In this graft, we see more voters wouldn’t vote for any candidate than vote for a candidate that claims to be “conservative.” Strong republican claim Donald Trump is not a conservative or has no conservative values.
In this graft, we see “independent” and “none/don’t know” voters changing their party to republican to vote in states with closed elections. Looking back at the first graft, we would say it’s to vote for Trump. Since his numbers are the only one rising. This is a strong republican biggest fear.
In this graft, we see that 75.9% of voters DO NOT call themselves “conservatives.” Most likely they wouldn’t support a conservative candidate. Which means in a general election any conservative candidate would lose the election.
The Republican Party is alienating voters by simply telling voters “you’re not a conservative.” Do they really think after you insult a person/voter, that person would even listen to your point of views? Needless to say vote for your candidate?
This week Suwannee County commissioner Jason Bashaw was our co-host. We interviewed National campaign spokesperson Katrina Pierson and Steven Crowder with “Louder with Crowder.” Plus we touched on many other different subjects.
People and political analyst often say look at polling numbers as a snap shot of the current feeling of the public at any given time. We say read polling numbers trends to see who is gaining or losing favorability by reviewing their movement.
But common sense says: Look at how many people attend rallies to know if a candidate is doing well.
To be fair, polling results are often pushed for a certain result by the way questions are asked to the public.
Like: Name a person you support for President. Instead of saying: out of the following list who would you support for President.
Below are pictures found on a simple google search of rallies of the different candidates. Next to the picture is their polling favorability. The amount of people attending don’t seem to match their polling numbers. If we use the attendance numbers instead of polling numbers, Sanders and Trump would be the flat-out winners.
Notice the size of the rooms the rallies were held in. Did this happen because the campaign knew it would have been a low turnout?
This week Frederick J. Schutte came on the show for “ask an attorney” where he answers different legal questions for us. Great show with lots of information. We also caught up on news stories from over the holidays.
Here’s Attorney Schutte website: Frederick Schutte’s website