Discussion in 'Politics' started by Buy1Sell2, Dec 10, 2017.
With Trump approval ratings in those states plus 2008 democrat enthusiasm it will be easy.
Thanks for posting. As you can see, Trump has positive approval still in states that he won and teetering positive in some he didn't. Looks good right now---
Anyway, this poll stuff doesn't really show the true picture. It hasn't in the last several election and was really off last year.
"Fifty-five percent of respondents in Michigan said they disapproved of Trump, as did 53 percent in Wisconsin and Iowa and 51 percent in Pennsylvania.
Fifty-one percent of voters in Nevada and Arizona, where the Senate GOP’s most vulnerable members are up for re-election next year, also disapproved of Trump’s handling of the presidency."
The national polls has been right the last several elections.
No they haven't. And anyway national polls do not mean anything.
Huh? The national polls all had Hillary winning the the recent 2016 election. How is that “been right”.
And how many were registered voters, likely voters, Republicans, Democrats. These are slim numbers here and I view them as being good numbers for Trump. Anyway, paying attention to polls and giving them credence is a fools game. It's the economy stupid. Always has been.
National polls do not show who will win the election,it shows who most people will vote for.The national polls showed Hillary getting more votes and she got millions more votes.
CNN???? Er hehehehehehehehehe
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