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Polls (GOP Club)

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  • Rand Paul's approval rating in Kentucku

    01/11/2019 9:54:42 AM PST · by RandFan · 17 replies
    43% approve, 38% disapprove. That's a net positive rating of 5%. In contrast, the Turtle's approval rating is 38% approve and 47% disapprove.. a negative rating of -9% McConnell has one of the worst ratings in America.
  • Latino Support of Trump Remains Strong (evangelicals and veterans)

    12/27/2018 9:55:01 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 8 replies
    KDWN-FM ^ | December 27, 2018
    <p>Pedro Gonzalez has faith in Donald Trump and his party.</p> <p>The 55-year-old Colombian immigrant is a pastor at an evangelical church in suburban Denver. Initially repelled by Trump in 2016, he's been heartened by the president's steps to protect religious groups and appoint judges who oppose abortion rights. More important, Gonzalez sees Trump's presidency as part of a divine plan.</p>
  • Women Who Love Trump

    12/19/2018 4:29:28 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 9 replies
    The Wall Street Journal ^ | December 19, 2018 | Daniel Henninger
    A truism of the midterm elections is that women in the suburbs revolted against Donald Trump—or were revolted by Mr. Trump—and took it out on Republican candidates. Surveying the carnage among incumbent Republicans, there is little reason to challenge this conventional wisdom. Still, some of us on principle don’t feel at home with the conventional wisdom, even as we admit its undeniable reality. So this week we are going to spend some time with what may be America’s most determined political outliers—the women who love Trump....
  • President Donald Trump's poll numbers are bad, but here's why he could win in 2020

    12/15/2018 1:55:27 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 51 replies
    CNN Politics ^ | December 15, 2018 | Harry Enten
    Number of the week: A new Fox News poll finds that only 38% of voters said they would re-elect President Donald Trump if the election were held today. A majority, 55%, said they would vote for someone else. That's in line with previous Fox News polls, which also found that a majority of voters wanted someone else to be president. What's the point: The findings of Fox News are no surprise. The President has consistently had a negative net approval rating (approval rating minus disapproval rating). The re-election question is merely an offshoot of that and indicates that voters are...
  • What Should Trump’s 2020 Strategy Be In 2019?

    12/13/2018 8:16:17 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 24 replies
    FiveThirtyEight ^ | December 12, 2018 | Staff
    sarahf (Sarah Frostenson, politics editor): After a midterm election, it’s not unusual for a president to reassess strategy and approach and make appeals to the “middle” or to “reach across the aisle.” But we’re talking about President Trump, who currently doesn’t have a good track record of working with Democrats. So, what evidence do we have that he will try a different approach? And is trying a more bipartisan approach even a good idea? geoffrey.skelley (Geoffrey Skelley, elections analyst): We’ve been waiting for the fabled “Trump pivot” for, what, two years now? I’m not counting on it happening next year....
  • Trump's unconventional presidency is hurting his 2020 chances

    11/24/2018 2:05:00 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 50 replies
    CNN Politics ^ | November 24, 2018 | Harry Enten
    Poll of the week: A CBS News poll finds that President Donald Trump's approval rating on his handling of the economy is 52%. His disapproval rating on this metric is 41%. The same poll shows that Trump's overall job approval rating stands at just 39% to a disapproval rating of 55%. Put another way, his net approval rating on the economy is +11 points and his net approval overall is -16 points, which makes for a difference of -27 points. What's the point: The CBS News poll is merely the latest one to show that a majority of Americans approve...
  • Report: Quarter of millennial students exhibited PTSD symptoms after Trump's election

    10/22/2018 8:56:47 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 69 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | October 22, 2018 | Diana Stancy Correll
    A newly released psychological study shows that some students are exhibiting symptoms associated with post-traumatic stress disorder following the 2016 election. The study revealed that of 769 students at Arizona State University studying psychology in January and February 2017, 25 percent of them reported experiencing “clinically significant” levels of stress after completing a psychological assessment known as the the Impact of Event Scale. The assessment, which had been adjusted to take into account the 2016 election, indicated that students’ average stress score was similar to those of witnesses of a mass shooting seven months after the incident. “What we were...
  • Nate Silver: "Trumpian News Cycle" Makes 2018 Prediction Difficult; Expect "An October Surprise(tr)

    10/21/2018 1:46:47 PM PDT · by Sir Napsalot · 58 replies
    RCP Video ^ | 10-21-2018 | Tim Hains
    538 founder Nate Silver said the major "X-factor" in predicting the 2018 midterm elections is turnout and that is determined by the "Trumpian news cycle." He also said we might see "an October surprise or two" before November 6, in an interview on ABC's 'This Week.' (snip) GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS: "...So there it comes down to 85 percent chance that Democrats win control (note: Nate Silver's prediction now). That sounds a lot bigger than it is, right?" NATE SILVER, 538: "...Not a lot of guarantees, but that’s why we show like a very wide range, anywhere from a 20 seat gain,...
  • Please vote for this great Pro-Life candidate for Louisiana Secretary of State - vanity

    10/20/2018 5:40:09 AM PDT · by cpforlife.org · 4 replies
    e-mail | 10-20-18
    Freeper Friends: Please forward this letter from Pro-Lifer Richard Mahoney: Dear Friends, Of the candidates running for Louisiana Secretary of State, only former state senator A.G. Crowe, of Pearl River has taken serious action to put abortionists out of business across the state. For this reason we must not split our votes, we must all work to help get A.G. Crowe elected. Attached is a letter from A.G. Crowe showing his commitment to fighting for Life. His website is https://agcrowe.com/ I totally endorse him for this position and know for sure he will serve God and this state in the...
  • Updates on Mid-term elections

    10/15/2018 7:33:55 AM PDT · by LS · 50 replies
    self | 10/'15/2018 | LS
    Just a few observations that I see few people out there making. 1. Keep in mind that virtually ALL absentee ballots that are arriving now were MAILED on or about the time of the Judge K hearings & almost certainly will reflect that outrage. 2. I am hearing rumblings---can't put much solid behind it---that DemoKKKrats are really, really getting worried. At every level. In AZ, Enema has just imploded with one scandal after another, in NV Heller has built his lead, in ND, MO, TX, and TN, the Rs have settled into solid leads (and no, Betamale has NEVER, EVER...
  • CNN Poll: More see Trump win likely as Biden leads crowded Democratic field

    10/14/2018 1:07:53 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 65 replies
    MSN News ^ | October 14, 2018 | Jennifer Agiesta, CNN Polling Director
    Americans are becoming more likely to think President Donald Trump will win a second term in office, while Joe Biden stands atop a crowded field of Democrats perhaps looking to replace him, according to a new CNN Poll conducted by SSRS. The public is split over whether they think the President will win a second term -- 46% say he will and 47% say he won't. But that's a steep improvement for him since March, when 54% of adults said they thought he'd lose his bid for a second term. The share seeing a second Trump win in the offing...
  • Economic Anxiety Didn’t Elect Trump and It May Hurt His Party in the Midterms

    10/11/2018 5:33:18 AM PDT · by Sir Napsalot · 22 replies
    NYT Opinion ^ | 10-10-2018 | Robert Griffin and John Sides
    The president is less popular than overall growth would predict.The 2016 election is almost two years behind us, but arguments over why Donald Trump won haven’t stopped. Because Mr. Trump drew support from white voters with less formal education — the “white working class” — many attributed his victory to Americans’ economic anxiety. But this narrative has obscured the true nature of Mr. Trump’s coalition. On the whole, Trump voters were never extraordinarily economically distressed. And now the economically distressed are actually less likely to approve of Mr. Trump’s performance as president. (snip) [Note: Read the article to find out...
  • Freeport this KS voter poll- Kevin Yoder or socialist Sharice Davids

    10/10/2018 7:14:36 AM PDT · by ncfool · 12 replies
    Kansas City business Journal ^ | October 10, 2018 | Self
    Who will you vote for in the cans this third district congressional race. The incumbent Republican Kevin Yoder, are the very liberal Democrat Sharice Davids. Davids has never had any political elected office. Her only claim to fame is that she worked for one year as a White House fellow in the Obama administration. She is a socialist, kickboxer, and lesbian. She does not show up in the district at events where the incumbent is going to be. She has refuse to debate the incumbent.
  • Larry Sabato: "Red Wave Ain't Going To Happen, It's Just A Question About How Big The Blue Wave Is"

    10/10/2018 6:03:04 AM PDT · by Sir Napsalot · 99 replies
    RCP Video ^ | 10-10-2018 | Ian Schwartz
    University of Virginia Center for Politics Director Larry Sabato joins MSNBC's 'MTP Daily' with host Chuck Todd to discuss the Republicans struggling in states Trump won in 2016. Sabato said Trump is in trouble in the Midwest, a part of the country where he did well in 2016, and it "seems to be flipping" in the midterm year. He said the states he carried, it appears, to elect Democratic Senators. "Even if the Republicans hold the Senate given the very pro-Republican math that exists, President Trump is in trouble in some of these states," Sabato said. "He's fallen considerably as...
  • Republicans don’t care what you think

    10/07/2018 10:35:25 AM PDT · by Sir Napsalot · 86 replies
    Vox ^ | 10-6-2018 | Dylan Scott
    Republicans lost the argument, but they ultimately had the votes.Forty-nine Senate Republicans and one Democrat just confirmed Brett Kavanaugh to the United State Supreme Court. No allegations, no protesters, no public opinion poll showing Brett Kavanaugh is the most unpopular person to be elevated to the nation’s highest court in recent history was going to stop them. To the senators who confirmed him, it did not matter that Christine Blasey Ford testified for four hours under oath and told the Senate Judiciary Committee that she was “100 percent” certain Brett Kavanaugh was the boy who pulled her into a room...
  • Half of Trump Voters Think Women’s Harassment Claims ‘Often Cause More Problems Than They Solve’

    09/23/2018 1:46:38 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 8 replies
    Brinkwire ^ | September 23, 2018
    A fair number of people who voted for President Donald Trump—just about half—think that women who complain about harassment often create more problems instead of solving anything, according to a new poll released this week. The survey from YouGov/The Economist asked respondents whether they agreed with this statement: “Women who complain about harassment often cause more problems than they solve.” Among Trump voters, 14 percent said they strongly agreed, while 34 percent agreed somewhat—meaning that overall, 48 percent agreed with the statement to some degree. Forty percent of Trump voters disagreed, to some degree, that “women who complain about harassment...
  • Florida Governor Gillum (D) 48%, DeSantis (R) 42%

    09/15/2018 4:42:34 PM PDT · by entropy12 · 191 replies
    Rassmussen ^ | 09/11/18 Poll | Rasmussen
    Friday, September 14, 2018 Democrat Andrew Gillum holds a six-point lead over Republican Ron DeSantis in the race to be Florida’s next governor. The first Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey of the race finds that Gillum earns 48% support to DeSantis’ 42% among Likely Florida Voters. Two percent (2%) prefer some other candidate, and eight percent (8%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.) Among voters who say they are certain to vote in the upcoming election, Gillum leads 49% to 44%.
  • Polls Are Just More Media Propaganda

    09/06/2018 2:17:24 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 9 replies
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | September 6, 2018 | Brian C. Joondeph
    Election season is upon us again, two years after one of the wildest roller coaster political campaigns in recent memory. This time it’s Congress on the ballot, not Donald Trump versus Hillary Clinton. Yet President Trump is still on the ballot – his agenda, his policies, his future. If Democrats win the House, we can expect Trump’s economic plans to be put on hold. Aside from the unlikely prospect of impeachment, Democrats will use every congressional committee under their control to investigate the president and his officials. Endless hearings, subpoenas and media coverage will have the Trump administration spending every...
  • Nearly a third of Americans say Trump acted illegally during the 2016 campaign

    09/06/2018 10:09:11 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 78 replies
    CNN Politics ^ | September 6, 2018 | Grace Sparks
    Three-in-10 Americans say they believe that President Donald Trump did something illegal regarding Russian involvement with his presidential campaign and 31% say he did something illegal regarding payments to two women to keep them from publicizing their alleged affairs before the 2016 election according to a new poll out by Gallup. A quarter of people say President Trump did something unethical when it comes to Russian meddling in the election. While those who believe he has done something illegal increased since August 2017 (up four percentage points), those who say he's done something unethical has gone down by 10 percentage...
  • 'Deaths of despair' in rural America helped Trump win presidency, study finds

    09/05/2018 8:12:34 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 27 replies
    CNBC Politics ^ | September 4, 2018 | Emma Newburger
    Ever since Donald Trump's improbable political rise, many have attributed his appeal among the white, male voter base to economic anxiety. Faced with unemployment and wage stagnation, these voters elected a president who promised to fight for jobs. A study published on Wednesday in the Journal of General Internal Medicine offers an additional explanation: declining health and rising death rates in rural Republican bastions helped tilt the presidential election toward Trump. "Changes in life expectancy were an independent factor in voting choices. Reduced health prospects are an important marker of dissatisfaction, discouragement, hopelessness, and fear — sentiments that may have...