Does President Trump have a chance of being re-elected?
Strong new indicators signal it’s a very good possibility.
The only polls that came close in 2016 are not indicating Biden is ahead. Even the latest 2020 Zogby Poll of 1,007 likely voters gave Trump a 51%-43% lead over Democrat Joe Biden. The poll has a margin of error of 3.1 percentage points.
“Election forecasters see President Trump as all but certain to win 13 states in his bid for re-election, with challenger Joe Biden all but certain to win 13 states plus the District of Columbia,” reports Ballotopedia, after a study of Cook Political Report, Inside Elections, Larry Sabato’s Crystal Ball, and the Bitecofer model.
“Forecasters identify eight states as battlegrounds where both Biden and Trump have a substantial chance of winning,” they said.
My indicators are different than most and in no way come from media because it’s the same propaganda as in 2016, except worse. Naturally, anything is possible, but here are new and updated indicators that show Donald J. Trump will remain our 45th President.
1. Major League Sports Boycotts Against Their Liberal Stances Are Strong.
The NFL and other major league sports leagues have turned millions of fans away from their obvious support of socialist-liberal causes. Their hypocritical turn away from their traditional rules of player behavior and uniform code has done them no favors.
They’ve unintentionally churned out more votes for President Trump, especially from citizens who may not normally show up on election day. They will be casting votes now.
2. Five Million New Gun Owners Are Likely FOR the 2nd Amendment
In the first seven months of 2020, five million Americans became first-time gun owners, according to FBI’s National Instant Background Check System. The National Shooting Sports Foundation calculated more than 12 million guns were purchased, a historical record. That’s 70 percent over the same time span in 2019.
A simple question provides insight. Do Democrats support the 2nd Amendment, the NRA and American gun owners?
There are 5,000,000 FIRST TIME legal owners. If they’re compelled to go out and buy a gun, they are likely to make the effort to vote–so they can keep them.
3. There Are Millions More Americans Publicly Supporting Trump in Parades Than in Liberal Riots
There is a grassroots phenomenon spreading across America breaking historical records. Parades and caravans in lakes, bays, rivers and intercoastal waterways are popping up throughout the United States.
On literally hundreds of highways, city loops, rural roads and Main Street parades, thousands of Americans are uniting in support of a sitting president, the likes of which have never been seen.
4. Elvis Presley Fans Overwhelmingly Support Trump in 2020.
The first ever comprehensive poll of American Elvis Presley fans show overwhelming support for President Trump. With 5,293 certified votes:
Donald Trump: 4,950 (93.519%)
Joe Biden: 343 (6.48%)
5. The GOP Convention Helped Trump. Democrats, Not So Much
Trump’s approval rating surged to 51% during the Democratic National Convention according to Rasmussen. At this same time in his presidency, Barack Obama was at 48%.
In 2016, Trump’s acceptance speech reached 34.9 million viewers, compared to 33.8 million for Hillary Clinton. Joe Biden only had 24.6 million.
Mainstream media giants (New York Times, Washington Post, Forbes, CNN, MSNBC, Bloomberg) rushed to tell preliminary Nielson ratings with Biden having higher acceptance speech ratings. But…
Liberal media didn’t mention 9.2 million people tuned in to Fox News to watch Trump’s speech that Thursday night. More people tuned into Fox News than did CNN, MSNBC, ABC, NBC and CBS combined.
The Fox News viewing figures more than doubled the combined viewership of the two liberal cable news networks, with CNN averaging 2.2 million viewers and MSNBC pulling in 1.9 million viewers.
Here’s the most important indicator of the conventions:
Mainstream media did not report that 27.4 million people clicked on one of the digital livestreams during the Trump’s acceptance speech. They did not mention Biden drew only 11.3 million virtual viewers for his.
The Republican convention also earned six times as many viewers from C-Span than the Democratic convention earned.
The takeaway is more Americans are trusting online and C-Span sources than mainstream media coverage. The likely reason is because people believe what they see and hear themselves more than they do media analysis.
6. The Most Historically Accurate Model Says Trump Will Win
One of the best indicators is Stony Brook University Professor Helmut Norpoth. He’s the man who developed a model that has correctly predicted five of the past six elections since 1996, and every single election but two in the past 108 years.
Norpoth says his model shows that Trump has a 91 percent chance of winning — as close to a guarantee as you can get.
His model shows that Trump will get 362 electoral votes, which is far more than the 304 he earned in 2016 against Hillary Clinton.
The two elections he missed were John F. Kennedy’s 1960 victory over Richard Nixon, which was one of the most closely contested elections in American history… and George W. Bush’s 2000 victory over Al Gore, where Bush actually lost the popular vote.
7. Trump Has Phenomenally Grown His Base, While The Dems Have Lost Some of Theirs
Trump has grown his base since he was elected to over 88 percent, the highest level in the modern era, except when George W. Bush had a temporary increase in the immediate aftermath of 9/11.
8. A Successful Analytical Model Doesn’t Look Good For Biden-Harris
Since 1980, Moody’s Analytics have only missed one presidential election. Their current model shows President Trump could be reelected in 2020 if the economy holds up.
9. Almost 3 Million More Voters Understand The China, Soros, and Media Dangers
At least 2.8 million more voters now understand the considerable influence and control China and George Soros have over American politics. During President Trump’s first term, media and liberal attempts to oust Trump and circumvent his policies have failed. They have revealed their cards.
Democrats showed their cards and hoaxes with Kavenaugh, Dossier, Russian Probe, Amnesty fiasco, Mueller report, Comey, etc…were all proven wrong. This did not help their reputation and caused losses of some base voters.
Despite stacking the deck in their favor, Democrats are losing the game. Their riots are turning far more voters away than the indoctrination and propaganda can replenish.
Their platform is not even American anymore. It’s the George Soros platform based on Saul Alinsky’s teachings to take over the minds and thoughts of citizens. It has been successfully used in over ten European and African countries now virtually owned by Soros and Open Society globalist.
They buy politicians, own them and by the proven playbook, own them. The Biden-Harris ticket is the classic example.
10. Trump Rallies Are Breaking More Records and America Sees How Democrats Try to Stop Them.
Trump rallies are historical record breakers. Dems have never been near those levels…ever. Democratic governors have failed in stopping Air Force One into their states. For instance, five rally sites in Nevada had to be relocated away from cities. Finally Trump appeared before thousands at an out of the way spot.
11. Black America Support For Trump Has Grown and His Reelection Will Be Beneficial
Trump received 11% of Black vote in 2017. Indicators show that could double in November. If that happens, it will be monumental.
Trump has been strong in African American issues like prison reform, cracking down on dangerous gang activity and pardoning those wrongfully imprisoned.
12. The Keystone State is Key
Pennsylvania was key to a Trump victory in 2016. No one was more shocked than CNN’s election coverage team when Trump took Pennsylvania.
The rate of new voter registration for Republicans in Pennsylvania is now five times that of Democrats.
Lawrence Tabas, the chairman of the Pennsylvania Republican Party, predicts that Trump will beat Biden by more than 100,000 votes — more than twice the margin he had in 2016.
13. Biden’s 47 Years In Politics Is Turning Voters Away
Where’s Hunter? He has some explaining to do. Joe Biden’s pride and joy, son Hunter Biden is negative baggage to the campaign. Daddy Biden, who will be 78 in November, has been “Hiden’” in the basement and it’s tentative he’ll dare come out to debate President Trump.
All relevant polling shows most Republicans and more Independents have a more favorable opinion of the GOP than they did before Trump became President.
Democrat mayors and governors ploys are backfiring. Growing resentment is causing them to be defied by some of their own constituents. These are the citizens who are understanding the President’s results and leadership.
Trump is crushing Biden among union workers (61% to 35%).
Born Again Christians (Trump 68%/Biden 28%).
NASCAR fans (Trump 68%/Biden 29%).
Voters who recently lost their job (Trump 58%/Biden 34%).
Men (Trump 57%/Biden 39%).
Women (Trump 48%/Biden 45%) think Trump will win.
End of summer Swing State data from party locals and Trump’s data guru Greg Parscale is favorable.
14. Republicans Are More United and Have the Best Campaign Organization in Their History
The GOP has revamped their recruiting, voter registration and on-the-ground organization to new levels of attainment.
Most GOP local campaign headquarters are farther ahead now than they were this time in 2016. Phillip Stephens, GOP chairman in Robeson County, N.C., who helped turn the state Red then, says now “We’re thinking landslide.”
Very good indicators are showing favorability for Trump from state campaign chairs Andrew Hitt in Wisconsin, Jennifer Carnahan in Minnesota, Jane Timken in Ohio, Doyle Webb of Arkansas, and
Kyle Hupfer in Indiana.