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Polls (GOP Club)

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  • Biggs Demands that AG Barr release findings of DOJ election fraud probe

    12/04/2020 4:23:40 PM PST · by kellymcneill · 47 replies
    The Sara Carter Show ^ | December 4, 2020 | Sara Carter
    Why is he asking William Barr of all people for information about an ongoing investigation? Barr hasn't even been conducting the investigation. Bigg's request suggests to me that he's hoping Barr will make another broad public-fooling statement about inclusive findings relating to an investigation that he hasn't even been conducting.
  • I’m 90% certain Trump will win. The reason for my 10% uncertainty will likely surprise you.

    12/02/2020 8:49:42 AM PST · by kellymcneill · 64 replies
    NOQ Report ^ | December 2, 2020 | JD Rucker
    My confidence in President Trump's eventual reelection is based on a preponderance of evidence that seems blatantly clear. But there's a chance the forces arrayed against him will not allow the truth to come out. There's also a slight chance he simply doesn't want to be president anymore.
  • (vanity) Has a Republican president ever been upset?

    10/27/2020 11:54:06 AM PDT · by JoanSmith · 128 replies
    Has there been a case where a Republican was expected to win the presidency, and the nation was surprised/flabbergasted by the election of the Democrat candidate? I am hearing lots of liberals express genuine fear/anxiety about the upcoming election (in contrast to 2016 where they assumed victory). I see the liberal fear and anxiety as a good thing, as it indicates they know (whether consciously or unconsciously) they are greatly outnumbered. Of course I plan to vote, on November 3rd, in person. Just wondering how the current 'feeling' in America relates to previous examples.
  • General Election 2020: A Voting System Experiment

    10/23/2020 7:19:01 AM PDT · by GarthVader · 1 replies
    A general election poll which includes both nominated candidates and potential alternatives (including some Establishment Republicans). Four different voting systems are used, so you get to express your true feelings without the lesser of two evils problem.
  • Electoral College Prediction: 356-182 Trump!

    10/07/2020 8:10:01 AM PDT · by HapaxLegamenon · 42 replies
    Vanity ^ | October 7, 2020 | Me
    My prediction is here: Wouldn’t this be nice? 356-182. I got this by giving Trump the states he won in 2016, plus all the States W. won at least once in 2000/2004, plus Minnesota and New Hampshire. I know VA, CO, NM and NV are a bit of a stretch. But if Trump gets 50% of Latinos, 15% of Blacks... it could happen.
  • Best Case Scenario. Trump Wins Decisively In At Least Most Swing States. Most Registered Voters Voted. Most Questionable Ballots Rejected. How Will Democrats React?

    09/23/2020 4:08:15 PM PDT · by TealsGuy17 · 31 replies
    This is one hopeful scenario whereas we wont have to worry about waiting another week after Trump won by a comfortable margin to wait for the unopened mail in ballots to be counted. What needs to happen on election night is up to 90 to 95 percent of registered voters show up or have mailed in their ballots, especially in swing states. To the extent where the amount of mail in ballots yet counted will surpass the amount of voters in many districts. This is typical of some blue districts where they have been known to have more registered voters...
  • Poll Shows How Big a Factor Riots are in Election

    09/12/2020 10:22:24 AM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 20 replies
    Ninety-two percent of voters stated in a Harvard CAPS / Harris Poll results that the violent demonstrations and riots would be a central factor in the 2020 presidential election. Democrats recently changed their tune on the violent riots with an attempted rebrand calling the violence a direct product of “Trump’s America.” If you evaluate all of the last decade’s mass violent demonstrations, most of them took place under the Obama administration. This is now the third Harvard CAPS / Harris Survey that published topline findings in the absence of any methodology or cross-tabs available from the study. The final results...
  • What a P.OS., GOPe is not even close, this man is a traitor. He is the riding the fence looking for an off ramp.

    09/10/2020 6:49:28 PM PDT · by MAAG · 75 replies
    Turtle on Hannity
    The turtle strikes again, I think it must be getting hot in his little turtle shell.
  • Republicans credit Trump's intense outreach for growing Latino support

    09/04/2020 6:16:50 PM PDT · by Sir Napsalot · 24 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 9-4-2020 | David M. Drucker
    Republicans say President Trump’s decision to make Hispanic voters a priority is boosting his support with this critical bloc in public opinion polls and threatening Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s prospects in key battleground states. Trump received 28% of the Hispanic vote four years ago. But a fresh national poll from Quinnipiac University pegged the president’s support with this demographic at 36% — despite trailing Biden by 10 percentage points overall, progress reflected in other surveys conducted over the summer. In swing states that will determine the outcome of the presidential race, that level of Hispanic support could push Trump over...
  • Ben Sasse Becomes ‘GOP Trump Critic’ Ahead of 2020 Elections

    08/10/2020 5:34:19 AM PDT · by Sir Napsalot · 26 replies
    Breitbart - Politics ^ | 8-9-2020 | Sean Moran
    Axios reported on Sunday that Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE) has become a “GOP Trump critic” ahead of the 2020 elections. Sasse, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee and Finance Committees, released a statement after President Donald Trump issued executive orders granting Americans a payroll tax holiday and unemployment insurance after negotiations with leading Democrats fell through. Referring to Trump’s executive orders as “unconstitutional slop,” Sasse said in a statement on Saturday: The pen-and-phone theory of executive lawmaking is unconstitutional slop. President Obama did not have the power to unilaterally rewrite immigration law with DACA, and President Trump does not...
  • MSNBC's Kornacki Projects Almost Identical Electoral Maps in 2016 and 2020

    08/09/2020 5:30:54 AM PDT · by Sir Napsalot · 10 replies
    RCP video ^ | 8/8/2020 | Ian Schwartz
    From the YouTube video description: Is it the Road To 270 in 2020? Yes! It's the Road to 270 in 2016? Yes! Actually you can be forgiven for confusing Steve Kornacki's Roads To 270 with each other since they are virtually identical in their projection of the battleground states. Even Kornacki's mannerisms and giddy vocal intonations are identical. In fact, about the only way you can tell the difference between the two projections, one made on August 6, 2020 and the other on August 10, 2016 is that one has the name of Joe Biden on it and the other...
  • EXCLUSIVE: Poll shows Yvette Herrell and Xochitl Torres Small tied in swing New Mexico House district rematch

    07/14/2020 10:19:59 AM PDT · by CedarDave · 43 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | July 13, 2020 | Emily Larsen
    The race in New Mexico's second congressional district, one of 2020's most closely watched House toss-ups, is in a dead heat. Democratic Rep. Xochitl Torres Small and Republican businesswoman and former state Rep. Yvette Herrell each received 46% support in a poll conducted by the Tarrance Group for the National Republican Congressional Committee, a summary of which was provided exclusively to the Washington Examiner. Another 8% of voters were undecided. The poll surveyed 400 voters from July 7-9 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.9%. There are few polls of the House race. A December internal...
  • Model projects 91% chance Trump will get re-elected

    07/03/2020 7:03:22 PM PDT · by entropy12 · 53 replies ^ | July 2nd, 2020 | Helmut Norpoth
    Jul 02, 202007:49 Model projects 91% chance Trump will get re-elected Stony Brook University professor Helmut Norpoth says the battleground state polls in 2016 were 'way off' and that his model has correctly predicted 24 out of 26 of the past presidential elections.
  • Most accurate model predicts..who wins in 2020

    06/13/2020 6:05:33 PM PDT · by entropy12 · 68 replies
    Moody's Analytics
  • Trump erupts at campaign team as his poll numbers slide (Five "anomnymous sources")

    04/30/2020 12:27:28 PM PDT · by CedarDave · 95 replies
    The Albuquerque Journal ^ | April 29, 2020 | Zeke Miller and Jonathan Lemire / AP
    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump erupted at his top political advisers last week when they presented him with worrisome polling data that showed his support eroding in a series of battleground states as his response to the coronavirus comes under criticism. As the virus takes its deadly toll and much of the nation’s economy remains shuttered, new surveys by the Republican National Committee and Trump’s campaign pointed to a harrowing picture for the president as he faces reelection. “I am not f—ing losing to Joe Biden,” he repeated in a series of heated conference calls with his top campaign officials,...
  • Biden 46, Trump 42 in Florida

    04/22/2020 12:30:11 PM PDT · by entropy12 · 136 replies ^ | April 22, 2020 | Quinnipiac
    THE 2020 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION Florida voters don't have a clear favorite in the upcoming presidential election. If the election for president were being held today, former Vice President Joe Biden would get 46 percent of the vote, while Trump would get 42 percent. The candidates are holding their bases just about equally well, as Biden wins among Democrats 91 - 4 percent and Trump wins among Republicans 89 - 7 percent. The race is close among the key swing group, independents, with Biden getting 44 percent of the vote and Trump receiving 37 percent.
  • Trump Can't win!

    12/01/2019 9:20:49 AM PST · by entropy12 · 15 replies
    youtube ^ | Nov 22nd, 2016 | toscodav
    Just a compilation of video's.
  • The 2019 Election Results:Bevin, Bell Weathers, and Cockfights

    11/07/2019 5:02:39 PM PST · by · 22 replies ^ | Stephani Scruggs, Contributor, The American Dossier
    The Leftist propaganda machine is running circles around itself trying to prove that Bevin’s Kentucky loss is the first sign of a Trump Train derailment. As usual, the machine could not be more wrong. First of all, it is important to understand that the movement behind Trump is not actually about Trump and never was. Rather, Trump is a figure and person to whom this ragtag band of Americans known alternatively as the grassroots or Tea Party movement has chosen to support because he represents our frustrations and ideals with the very clearly broken American Republic and way of life;...
  • As Democrats push impeachment inquiry, GOP support for Trump remains solid

    11/02/2019 5:05:01 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 27 replies
    KUSI-TV ^ | November 2, 2019 | The Associated Press
    The more concrete the testimony in the impeachment inquiry, the more solidly Republicans are sticking with President Donald Trump. Witness after witness in closed-door House hearings is corroborating the core facts that Democrats say make a strong case against the president. Trump pressured Ukraine, an American ally, for an investigation of Joe Biden, his family and the Democrats. At the same time, the Trump administration withheld military assistance for the young democracy as it confronted Russian aggression.
  • In Water Is Wet News: Majority Of Republicans Don’t Want Trump Impeached, New Poll Finds

    11/01/2019 1:15:43 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 6 replies
    Essence ^ | November 1, 2019 | Kirsten West Savali
    Following the House adopting a resolution confirming a formal impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump conspiring with the Ukrainian government to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, a new CNN poll finds that U.S. citizens are split along partisan lines on if the inquiry should move forward. According to Friday’s poll, 49% of Americans indicated that Trump should be impeached and removed from office, while 47% indicated that he should not be impeached. Of that number, 82% of Democrats support removing Trump from office, while 13% are against it. Eighteen percent of Republicans back removing Trump, while 82% oppose it. Independents...