The mainstream media has been pushing several recent polls that show Donald Trump’s approval rating plunging and favor Joe Biden for the general election.
However, new polls are being released that have given Democrats a nasty shock, showing that voter enthusiasm for Donald Trump is much higher than for Joe Biden.
CNN poll vs. reality
Many pundits have pointed to a bombshell CNN poll that showed Trump’s approval rating tanking to 38 percent and Biden taking a significant lead in a hypothetical general election matchup.
Of course, most mainstream outlets swept under the rug the fact that the poll oversampled minority populations that typically vote Democrat anyway.
Recent polling data from mainstream sources looks suspiciously similar to polls conducted at this same point during the 2016 election cycle, which showed then-Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton leading Trump by a mile. We all know how that turned out.
One metric that Democrat-leaning pollsters typically avoid is voter enthusiasm, which tells a much different story. According to a new poll released by pollster Jonathan Zogby, Donald Trump currently holds a shocking 51%-43% edge over Democrat Joe Biden in enthusiasm.
Instead of asking likely voters who they want to win, Zogby asked 1,007 likely voters who they think will win, regardless of their political affiliation in a poll conducted from June 1-2.
The results resoundingly point to a Trump win in November. Zogby said in his analysis that Trump’s base is still with him, despite the mainstream media’s best efforts to alienate him from his strongest supporters.
The subgroups most likely to believe the president would win were his base: Born Again Christians (Trump 68%/Biden 28%), NASCAR fans (Trump 68%/Biden 29%), union voters (Trump 61%/Biden 35%), and voters who recently lost a job (Trump 58%/Biden 34%).
He continued to reveal that though enthusiasm is high within Trump’s base, “Most other demographics agreed Trump would beat Biden in 2020, regardless of their political ideology or support.”
Here’s the breakdown:
Men (Trump 57%/Biden 39%) and women (Trump 47%/Biden 46%) said Trump would win, as did voters living in the East (Trump 49%/Biden 45%), South (Trump 53%/Biden 42%) and Central/Great Lakes (Trump 56%/Biden 38%). The West region (Biden 49%/Trump 42%) disagreed with voters, overall, and felt Biden had the best chance to win in 2020.
Of course, leftists and Democrats want Trump out of the Oval Office, but even notorious Trump enemy Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) had to admit that “I think I’d give the advantage to the incumbent, President Trump, I think it’s more likely he gets reelected.”