Focus Group Finds Women Voters Prefer Trump’s Personality To Elizabeth Warren’s

Liberals love Elizabeth Warren, but if she gets the Democrat nomination, they’re going to be fighting an uphill battle.

It turns out lots of women prefer Trump’s personality to Warren’s naggy demeanor.

American Thinker reports:

Trump’s personality much better than Elizabeth Warren’s to female voters, focus group finds

Up until now, we have always heard about how President Trump’s tweeting would be the death of him with suburban female voters. His style was what turned female voters off; his dreadful boorish personality was his problem. He needed to drop the tweets. The ladies were offended…


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They point to this article from Axios:

In a small, all-women focus group, some participants suggested President Trump would win on personality if the contest was between him and Warren — and that their doubts about her aren’t based on substance.

– These were the main takeaways from our Engagious/FPG focus group last week, which included 7 women who flipped from Barack Obama in 2012 to Trump in 2016, and 2 who switched from Mitt Romney to Hillary Clinton.

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– While a focus group is not a statistically significant sample like a poll, these responses show how some voters are thinking and talking about the 2020 election in crucial counties

More from American Thinker:

Female voters may find Trump boorish, but they sure as heck don’t like a hectoring, lecturing granny coming at them, sanctimoniously and earnestly preaching political correctness at them. They don’t like piety, they don’t like humorlessness, they don’t like someone who thinks she’s smarter than they are, and they sure as heck don’t like phonies. None of those things describes President Trump, but they sure as heck describe Elizabeth Warren.

If Warren had more of the Margaret Thatcher thing going on, including Thatcher’s ideas, as well as Thatcher’s genuineness, Thatcher’s frankness, and Thatcher’s quick-wittedness, I’d argue there would be no problem for these female voters. There sure as heck wasn’t with comparable British female voters. They prefer a straightforward doer with a sense of humor over a pie-in-the-sky lecturer, which is what Warren’s personality amounts to.

Democrats vastly overestimate Warren’s appeal on a national stage.


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