NY Times: Many People In Battleground States Who Voted Dem In 2018 Are Backing Trump In 2020

Trump has a major advantage in the 2020 election.

Even some of the people who voted for Democrats in the 2018 election are planning to vote for Trump in 2020.

That’s what the New York Times recently discovered.

From the Daily Wire:

New York Times: ‘Swing State’ Voters Who Went Dem In 2018 Are Swinging Back. To Trump.

The New York Times/Siena College partnership keeps producing terrible news for the 2020 Democratic contenders. This time, on the heels of a poll that showed only former Vice President Joe Biden giving President Donald Trump a challenge in battleground states, the NYT’s Upshot discovered that swing state voters who “swung” to Democrats in 2018 plan to swing back to Trump.

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“Nearly two-thirds of voters in six battleground states who voted for President Trump in 2016 — but for Democratic congressional candidates in 2018 — say they intend to back the president against each of his top rivals, according to recent polling,” the NYT said Wednesday.

Those “battleground states” include Michigan and Wisconsin, two states key to Democrats’ electoral success in 2020, and two states that elected a number of Democrats in the 2018 mid-terms, helping the Dems reclaim control of the House of Representatives. Both Wisconsin and Michigan were considered major 2018 losses for Republicans, who couldn’t hold on to the governor’s office in either state, though both legislatures remain fairly evenly split.

Here’s a link to the NY Times story if you want to read it:

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Many of these swing state voters elected Democrats to do something and instead they have just joined the anti-Trump circus.

The Washington Examiner explains:

‘Go make some laws’: Swing state voters see impeachment as pointless, Trump group finds

Swing voters in battleground states are skeptical about impeachment, questioning why so much time and money is being spent on a long shot effort to unseat the president, according to focus group discussions conducted for a pro-Trump group.

The research for America First Policies is being used to develop the best messaging to push back against Democrats. On Tuesday, the process produced a flurry of emails, tweets, and events designed to showcase the president’s economic agenda…

“You are Congress. Go make some laws. Go do something that is going to benefit the people,” she said. “But don’t waste taxpayer dollars so that you can prove a political point, which is that you don’t like Donald Trump, he’s exposed the way politicians work, and you are mad about it.”

If Democrats ignore these words, they do so at their own peril.


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