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Undecideds Ananda62 Oct 2020 #1
Republicans undecided on abandoning Trump ThoughtCriminal Oct 2020 #29
It also shows how brutally unpopular Hillary was, through no fault of her own. bearsfootball516 Oct 2020 #2
And they're essentially the same candidate policy-wise. Yavin4 Oct 2020 #3
our candidate's unfavorables in 2016 were lots worse redstateblues Oct 2020 #6
But not on policy. Yavin4 Oct 2020 #8
To a degree you are correct, however Joe and Kamala are I believe much more Sherman A1 Oct 2020 #12
I agree with you. They both connect with people. Buckeyeblue Oct 2020 #25
I don't know about that. PTWB Oct 2020 #26
+1. Misogyny and small-town bias of the EC. radius777 Oct 2020 #27
Sadly, yes DeminPennswoods Oct 2020 #10
It breaks my heart but it's absolutely true peggysue2 Oct 2020 #16
This is good for those that are concerned and saying the polling was the same as 2016 DLCWIdem Oct 2020 #4
2016 election has zero relevance to 2020. People looking at 2016 are wasting beachbumbob Oct 2020 #5
I thought it was interesting that his numbers have not moved in 4 years. Sorry you didn't. catbyte Oct 2020 #7
Trumps numbers do not matter, the anger and energy of the opposition does. beachbumbob Oct 2020 #9
I disagree Sherman A1 Oct 2020 #13
2018 was the major shift. TwilightZone Oct 2020 #14
We will see Sherman A1 Oct 2020 #15
Trump has kept his same base (IMO racists and other bigots will always support a racist), but Doodley Oct 2020 #11
+1000 smirkymonkey Oct 2020 #19
Trump has the Fox News/talk radio crowd-- brainwashed andym Oct 2020 #17
This is not 2016 SoonerPride Oct 2020 #18
I don't get how Trump's numbers are the same. Marius25 Oct 2020 #20
Come election day, his numbers will be much lower..November 3,..9pm, Eastern Time.. Stuart G Oct 2020 #22
Trump got 46% of the vote in 2016. honest.abe Oct 2020 #23
Maybe a bit lower but probably a lot. Statistical Oct 2020 #30
real clear politics average at the end of the 2016 campaign tells a somewhat different story. onenote Oct 2020 #21
The trend is more important than the number... cbdo2007 Oct 2020 #24
It is different but has its own challenges. radius777 Oct 2020 #28
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