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Republicans and Independents Solidifying Behind Trump

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Democratic candidate Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump by a 53-43 percent margin, in a Fox News national survey of likely voters conducted after a combative debate and the president testing positive for coronavirus. Biden’s 10-point advantage is up from a 5-point lead last month. 

 

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7 hours ago, Cliff Huxtable said:

Democratic candidate Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump by a 53-43 percent margin, in a Fox News national survey of likely voters conducted after a combative debate and the president testing positive for coronavirus. Biden’s 10-point advantage is up from a 5-point lead last month. 

 

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Yep, and Hillary had a 95% chance of winning in 2016.  I will never trust so-called polling data again.  Well okay, maybe I will but not until pollsters stop hanging up on me when I don’t give them the answers they are looking for. 

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I turned to my wife during the debate and asked her, "would you be comfortable with her as POTUS?" when Harris was smirking.  My wife said, "OMG no!".  Any rational person with even a smattering of knowledge about Harris' past should be abhorred by the prospect of Harris being that close to the top.

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Gallup Poll: all time record for an incumbent president.

56% of Americans say they are better off under Trump.

 

This blows away every other incumbent potus better-off poll.

9 points higher than Obama.

12 points higher than Reagan.

 

Unheard of.

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Zogby

 

Biden Leads Trump 49%-47%; New John Zogby Strategies/EMI Research Solutions Poll Taken After President Checks Into Walter Reed

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