The following article, New Poll Says Swing-State Voters Are Headed Trump’s Direction, Though The Migration Is Slow Going, was first published on Flag And Cross.
A brand new poll just recently published says that voters in swing-states are slowly, but surely moving toward supporting President Donald Trump in the upcoming 2020 election to be held in November.
The survey was conducted by CNBC/Change Research, who found that fewer likely voters in states like Wisconsin, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Florida, and Arizona stated they have “very serious” concerns about COVID-19, down three percentage points from 69 percent in a poll that was taken two weeks earlier, which is translating to a boost in numbers for Trump.
Here’s more from The Washington Examiner:
Biden still leads Trump in every swing state except North Carolina, where the two candidates are in a virtual tie, with 48% and 47% support, respectively. Biden’s largest lead is 6 percentage points in Michigan, where he earns 50% support. In Arizona, Biden leads by 2 percentage points at 49% support. Trump trails the former vice president by 3 percentage points in Florida at 46% support.
That same margin was also seen in Pennsylvania, where Biden earns 49% support and Trump receives 46%. In Wisconsin, Biden enjoys a 5-point lead at 49% support. Across all six states, Biden leads Trump by a 3-point margin, 49% to 46%.
The survey interviewed 4,904 people from Aug. 21 to Aug. 23 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 1.4 points.
There’s little doubt that the chaos erupting in Portland and Kenosha are having a very negative impact on the plans of the Democratic Party to totally strip Trump of the White House in November. It seems highly likely that a silent majority are going to make their voices heard come election time and express their frustration with the failure of Democratic leadership by voting these folks out of office and ensuring that Trump has four more years in the White House.