September 6, 2016
CNN fixes their polls.
And yet Trump is now winning.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton start the race to November 8 on essentially even ground, with Trump edging Clinton by a scant two points among likely voters, and the contest sparking sharp divisions along demographic lines in a new CNN/ORC Poll.
Trump tops Clinton 45% to 43% in the new survey, with Libertarian Gary Johnson standing at 7% among likely voters in this poll and the Green Party’s Jill Stein at just 2%.
Here’s some interesting facts from the poll:
Women break for Clinton (53% to 38%) while men shift Trump’s way (54% to 32%). Among women, those who are unmarried make up the core of her support, 73% of unmarried women back Clinton compared with just 36% of married women. Among men, no such marriage gap emerges, as both unmarried and married men favor Trump.
Younger voters are in Clinton’s corner (54% to 29% among those under age 45) while the older ones are more apt to back Trump (54% to 39% among those age 45 or older). Whites mostly support Trump (55% to 34%), while non-whites favor Clinton by a nearly 4-to-1 margin (71% to 18%). Most college grads back Clinton while those without degrees mostly support Trump, and that divide deepens among white voters. Whites who do not hold college degrees support Trump by an almost 3-to-1 margin (68% to 24%) while whites who do have college degrees split 49% for Clinton to 36% for Trump and 11% for Johnson.
Even with our present demographic crisis, if women were not allowed to vote, we would win by a landslide.
The same would be true if women still got married and had children, of course (which would make women’s voting irrelevant, as the man would be effectively voting for the household).
I blame the Jews.
Right now, Trump’s entire focus needs to be on White women. The Black thing is mainly part of that, from what I am able to see. Women, due to the way they view the resolution of conflict, will be more apt to vote for Trump if he can free himself of the “racist” label to some extent.