(NBC) “Only 27 percent of Americans believe Trump has taken the risk of contracting the coronavirus seriously enough according to the poll, while 72 percent say he did not take the risks seriously. A similar amount, 72 percent, say Trump did not take appropriate precautions regarding his personal health.”
(NBC News) The Democratic nominee is now ahead of Trump by 14 points among registered voters, 53 percent to 39 percent — up from his 8-point lead in the previous poll before the debate.
“Gallup reported that 56% of Americans believe the president will win in November. Only 40% said the same for Biden. In total, 90% of Republicans and 56% of independents predicted a Trump victory, compared to just 24% of Democrats.” Fox News
The GOP and Donald Trump are pushing a conservative nominee for the Supreme Court of The United States. They are doing so at their great peril because the push may have negative impact on the GOP in November (and currently because voting is ongoing). It appears voters are decidedly against Trump and the GOP on filling Ginsburg’s seat now.
The message: wait!
Door to door campaigning is a staple of American politics. From President to City Council, voters can expect a visit from canvassers pushing their candidate. That is changing.
Polling shows Trump is losing ground among white voters who supported him in 2016. However, there is an interesting point about polling and what white voters might do. That insteresting point relates to Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
(Politico) It’s possible that the focus on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s replacement will help Trump, reminding voters who have drifted away from him what they cared about in 2016. Four years ago, one in five voters — many of them white, social conservatives — said Supreme Court appointments were the most important factor in their vote.
The question is will the Ginsburg “issue” be enough to make up the ground Trump is losing when it comes to the election?
Right now, Trump is still losing white voter support. The loss appears to be significant. Without this support Trump will lose.
Read ‘It’s a big, big swing’: Trump loses ground with white voters
Harrison and Graham are in a virtual tie at 48%. However, Harrison, a Democrat, is raising significant money. This race is one that may go bad for the GOP.
(Business Insider) "’When should the United States Senate vote to confirm a new Justice to the Supreme Court to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg?’ Among the registered voters:
Micheal Moore is saying that 2016 could happen again-Trump wins.
In a recent Facebook post Moore says Trump's enthusiasm factor is off the charts. Here is a Business Insider report on Moore's Facebook post on the 2020 election.
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