Are Post Convention Polls Being Hidden?

A few days ago Rasmussen blew the whistle on major U.S polls not being published because they make President Donald Trump look good and Joe Biden look bad.

A few days later they followed up wondering where many of these polls still were.

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A day later there have been no new updates.

Finally, we got one poll from Emerson on August 31st:

The Emerson poll found President Trump had his highest approval rating this poll had ever recorded for him.

Emerson:

For the first time since he’s taken office, Trump’s job approval rating is approaching a majority, at 49% approval and 47% disapproval. This is a jump of four points since July, where Trump had 45% approval and 51% disapproval.

It also found that he had gained support from 2016 among black voters:


As of Septemeber 1st, we are still yet to see these polls come out:

So, the question becomes what is being hidden?

We know that the RNC Convention was widely successful.

The RNC outraised Democrats by $6 million.

The RNC Convention was watched by 25 million more people.

It is also important to point out that Democrats have begun changing their strategy since the conventions.

In the beginning, they were claiming that the riots were peaceful.

They have since changed tactics now blaming the riots on President Trump.

Why do this if your internal polls are still showing you doing well?

Of course, you wouldn’t.

Liberal talk show host Bill Maher expressed that he is worried about Trump being re-elected after the RNC convention.

 

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