It’s been a long and grueling election cycle, but the end is near. We will be having the first of three debates this week, which will undoubtedly secure an advantage for one of the candidates.
From all appearances, Donald Trump has a huge lead over insider Hillary Clinton. Democrat voters have all but lost their enthusiasm over their candidate, after months of scandals, revelations, and questions over her health.
The only thing propping up her flagging campaign now is a complicit media who is convinced they’ll win the election for her.
But just looking at the massive turnouts at Trump rallies, the record-setting contributions from small donors, and the overall enthusiasm and passion exhibited by Republicans, you can see who has this election in the bag.
Most state polls shows him on top. Nation-wide polls are even starting to show his advantage.
From The Washington Post:
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will meet Monday night for their first debate in a virtual dead heat in the race for the White House, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll, with the Democratic nominee’s August advantage erased after recent difficulties and the GOP nominee still facing doubts about his qualifications and temperament.
Likely voters split 46 percent for Clinton and 44 percent for Trump, with Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson at 5 percent and Green Party nominee Jill Stein at 1 percent. Among registered voters, Clinton and Trump are tied at 41 percent, with Johnson at 7 percent and Stein at 2 percent.
Keep in mind that ABC and the Post have had it out for Trump since the beginning. NBC was recently blasted for manipulating their polls. So it’s not out of the realm of possibility that these numbers aren’t 100% accurate. Yet despite that, they can’t erase Trump’s dominance in this election.
According to individual issues, Trump tops Clinton in just about every category. People believe Trump is better when it comes to the economy and terrorism. Issues such as her health and her attitude toward voters (basket of deplorables) have cast Clinton in a negative light among many.
It’s clear that over recent months, Trump has won over many voters by reaching out to where they are, promising better jobs and national security, and winning the endorsement of many influential leaders. Clinton on the other hand, has hid from the press, lied about her behavior, and tried to cover up serious health issues.
Hmm, I wonder which one of them Americans will trust to run the country?
You don’t need a poll to tell you that.
Source: The Washington Post