Trump Bump After Convention: POTUS Jumps to Lead in One National Poll, by Michael Leahy.
The Democracy Institute/Sunday Express Poll shows that President Trump leads Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden 48 percent to 45 percent in the national popular vote …
The Real Clear Politics Average of Polls currently shows Biden with a 6.9 percent lead in the national popular vote …
The Democracy Institute/Sunday Express Poll shows that Trump leads Biden among white voters by a 53 percent to 45 percent margin. …
Q “Which phrase better fits your own thinking about race in America?”
• Black Lives Matter = 26%
• All Lives Matter = 74% …
Q “Do you approve or disapprove of the removal of historic monuments and statues because certain individuals or groups find them offensive?”
• Approve 15%
• Disapprove 79%
• Don’t Know 6% …
Q “Has President Trump’s approach to the ongoing protests and riots been too tough, just right under the circumstances, or not tough enough?”
• Too tough 23%
• Just right 33%
• Not tough enough 44% …
Q “Has Joe Biden been sufficiently critical of the violent rioting?”
• Yes = 34%
• No = 64% …
Q “Do you support de-funding your local police department?”
• Yes = 16%
• No = 75%
The Democracy Institute/Sunday Express Poll also found a huge enthusiasm gap between Trump voters and Biden voters, as these two poll questions and responses indicate:
Q. “Are you strongly or very enthusiastic about your choice of candidate?”
• Trump voters = 82%
• Biden voters = 40%
Q. “Is your vote for Trump/Biden a positive vote for your candidate or a negative vote against his opponent?
• Trump voters: positive vote = 85%; negative vote = 15%
• Biden voters: positive vote = 34%; negative vote = 66%
Notably, only three percent of Trump voters said their vote could change before election day, while nine percent of Biden voters said their vote could change before election day.
Yup, confirmed — normal people have the opinions you’d expect. The activists on the left have been led astray by their echo chamber in the media, so now they no longer know what most people think.