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All Right There Everyone President Trumps Approval
ratings are surging there’s really no way around that Rasmussen has him today at 50% approval as five points higher than where Obama was at this point in his presidency, Trump has been consistently rising and approval ironically ever since his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, which everyone thought was just going to tank his poll numbers right, but thus far we have yet to see that everything appears to point in the direction that Americans generally approve of Trump including the summit and so his numbers continue to go up and what’s so fascinating. Here is that Trump’s numbers are going up among independents, women Hispanics and blacks. In other words, Trump is gaining outside his base faster than he’s gaining within his base. Dick Morris has some excellent analysis on the significance of these numbers. We know that Trump’s solid.
Base Is Male And High School Educated Predominantly,
but if we look at the period of time between October of last year to the end of July of this year. We find that Trump’s approval rating has gained five points among men, but he’s actually gained 23 points among women so In other words, he’s gaining outside his base faster and greater than within his base. The base, it’s already solidly behind him and then when you factor in education. Trump has gone up seven points among high school grads, but he’s gone up sixteen points among college grads. So again.
Were Seeing A Faster Gain Outside His Base.
Then within and then. There are also the Millennials which we’ve done videos on we’ve seen leaving the Democratic Party in droves. Trump has gained 30 points among Millennials in that period of time between October 2017 in just a week. or so ago? In other words, he’s gaining more among women.
Hes Gaining More Among College Grads And Hes
gaining more among Millennials than his his core voter as it were so the point here is that Trump space is growing. He’s not just intensifying his support that he already has from his demographics that voted for him. He certainly is doing that, but he’s actually increasing his support among traditionally Democratic voters we’re seeing this particularly with Hispanics. This is fascinating a recent harvest poll released just the other day recorded a 10–point spike in Hispanic support for President Trump again. This is coming in the midst of the whole controversy surrounding the separation children from their parents at the border again.
Everybodys Expecting A Significant Dip In Support Among
Latinos, but not so remember. Trump defined expectations by getting over 30% of the Hispanic vote back in 2016. These numbers continue to rise that may well be over 40% perhaps as high as even 50% in 2020 already we’re seeing the effects of this for the midterms Rick Scott, who’s the former governor of Florida. He’s running for the Senate and he’s getting the majority of Hispanic support over his Democratic opponent. So it appears that we are seeing something of a trump affect hitting the midterms now as well, which is of course a great sign Historically speak I’m sure some of you know this historically speaking presidents who have a 50% job approval rating at the time if midterm elections are much less likely to see their party suffer seat losses than are those with sub 50% approval ratings.
Some Analysts Have It Around Forty-Five Percent Approval
mark. Regardless it’s it’s obviously around that 45-50 percent approval means historically that the president’s party is. Just not going to lose that many seats in the midterm. So since 1946 when presidents were above the 50% approval mark their party loses an average about 14 seats in Congress in the House and in particular in the midterm elections, which is rather negligible given the gops majority right now, but when the president is below 45 or 50 percent. This is where the the average loss is around 36 seats double.
The Loss That The President Is
around the 50% mark. So obviously these approval ratings are very very good news for the Republicans heading into the midterms, but there’s another factor here that’s also very interesting and that involves a Democrats opposition to the president. ‘s tax cuts that are clearly being seen as the reason for the booming economy and probably the reason for his great poll numbers. There seems to be no question that the booming economy is working solidly In President Trump’s favor the figures release this past week, revealing a four point one percent economic growth. It’s just simply stunning I mean there’s those are stunning numbers we haven’t seen anything like this in decades and Trump is getting the credit for it as he should the tax cuts the slashing of regulations.
The Economic Nationalism Thats Brought Back Tens Of
thousands of manufacturing hundreds of thousands of manufacturing jobs that we were told by Republicans were gone forever and that’s of course whatever globalist says those manufacturing industrial jobs they’re gone forever they’re just not coming back well under President Trump they didn’t just come back they they exploded we’re going we’re going through nothing less an industrial boom with over 200,000 manufacturing jobs creating the United States in just one year alone. So. In fact, manufacturing unemployment is currently under 3%, which is the lowest ever recorded. You see that that’s why Wisconsin Iowa, Michigan and Pennsylvania went Trump that’s why they voted for a Republican for the first time since the 1980s.
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They Believed That Trump Was Committed To
bringing those jobs back away from this global division of labor that ships the jobs overseas and he has done so but what Dick Moore says in terms of the ramifications of this economic boom for the midterm elections and I think I think he’s very astute here Not a single Democrat voted for Trump’s tax cuts not a single one and by the way how’s that for your supposed conservative Democrats in Missouri in West Virginia H not a single Democrat voted for Trump’s tax cuts and deregulations that have unleashed this unprecedented economic growth. So you have the problem for the Dems going into the midterms that they didn’t support this but more than that. They’re prompt the Dems are promising to repeal the tax cuts if they become a majority. So here you have a mass economic boom that’s clearly contributing to Trump’s rising poll numbers even among demographic groups outside of his base and then you have Democrats running on records that stood opposed to the tax cuts that are seen as having caused the boom and then they’re promising to repeal them when they get into office.
So Morris Thinks That This Economic
news for the second quarter is going to be used by Trump and the Republicans to just pummel. The Democrats with so we’ll certainly be keeping our eyes on that but there’s a little bit of strategy. There there’s no question as Trump’s approval ratings continue to rise, so will the overall approval of Republicans running in the midterms and given that not a single Democrat voted for the tax cuts that helped generate this economy and given that nobody is watching UK or reading the New York slimes anymore, there seems to be little that left-wing Liberal globalists can do about it as always please like comment and subscribe click on our patreon link below and become a monthly support of this channel would help us to continue to analyze current events in light of conservative trends so that you can personally and professionally flourish God bless.
President Trump’s approval ratings are surging there’s really no way around that Rasmussen has him today at 50% approval as five points higher than where Obama was at this point in his presidency, Trump has been consistently rising and approval ironically ever since his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, which everyone thought was just going to tank his poll numbers right, but thus far we have yet to see that everything appears to point in the direction that Americans generally approve of Trump including the summit and so his numbers continue to go up and what’s so fascinating is that Trump’s numbers are going up among independents, women Hispanics and blacks . In other words, Trump is gaining outside his base faster than he’s gaining within his base . Trump has gained 30 points among Millennials in that period of time between October 2017 in just a week and July of this year? Dick Morris has some excellent analysis on the significance of these numbers. Trump has gone up seven points among high school grads, but he’s gone up sixteen points among college grads…. Click here to read more and watch the full video