We are only a few months away from a decisive election cycle. Voters will flock to the polls to issue a referendum on the Biden administration. If they approve of what Biden’s done, they will gladly elect or re-elect his allies. But if they are totally outraged and disgusted by this pathetic “president’s” failures, they will flood the polls and elect his rivals.
Guess which way the wind is blowing?
Democrats continue to ignore the many problems facing our nation. Instead, they are obsessed with gender pronouns, giving away our money, and shutting down our economy. Meanwhile, they waste time and tax dollars on a “Commission” designed to frame Donald Trump over the Capitol riot.
But they will have a meltdown after seeing this poll.
Former President Donald Trump is the most popular politician in the United States, according to a poll released Friday by Harvard CAPS Harris.
More than a quarter of registered voters said they viewed Trump very favorably, meaning that 42% of registered voters have “Favorable” or “Very favorable” views of the former president…
Former Vice President Mike Pence came in third with 39% of those polled stating that they had a positive view…
Looking toward the 2024 presidential elections, Trump beat President Biden and Harris In hypothetical races.
Possible GOP presidential candidate Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis may have a difficult time beating Harris, as the hypothetical matchup shows her ahead by 2%. [Source: Just the News]
A new poll from Harvard reveals Trump is the most popular politician in America, beating every Democrat listed. Keep in mind that Trump hasn’t even been in power for over a year and every Democrat listed is (including Bernie Sanders, Nancy Pelosi, AOC, and Joe Biden).
This is very bad news for Democrats, who are spending most of their time attacking Trump instead of winning over voters. But this poll only confirms what we’ve been seeing during the primaries. Trump’s endorsements continue to win again and again. His track record is unmatched, with over 100 candidates winning their primaries.
Democrats are terrified over what this means for the midterms. They can’t make it about Trump, because he’s not on the ballot. But Trump can weigh in with endorsements whenever he wants, knowing it will inspire and motivate voters.
Democrats are in a lose-lose situation. But instead of actually working to fix their own mistakes, they are running headlong into a major loss.
Not that I feel bad for them.
Author: Jim Stone