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ThoughtCriminal

(14,144 posts)
29. Republicans undecided on abandoning Trump
Mon Oct 12, 2020, 03:27 PM
Oct 2020

If they are, I hope that they stay home since they would likely vote for Republicans down ballot even if they don't vote for Trump.

It's not like they are good at making choices.

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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