Donald Trump saw one poll that changed everything about 2020
The Presidential campaign is in full swing.
21 Democrats are running for President and the fake news media thinks a number of them could defeat Donald Trump.
But then, President Trump saw this one poll that changed everything about 2020.
Democrats won the midterm elections because their voters were more fired up to turnout.
Polls consistently showed the Democrats with a double digit lead on the questions of which party’s voters were more enthusiastic to show up at the polls in the midterm election.
But now that’s all gone.
A bombshell NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll found Republicans held a slight lead on the enthusiasm question.
NBC News reports:
Democrats had two advantages that fueled their midterm victories in November 2018 — an edge in enthusiasm and success with independent voters.
Six months later, just one of those advantages remains.
In the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, 75 percent of Republican registered voters say they have high interest in the 2020 presidential election — registering a “9” or “10” on a 10-point scale — versus 73 percent of Democratic voters who say the same thing.
That’s quite a change from the 2018 cycle, when Democrats held a double-digit lead on this question until the last two months before the election, when the GOP closed the gap but still trailed the Dems in enthusiasm.
Elections are not “contests of ideas.”
They are battles of mobilization.
If Republicans and Republican-leaning independents are more fired up to turn out than Democrats in 2020, then Trump will win re-election.