just 19 percent of all likely voters, agreed with business groups and Democrats that the government should “allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans.” ...
But Trump’s June 22 policy is getting overwhelming support — even among groups who are not part of the GOP coalition.
Sixty-seven percent of all voters said “no” to more foreign workers. So did 80 percent of conservative suburban women, 71 percent of moderate suburban women, and 62 percent of liberal suburban women....
Rasmussen asked: “Minorities and women have been hit particularly hard by job losses as a result of the pandemic. Should the government allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans?”
The “no” answer was echoed by 75 percent of Republicans and 59 percent of Democrats, although 18 percent of Democrats dodged the question, saying, “Not Sure.”
Seventy-seven percent of non-college white voters and 72 percent of black college voters took Trump’s side.
Among conservatives, 67 percent said no, as did 67 percent of moderates.



Trump wins on the issue of restricting the inflow of cheap[ foreign workers.
Trump has to get out and promote these ideas and also speak about Bidens comment about eliminating shareholder capitalism. That statement from him floored me.
 

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When you break the election down to single issue voters, and separate demographics, Trump is ahead, I dont care what the Democrat push polls are saying.



Just 12 percent of swing-voting “moderate” suburban women, and just 19 percent of all likely voters, agreed with business groups and Democrats that the government should “allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans.” ...
But Trump’s June 22 policy is getting overwhelming support — even among groups who are not part of the GOP coalition.
Sixty-seven percent of all voters said “no” to more foreign workers. So did 80 percent of conservative suburban women, 71 percent of moderate suburban women, and 62 percent of liberal suburban women....
Rasmussen asked: “Minorities and women have been hit particularly hard by job losses as a result of the pandemic. Should the government allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans?”
The “no” answer was echoed by 75 percent of Republicans and 59 percent of Democrats, although 18 percent of Democrats dodged the question, saying, “Not Sure.”
Seventy-seven percent of non-college white voters and 72 percent of black college voters took Trump’s side.
Among conservatives, 67 percent said no, as did 67 percent of moderates.



Trump wins on the issue of restricting the inflow of cheap[ foreign workers.
Spread Muppet bidens suburban plan far and wide amongst the soccer moms

He's d.o.a. come November
It is not Biden's plan it is a plan that was implemented by Oblama.
 

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When you break the election down to single issue voters, and separate demographics, Trump is ahead, I dont care what the Democrat push polls are saying.



Just 12 percent of swing-voting “moderate” suburban women, and just 19 percent of all likely voters, agreed with business groups and Democrats that the government should “allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans.” ...
But Trump’s June 22 policy is getting overwhelming support — even among groups who are not part of the GOP coalition.
Sixty-seven percent of all voters said “no” to more foreign workers. So did 80 percent of conservative suburban women, 71 percent of moderate suburban women, and 62 percent of liberal suburban women....
Rasmussen asked: “Minorities and women have been hit particularly hard by job losses as a result of the pandemic. Should the government allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans?”
The “no” answer was echoed by 75 percent of Republicans and 59 percent of Democrats, although 18 percent of Democrats dodged the question, saying, “Not Sure.”
Seventy-seven percent of non-college white voters and 72 percent of black college voters took Trump’s side.
Among conservatives, 67 percent said no, as did 67 percent of moderates.



Trump wins on the issue of restricting the inflow of cheap[ foreign workers.
Trump has to get out and promote these ideas and also speak about Bidens comment about eliminating shareholder capitalism. That statement from him floored me.
Shareholder capitalism is the reason why the middle class is shrinking and wages stink compared to the cost of living.
 

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D E S P E R A T E for anything to be optimistic about so OP posts this nonsense. Is there even a question in that rambling multi-paragraph spin job ?
 

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When you break the election down to single issue voters, and separate demographics, Trump is ahead, I dont care what the Democrat push polls are saying.



Just 12 percent of swing-voting “moderate” suburban women, and just 19 percent of all likely voters, agreed with business groups and Democrats that the government should “allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans.” ...
But Trump’s June 22 policy is getting overwhelming support — even among groups who are not part of the GOP coalition.
Sixty-seven percent of all voters said “no” to more foreign workers. So did 80 percent of conservative suburban women, 71 percent of moderate suburban women, and 62 percent of liberal suburban women....
Rasmussen asked: “Minorities and women have been hit particularly hard by job losses as a result of the pandemic. Should the government allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans?”
The “no” answer was echoed by 75 percent of Republicans and 59 percent of Democrats, although 18 percent of Democrats dodged the question, saying, “Not Sure.”
Seventy-seven percent of non-college white voters and 72 percent of black college voters took Trump’s side.
Among conservatives, 67 percent said no, as did 67 percent of moderates.



Trump wins on the issue of restricting the inflow of cheap[ foreign workers.
Spread Muppet bidens suburban plan far and wide amongst the soccer moms

He's d.o.a. come November
It is not Biden's plan it is a plan that was implemented by Oblama.
He's going to expand on it
Its out there on his sight
 

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When you break the election down to single issue voters, and separate demographics, Trump is ahead, I dont care what the Democrat push polls are saying.



Just 12 percent of swing-voting “moderate” suburban women, and just 19 percent of all likely voters, agreed with business groups and Democrats that the government should “allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans.” ...
But Trump’s June 22 policy is getting overwhelming support — even among groups who are not part of the GOP coalition.
Sixty-seven percent of all voters said “no” to more foreign workers. So did 80 percent of conservative suburban women, 71 percent of moderate suburban women, and 62 percent of liberal suburban women....
Rasmussen asked: “Minorities and women have been hit particularly hard by job losses as a result of the pandemic. Should the government allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans?”
The “no” answer was echoed by 75 percent of Republicans and 59 percent of Democrats, although 18 percent of Democrats dodged the question, saying, “Not Sure.”
Seventy-seven percent of non-college white voters and 72 percent of black college voters took Trump’s side.
Among conservatives, 67 percent said no, as did 67 percent of moderates.



Trump wins on the issue of restricting the inflow of cheap[ foreign workers.
Trump has to get out and promote these ideas and also speak about Bidens comment about eliminating shareholder capitalism. That statement from him floored me.
He can't quit talking about himself and calling people names long enough to do that.

Also, what Trump is doing is not Capitalism. What's holding up the markets is not capitalism.
 

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When you break the election down to single issue voters, and separate demographics, Trump is ahead, I dont care what the Democrat push polls are saying.



Just 12 percent of swing-voting “moderate” suburban women, and just 19 percent of all likely voters, agreed with business groups and Democrats that the government should “allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans.” ...
But Trump’s June 22 policy is getting overwhelming support — even among groups who are not part of the GOP coalition.
Sixty-seven percent of all voters said “no” to more foreign workers. So did 80 percent of conservative suburban women, 71 percent of moderate suburban women, and 62 percent of liberal suburban women....
Rasmussen asked: “Minorities and women have been hit particularly hard by job losses as a result of the pandemic. Should the government allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans?”
The “no” answer was echoed by 75 percent of Republicans and 59 percent of Democrats, although 18 percent of Democrats dodged the question, saying, “Not Sure.”
Seventy-seven percent of non-college white voters and 72 percent of black college voters took Trump’s side.
Among conservatives, 67 percent said no, as did 67 percent of moderates.



Trump wins on the issue of restricting the inflow of cheap[ foreign workers.
Spread Muppet bidens suburban plan far and wide amongst the soccer moms

He's d.o.a. come November
It is not Biden's plan it is a plan that was implemented by Oblama.
He's going to expand on it
Its out there on his sight
Can you show any proof that is his intention?
 

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In the end, suburban women will back Trump for a number of reasons. Generally, they include safety, prosperity, law enforcement, lower taxes and freedom. Defunding police is the last thing civilized people would want. Defunding police is the position of lowlife criminals and punks.
 

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When you break the election down to single issue voters, and separate demographics, Trump is ahead, I dont care what the Democrat push polls are saying.



Just 12 percent of swing-voting “moderate” suburban women, and just 19 percent of all likely voters, agreed with business groups and Democrats that the government should “allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans.” ...
But Trump’s June 22 policy is getting overwhelming support — even among groups who are not part of the GOP coalition.
Sixty-seven percent of all voters said “no” to more foreign workers. So did 80 percent of conservative suburban women, 71 percent of moderate suburban women, and 62 percent of liberal suburban women....
Rasmussen asked: “Minorities and women have been hit particularly hard by job losses as a result of the pandemic. Should the government allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans?”
The “no” answer was echoed by 75 percent of Republicans and 59 percent of Democrats, although 18 percent of Democrats dodged the question, saying, “Not Sure.”
Seventy-seven percent of non-college white voters and 72 percent of black college voters took Trump’s side.
Among conservatives, 67 percent said no, as did 67 percent of moderates.



Trump wins on the issue of restricting the inflow of cheap[ foreign workers.
Rasmussen had GOP winning the 2018 midterms.
That's why the thread author didn't mention Rasmussen once. He's embarrassed.
 

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When you break the election down to single issue voters, and separate demographics, Trump is ahead, I dont care what the Democrat push polls are saying.



Just 12 percent of swing-voting “moderate” suburban women, and just 19 percent of all likely voters, agreed with business groups and Democrats that the government should “allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans.” ...
But Trump’s June 22 policy is getting overwhelming support — even among groups who are not part of the GOP coalition.
Sixty-seven percent of all voters said “no” to more foreign workers. So did 80 percent of conservative suburban women, 71 percent of moderate suburban women, and 62 percent of liberal suburban women....
Rasmussen asked: “Minorities and women have been hit particularly hard by job losses as a result of the pandemic. Should the government allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans?”
The “no” answer was echoed by 75 percent of Republicans and 59 percent of Democrats, although 18 percent of Democrats dodged the question, saying, “Not Sure.”
Seventy-seven percent of non-college white voters and 72 percent of black college voters took Trump’s side.
Among conservatives, 67 percent said no, as did 67 percent of moderates.



Trump wins on the issue of restricting the inflow of cheap[ foreign workers.
Rasmussen had GOP winning the 2018 midterms.
That's why the thread author didn't mention Rasmussen once. He's embarrassed.
OK, so most pollsters got 2016 wrong and 2018 right.
Rasmussen got 2016 right and 2018 wrong, meh.
Polling isn't an exact science.
 

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Most people laugh at Rasmussen, but I suppose that particular question might have gotten the result they were looking for. However, if you ask those same people who they support for president, most will say Biden, and if you ask them if Trump is an idiot, most will say yes.
What does laughing at Rasmussen have to do with it? Polls aside, common sense will tell you that suburban moms are a major swing vote. You think they want lawless mobs in the name of protesting coming to their town? Think they want ANTIFA and BLM beating on their minivan with kids in the car? With Democrats, they support and appease this activity.
 

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Most people laugh at Rasmussen, but I suppose that particular question might have gotten the result they were looking for. However, if you ask those same people who they support for president, most will say Biden, and if you ask them if Trump is an idiot, most will say yes.

So, a huge gap between the policy positions the voters support and the candidate they support.


That would explain the hysteria among the Left. THey know they have to avoid any discussion of actual policy, to have a chance to win.
 

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Most people laugh at Rasmussen, but I suppose that particular question might have gotten the result they were looking for. However, if you ask those same people who they support for president, most will say Biden, and if you ask them if Trump is an idiot, most will say yes.

So, a huge gap between the policy positions the voters support and the candidate they support.


That would explain the hysteria among the Left. THey know they have to avoid any discussion of actual policy, to have a chance to win.
Should they promise to make Mexico pay for a wall and that balancing the budget will be easy? Will that do the trick for you?
 

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When you break the election down to single issue voters, and separate demographics, Trump is ahead, I dont care what the Democrat push polls are saying.



Just 12 percent of swing-voting “moderate” suburban women, and just 19 percent of all likely voters, agreed with business groups and Democrats that the government should “allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans.” ...
But Trump’s June 22 policy is getting overwhelming support — even among groups who are not part of the GOP coalition.
Sixty-seven percent of all voters said “no” to more foreign workers. So did 80 percent of conservative suburban women, 71 percent of moderate suburban women, and 62 percent of liberal suburban women....
Rasmussen asked: “Minorities and women have been hit particularly hard by job losses as a result of the pandemic. Should the government allow employers to import foreign workers to fill job openings instead of recruiting among these unemployed Americans?”
The “no” answer was echoed by 75 percent of Republicans and 59 percent of Democrats, although 18 percent of Democrats dodged the question, saying, “Not Sure.”
Seventy-seven percent of non-college white voters and 72 percent of black college voters took Trump’s side.
Among conservatives, 67 percent said no, as did 67 percent of moderates.



Trump wins on the issue of restricting the inflow of cheap[ foreign workers.
Trump has to get out and promote these ideas and also speak about Bidens comment about eliminating shareholder capitalism. That statement from him floored me.
He can't quit talking about himself and calling people names long enough to do that.

Also, what Trump is doing is not Capitalism. What's holding up the markets is not capitalism.
Along that track, that was breached many many years ago. Part of it is a fiat currency to a gold backed one.
 

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Most people laugh at Rasmussen, but I suppose that particular question might have gotten the result they were looking for. However, if you ask those same people who they support for president, most will say Biden, and if you ask them if Trump is an idiot, most will say yes.

So, a huge gap between the policy positions the voters support and the candidate they support.


That would explain the hysteria among the Left. THey know they have to avoid any discussion of actual policy, to have a chance to win.
Should they promise to make Mexico pay for a wall and that balancing the budget will be easy? Will that do the trick for you?


Funny how I made a point about the op, and your response to my post, did not address my point at all.



Is that you admitting that you know I am right?
 

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Most people laugh at Rasmussen, but I suppose that particular question might have gotten the result they were looking for. However, if you ask those same people who they support for president, most will say Biden, and if you ask them if Trump is an idiot, most will say yes.
I don’t think you were laughing in 2016 lol haha
 

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