Closing In On The Election

Just mere weeks from all of us heading to the polls if we can still vote that is……some news sources are telling me that Biden has a huge lead….something I do not necessarily believe….they also said that Clinton had that lead in 2016….and look what we got for having that lead.

Then there are those Trump sucking sites that would have us believe that the race is closer than most of MSM would have us believe.

Then Gallup has a poll that thinks most Americans think Trump will win re-election…..

The good news for President Trump: His job approval has hit its highest point since May, Gallup reported on Thursday.

The bad news: His approval rating is 46%, while his disapproval rating is 52%. 

But the latest Gallup poll included one fascinating finding.

“Regardless of whom they personally support, 56% of Americans expect Trump to prevail over Biden in the November election, while 40% think Biden will win,” wrote Megan Brenan in an article released by the polling firm. “Although majorities of partisans think their party’s candidate will win, Republicans are more likely to believe Trump will win (90%) than Democrats are to think Biden will (73%). Fifty-six percent of independents predict that Trump will win.”

I personally like the analytics that the site gives us when they look at the election… for all those hard supporters of Biden need to keep their eyes on the Electoral College…..why?

Even if you’re not following the polls super closely like those of us at FiveThirtyEight, you probably know that Joe Biden has both a sizable and fairly stable lead over President Trump.

However, you shouldn’t count Trump out just yet. Trump currently has a nearly 1 in 4 shot of winning the election,1 according to our presidential forecast, even though he only has a 1 in 10 chance of winning the national popular vote.

That’s, of course, due to the Electoral College, in which Trump has an edge this year.

Historically, which party enjoys an advantage in the Electoral College ebbs and flows; sometimes the Democrats benefit from it; at other times, the Republicans. But in 2020, the Electoral College is clearly boosting Trump’s odds of winning reelection.

That’s because the states that are most likely to decide the contest are somewhat more Republican-leaning than the country as a whole, as the table below shows.

Trump Is An Underdog, But The Electoral College’s Republican Tilt Improves His Chances

Do not take for granted the BS spread by the MSM… be certain of a Trump defeat you must vote……

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6 thoughts on “Closing In On The Election

  1. The BBC announced earlier that Trump is ‘very low’ in the polls, and Biden is sure to win. That reminded me of what they said in 2016, so did not cheer me up in the least.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. the trouble is some lazier folks will assume Biden’s got it in the bag and not bother to vote to support him. 2016 should’ve taught everyone to vote anyway, no matter if they think he’d get 99% of the state (boy that would be awesome).
    Or, they live in Texas and like where I’m at, they’ll see all the Dump signs and flags and believe that there’s no point of voting Biden in my district. My answer would be those are just the Dump supporters you know about… there may be many more or even less as time goes on and the district could go blue, and more districts could go blue, and then the state could go blue. And it’s not just the presidency, dang it–there’s always resolutions to vote for and other offices

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