Trump Surge is on, all aboard
Just a week after Trump put an exclamation point on the Republican nomination and became the presumptive nominee, his numbers against Hillary are rising.
Trump Surges against Clinton! Consolidation is happening at a faster pace than was predicted by most pundits. What’s new? The pundits are wrong most of the time anyway, but they are catching on and starting to accept Donald as a man that knows what he’s talking about and that his support is not phony and contrived, it’s real and it runs deep.
Trump Surges, Voters now flocking to Trump include Independents, Democrats, Blacks, Hispanics, and first time voters are flocking to the Trump Train. We need someone who will rebuild the United States, not tear it down. We need a man who is not afraid, who is determined, a man who treats everyone the same. Yes political correctness has gone too far, and is stifling our free speech. Donald has already dealt PC a death blow, and America is better for it. Our first win is in the books before Donald even takes office. Trump will win, win, win, until we get tired of it, sounds like a boast he intends to make come true.
All along Donald Trump has told us he would win with Hispanics. You could hear Washington punits chucking it up all the way down here in Georgia. Did you see the latest OAN poll? In their first National Survey this cycle Trump leads with Hispanics 55% to 45%. Well they’re not laughing now.
Just one day after a Quinnipiac poll recently showed that the presidential race was tightening, and all persuasions are flocking to TRUMP, in several states that are considered to be critical “swing states,” a new poll has been released showing a huge shift in support toward Donald Trump and away from Democrat front-runner Hillary Clinton.
The new national poll, conducted by Reuters-Ipsos, showed Trump Surges and is not far behind Clinton… in fact, it showed the two in a statistical tie for the potential Nov. 8 matchup.
According to the poll: “In the most recent survey, 41 percent of likely voters supported Clinton, the Democratic front-runner, and 40 percent backed Trump, with 19 percent not decided on either yet, according to the online poll of 1,289 people conducted from Friday to Tuesday. The poll had a credibility interval of about 3 percentage points.”
These results have to have liberals shaking in their boots, as Trump surges.