Millions of Americans are flocking to the polls. There might be more people voting this year than we’ve ever seen.
And the many polls produced by the mainstream media will be put to the test. Do these pollsters actually know what’s going on—or are they are just suppression workers for the left?
Here is what we know so far. From the Daily Caller:
Over 100 million Americans have already voted, and some forecasters have predicted that the final total could surpass 160 million. Just under 130 million Americans voted in 2016, poll results reported by the New York Times show.
The Daily Wire is revealing which states matter the most:
This year, there are realistically only 12 true battleground states: 1) Arizona, 2) Georgia, 3) Florida, 4) Iowa, 5) Michigan, 6) Minnesota, 7) Nevada, 8) North Carolina, 9) Ohio, 10) Pennsylvania, 11) Texas and 12) Wisconsin. Of those, Trump must win Texas and likely Florida to have any chance.
Along with those states, Trump needs another five to gain enough electoral votes to win re-election.
Most national polls give Biden a lead in the popular vote, but one right before ED is saying otherwise. And it includes some eye-opening swing state numbers. It comes from the Democracy Institute:
The survey of voters by the US President’s favourite pollsters gives him 48 percent ahead of his rival Joe Biden on 47 percent.
In the last days of the campaign the Democrat former vice president who has been dogged by corruption allegations surrounding his son Hunter which have, according to the poll, cut through with the electorate.
Significantly, the President has, according to the latest findings, maintained a four point lead of 49 percent to 45 percent in the key swing states including Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
It seems that, now that the election is upon us, the polls that are doing a better job at showing Trump has a very good chance. He has a clear path to victory, especially in states that he won in 2016.
A Biden landslide seems unlikely, although other earlier polls seemed to argue for that. Instead, we’re more likely to get a close race decided by a few key states.
And this appears to mirror what we’ve been seeing from all the rallies, parades, and events. Enthusiasm for Trump just might usher him into a second term.
What about you? Have you gotten to the polls yet?
Who do you think will win: Joe Biden or Donald Trump?
- New polls have come out that paint a clear picture of the election results.
- Some give Trump a slim margin over Biden, with swing states giving him a wider margin of victory.
- Nearly 100 million Americans already voted, with many more to vote today.