Mike Pence Says Polling In America Is Broken During Interview – Talks About The Silent Majority (AUDIO)

Vice President Mike Pence recently did an interview with Breitbart News and suggested that polling in America is broken.

He has a point. The polling in 2016 was way off and it looks like the same mistakes are being made this year.

Plus, a recent survey suggested that two-thirds of Americans are afraid to share their political beliefs.

Breitbart provides details of the interview:

Exclusive: Mike Pence Tells ‘Silent Majority’ to ‘Let Your Voice Be Heard’ — ‘Polling Is Broken’

Vice President Mike Pence said “polling America is broken” while addressing a “silent majority” of Americans he estimated would support President Donald Trump in November’s presidential election, offering his remarks on Tuesday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow.

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Marlow asked the vice president: “Let’s talk about the concept of the Silent Majority… What do you say to those people who are out there who are skeptical that one exists?”

Pence remarked, “The traveling that I have a chance to do as vice president, Alex, the silent majority doesn’t look very silent to me. I was in Pennsylvania for that Cops for Trump [rally] last week, we had hundreds of people in a parking lot in downtown of a small town, a great area of Pennsylvania, and there were just as many people on the streets as we rolled into town waving signs and [giving] thumbs up, and I just sense a great deal of enthusiasm out there.”

You can listen to the interview below:

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The Silent Majority is real.

Just be sure to vote.


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