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Thu Sep 1, 2016, 09:05 AM

New Pennsylvania President Poll - Clinton 47%, Trump 40% (Franklin & Marshall College 8/25-8/29)

http://elections.huffingtonpost.com/pollster/polls/franklin-and-marshall-college-25308

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Reply New Pennsylvania President Poll - Clinton 47%, Trump 40% (Franklin & Marshall College 8/25-8/29) (Original post)
Dem2 Sep 2016 OP
anneboleyn Sep 2016 #1
Iliyah Sep 2016 #2
adigal Sep 2016 #3
mothra1orbit Sep 2016 #4
Cosmocat Sep 2016 #5

Response to Dem2 (Original post)

Thu Sep 1, 2016, 09:09 AM

1. Just yesterday the Trump morons were claiming that PA was tied and that Trump was leading in OH

Thank god for a poll that confirms that PA hasn't lost its sanity.

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Thu Sep 1, 2016, 09:12 AM

2. That's in line with others and HRC is pretty much solid for an electoral win.

Also, HRC will win the popular vote as well. Corporate media will continue that 24/7 lie a fest against her, but with all this, HRC will win. She's tough. T-rump is a wimp.

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Response to Dem2 (Original post)

Thu Sep 1, 2016, 09:14 AM

3. What is wrong with people? How can anyone support this moron?

 

I think we need to call ourselves the land of the idiots and the home of the cowardly. He should be at 15%.

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Response to adigal (Reply #3)

Thu Sep 1, 2016, 09:27 AM

4. Two of my neighbors here in suburban Philadelphia have Trump signs on their lawns

I live in Bucks County, home of the liberal Republican, and when my next-door neighbor, a young man who owns his own landscaping business, put out a Trump sign--the only one I'd seen in my travels around here--I kind of understood. He's a little wacky about gun rights (he has a freezer full of dead foxes he shot; he's planning to make his wife a coat), and really had very little parenting (alcoholic mother and absent father) so he feels like the world is out to get him. On the other hand, he employs exclusively Mexicans in his business, and who knows their immigration status

But then yesterday a neighbor two houses up the hill put out a Trump sign, and my heart sank. This is a "normal" family, and I am afraid to ask them why they are supporting Trump. I never imagined I'd actually be scared to talk politics with my neighbor.

My daughter-in-law showed up with a No Trump No Way bumper sticker, and I am afraid someone will vandalize her car.

Something is so wrong here. As horrifying as it is to contemplate a Trump presidency, I am almost more concerned about what will happen when he loses--as he must.

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Response to mothra1orbit (Reply #4)

Thu Sep 1, 2016, 10:14 AM

5. I traveled to the Steelers camp

and the areas around Latrobe are litered with Trump signs, and where I live in the middle of the state what signs that are out are all trump. I hardly see any Hillary signs.

It is reflective of the candidates and their supporters - Trump people are out and out. Meanwhile, there has been so much propaganda advanced against Hillary that the right has successfully made people somewhat embarrassed to support her.

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