Trump was jumping for joy after getting the poll results he has been waiting for

For President Trump, mainstream media polls don’t usually lean in his favor.

Going into the 2016 election, virtually every poll showed he had zero chance at victory.

But that is changing, and Trump was jumping for joy after getting the poll results he has been waiting for.

While Democrats are worrying about who will challenge Trump in 2020, the President is thinking ahead to the general election.

Trump knows that no matter who he faces, election day will be the deciding moment of his campaign.

He will find out whether or not the American people still stand with his agenda.

And a new poll shows he has a very good chance of winning.

The NPR poll shows 46 percent of Americans believe Trump will be re-elected, while only 37 percent believe the same for the Democrats.

Breitbart News reports:

National Public Radio (NPR) led the reporting on its poll with PBS Newshour and Marist on the 2020 election with presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) being on the rise among the 20 candidates who want to challenge President Donald Trump.

But the very last line of the NPR report shows that it may not matter who wins the Democratic nomination, with 46 percent of respondents saying Trump will be reelected compared to 37 percent who think a Democrat will win.

The poll also shows that 49 percent of independents believe Trump will win a second term compared to 32 percent of independents who think he will not.

The poll also shows that just five percent of Republicans think Trump will lose, while 11 percent of Democrats think the same. Fourteen percent said they aren’t sure who will be victorious in 2020.

This is huge news for Trump, who is currently preparing for the 2020 election.

Meanwhile, Democrat candidates are sniping at each other in debates and spending all their time and treasure focusing on the furthest Left wing of the party.

When it comes time for the general election, it will be difficult for them to campaign to middle America.

But Democrats will still go all out and drop unheard-of amounts of money to destroy President Trump and his “America First” agenda.

So while this early polling is good news for Trump, there is still a long way to go.

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71 Responses

  1. Patriot says:

    J C I hope that poor 12 year old girl he molested has been tested .

  2. Rose says:

    No, Obama tripled the national debt in the first six months of his presidency. Add to that all the money he gave to Iran, Fast and Furious, Benghazi, selling our uranium to Russia, bowing to muslim leaders, apologizing for our country’s actions and my personal favorite, becoming a multi-millionaire during his tenor and after.

  3. Tom says:

    Show’s how much respect you have for yourself, Jonathan!! Pretty sad thing to say!! Take a good look in the mirror, T. T.

  4. Will T says:

    JD, according to the OMB it was $19.57 trillion in 2016, Obama’s last year in office, and is currently $22 billion. Obama doubled the debt left from ALL previous presidents, and the less than 1.5 billion Trump has added will be covered by the improved economy created by the tax cuts ACROSS THE BOARD that you lefties keep lying about. Any more lies you need refuted? You’re welcome.

  5. Will T says:

    3 million? That would just about cover the duplicate and unqualified names found on the voter rolls in California. Add in the illegal votes, and the same from Chiraq and NYC, and Trump actually won the popular vote by a large margin.

  6. Jonathan Conover says:

    I don’t know that 3 million more votes is a landslide but it definitely qualifies as an ass whuppin.

  7. Jonathan Conover says:

    If everyone was on the same team it wouldn’t be any fun now would it??

  8. Will Triebel says:

    Yep. With Don Jr. for 2024, Ivanka 2032, and by 2040 Barron will be old enough.

  9. Ted says:

    Jonathan, you are an asshole. But after all, you are a democrat. No surprise there. Ha Ha Ha Ha, you will lose AGAIN in 2020.

  10. Ken Marx says:

    My observation during the past 40 years or so is that the best position for the Republican to be in just before an election is between one and five points behind the Democrat in the polls. When that happens, the Republican wins the actual poll (the election) nearly every time.

  11. sharr says:

    you have a very bad case of hate.

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