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Donald Trump would beat Biden in presidential rematch


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Donald Trump would beat Biden in presidential rematch

Donald Trump would beat Joe Biden if their electoral match-up was repeated today, according to a new poll that comes as the president’s approval rating continues to tank in the wake of the country’s chaotic and deadly withdrawal from Afghanistan.

A plurality of 47 percent of voters would favor Trump in a hypothetical re-run of last year’s election, according to an Emerson College survey released Friday. Just 46 percent of those polled backed Biden, with 6 percent saying they would seek out another candidate.

And nearly four out of ten Democrats in the Emerson survey — 39 percent — are ready to bail on Biden, saying they want someone else to be the party’s standard-bearer in 2024.

Meanwhile, Trump remains the heavy favorite among Republicans, with 67 percent of them in his corner if he vies for the GOP nomination again.

The national poll of 1,200 registered voters was conducted between Aug. 30 and Sept. 1 — before Friday’s miserable jobs numbers sparked new doubts about Biden’s handling of the economy.

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Democrats have made it so TDS scammers have over a month to harvest ballots and sign them with illegal votes, so Trump would lose again to anyone, even a purple gnome. If voting was secure there would be millions of fewer votes, proving the fraud they commit is real.

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8 minutes ago, MovieMadness said:

Donald Trump would beat Biden in presidential rematch

Meanwhile, Trump remains the heavy favorite among Republicans, with 67 percent of them in his corner if he vies for the GOP nomination again.

The national poll of 1,200 registered voters was conducted between Aug. 30 and Sept. 1 — before Friday’s miserable jobs numbers sparked new doubts about Biden’s handling of the economy.

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But when you consider that non-Trump voters have left the party, or at least will not vote for Trump even if they do vote GOP down ballot (which is a more plausible explanation for party gains in the House while trump lost in 20) - 67% will get him the nomination in 24, but not the oval. 

Also unless that poll is taking EC allocation into account, we can't say it means trump would be elected over Biden. 

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4 hours ago, Sepiatone said:

Well, seeing as to how "The Donald" seems to know all about how an election can get stolen, he might try stealing it back.  ;) 

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He might try!?!  Donald Trump HAS  BEEN TRYING to  steal back the election since he lost it by a record 8 Million-plus votes in November!!

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Well.. You Know What; Bogey?..

 

    Ya Just Might Be Right. And i'll Tell Ya Why Ya Just Might Be Right (Albeit As Deranged as a penguin in a coal mine.).

          Cause dont **** has this Obscenely Long Wagon Train of.. .... Well, This Might Send Sensors into a feeding frenzy but (polotical) pimps and Derriere Kisses.. (Look No Further, Nor Farther Than Texas and the Sunshine State.).

         Yes.. One Would Hope the Populous By and Large would have their head(s) screwed on Straight. .. But Nothing Is A Given.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Im Still Waiting On This Evidence and Proof that DumDum WON. And That (or more ap pro po, WHY) Folk Like Yourself Think Hes Jesus Christ. 

 

          Hes Demented.

Please. Prove Me Otherwise. Im (Still) Waiting.

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