National Poll Says Trump Winning

After last week’s final presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, the liberal mainstream media would have you believe that Hillary is leading Trump in every national poll, but that’s not the case.

One of the nation’s top polls, Rasmussen Reports poll, gives Trump a narrow lead over Hillary. Trump garnered 43% of likely voters to Hillary’s 41%. Once again, other party candidates could make the difference as Libertarian Gary Johnson garnered 5%, Green Party Jill Stein got 3% with ‘other’ candidates receiving 3% and 5% are still undecided.

One thing that’s definitely not helping is so many leading Republicans who have publicly abandoned the Party’s nomination for president which in effect, could literally be handing the White House to Hillary.

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The same Rasmussen Report poll indicated that 88% of likely voters have already made up their minds who they are going to vote for. Of those 88%, Trump wins by a very narrow margin 48% to Hillary’s 47%. Johnson got 3% and Stein got 2%.

When the undecided voters were asked who they are leaning to, Trump got 38%, Hillary 25%, Johnson 21% and Stein 16%. As close as this national poll is, it appears that Trump could still win, but he needs to stop saying dumb things in this final 2 weeks before the election.

In an interesting twist, Trump only had the support of 78% of Republicans along with 15% of Democrats. Hillary didn’t fare quiet as well as she only had 77% support among Democrats and only 11% of Republicans.

The liberal media would have you believe that Hillary has a huge lead among women, but not according to Rasmussen Reports. Their results indicate that Hillary’s lead among likely women voters is slightly less than the lead Trump has among likely male voters. The same liberal media would also have you believe that Trump is doing far worse among black voters than Mitt Romney did in 2012, but again, that’s not true either. Romney garnered 17% of the black vote and according to Rasmussen Reports, Trump is currently carrying the same percentage of black voters. The same poll indicates that Hillary is currently garnering 73% of the black vote and unfortunately, 91% of the black likely voters that responded to the poll said they have made up their minds on who they are voting.

It’s sad to realize that so many black voters are continually duped by the liberal media and liberal Democrats who have done more to keep them jobless, poor and living in the inner cities than Republicans. It was the Democrats who fought to keep blacks as slaves and deprive them of the same rights and freedoms as whites. It was the Republicans who fought and died to free black slaves and to give them the rights and freedoms they deserve. The same holds true today. Most of the racist people I know of are Democrats, not Republicans. If only blacks would realize that many of the Black Lives Matter activists including people like Al Sharpton, are liberal Democrats who only stoke the fires of racial hatred instead of really trying to resolve racism in America.

Another fact that came out in another Rasmussen Report poll is that both Trump and Hillary are very unpopular with all likely voters. Yet another Rasmussen Report shows that 80% of likely voters say that this year’s presidential campaigns are the most negative in history.

When Rasmussen Report asked likely voters what is swaying the election more – the media or the Russians, 56% said that the media is working to get Hillary elected. Only 26% believe that the Russians are working to help Trump win.


Dave Jolly

R.L. David Jolly holds a B.S. in Wildlife Biology and an M.S. in Biology – Population Genetics. He has worked in a number of fields, giving him a broad perspective on life, business, economics and politics. He is a very conservative Christian, husband, father and grandfather who cares deeply for his Savior, family and the future of our troubled nation.

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