Thursday, June 29, 2017

Poll Numbers

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New polls coming out this week show the race tightening and they are suggesting that Donald Trump can actually win the presidency.

Last year at this time, Donald was in a war with Megyn Kelly and nobody thought that he would make it to the next debate.

The next debate came and went and so did 15 other GOP candidates that wanted to be the nominee of the party. Trump beat them all and proved all the pundits and talking heads wrong.

Along the way Donald, according to the liberal media, has called to ban a religion, insulted gold star parents and even told 2nd amendment supporters to kill Hillary.

Despite all of the bad press, the foot-in-mouth disease and running his first campaign, he is now only down two points in a new Zogby poll. Only down two points after all of that is amazing.

So amazing, that it should start getting the complacent people on the left to start thinking they could lose this thing.

The poll shows Clinton with 38%, Trump with 36%, Gary Johnson with 8% and Jill Stein with 5%. The poll also had 13% that were undecided.

The two-point lead is well within the margin of error and in a four person race, as this is shaping up to be, Trump does much better in the polls.

The polls that just ask Clinton or Trump are not a true representation of what is going on in politics this year. People are fed up with Hillary and the DNC and they are moving towards Gary Johnson and Jill Stein.

Some Republicans that are ashamed and angry their party nominated Donald are switching to Gary or not voting.

People are just learning about Gary and Jill and if they can make the debates, the numbers could shift wildly, and it could all help Trump.

Trump is the most conservative candidate in the field. Gary is slightly left of Trump with the main difference is Donald is the only pro-life candidate. That is a big decider for a lot of voters.

Democrats that were part of the Bernie Revolution and supported Hillary are now learning about the Green Party and they are starting to gravitate towards Jill Stein.

None of the polls take into account the debates, more email releases, or tax return releases. There is still a lot in play right now and after the first debate, we will have a much better picture of what will happen in November.

If you want to read The Top Ten Reasons Hillary Will Lose To Trump, click here.

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Carly Fiorina, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard and Republican presidential candidate, might be stuck in the “kids’ table” debate again–despite ranking as high as 4th place in nationwide polls.

CNN, who hosts the next debate, will (like Fox) only invite the top 10 candidates to debate on the top stage.

But, while Fox used just the five most recent polls, CNN plans to use all polls between July 16 and September 10–many of which include numbers from before Fiorina stunned the country by handily winning the first round of debates on August 6.

Using such a wide swath of polls would adversely affect Fiorina, who barely registered in the polls before her impressive debate performance, but has since seen a huge bounce.

It would also help to bolster underperforming candidates like Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, and even Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who all started with stronger poll numbers but have since seen their support dip substantially in the months and weeks since they launched their presidential campaign.

In the debates on August 6, broadcasted on Fox News, Fiorina was widely seen as the winner–not just of the 5pm debate, which she was featured in, but of both debates.

Fiorina is also the sole woman running for the Republican nomination–a point that she claims will help her better attack the likely Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton.

Regardless of Fiorina’s gender or poll numbers, the fact remains that more than 83% of Americans declared her the winner of the first Republican debate–but, because of the measurement of polls, she might be prevented from debating once again.


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