REPORT: Swing State Voters Approve Of Trump’s Handling Of Coronavirus Crisis

Trump has been extremely active throughout the Coronavirus crisis, holding daily press briefings and constant communications with all the various states.

On the political side, the good news for the president is that swing state voters approve of the job he has been doing.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Swing voters approve of Trump’s virus effort, 75% want end of China reliance

The nation’s focus during the coronavirus on its economic reliance on China has prompted a big majority of swing state voters to back a “Made in the USA” agenda as they turn from worrying about their health to switching the economy back on, according to a new survey.

Some 75% told Heritage Action for America’s new Project 2020 that they want manufacturing returned to America, as President Trump has often called for. Said the group, swing voters “support bringing manufacturing back home to end our reliance on Chinese and foreign factories for essential supplies such as masks and medication.”

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In the survey of over 8,000 swing and “persuadable” voters in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, North Carolina, and Iowa provided to Secrets this morning, 63% said that they approve of Trump’s handling of the crisis. Just 21% disapproved.

And they appear to support his gradual shift from focusing on fighting the virus to also reopening the economy, as well as a reliance more on businesses than Washington to lead the way.

“Swing voters are concerned about the impact of the coronavirus and generally approve of Trump’s handling of the crisis.

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And of course, Trump is always communicating with the American people through Twitter.

He is well positioned to win reelection in November, especially if swing state voters approve.


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