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Showing posts with label Trump voters. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Trump voters. Show all posts

Thursday, October 18, 2018

CNN: Trump Voters Turn And Run





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Yes, I am using a video to make a point.



College educated women want safety, security and healthcare protections – very much along with financial and economic health for themselves and our Country. I supply all of this far better than any Democrat (for decades, actually). That’s why they will be voting for me! 
Trumps Twitter advertisement to "college-educated women" is falling on non hearing ears. After the 2016 General election (which Trump loss by 2.84 million actual votes) pollsters reported that voting demographic went 6 points for Clinton over Trump (i.e., 51% Clinton-45% Trump).  A recent NBC/Wall Street Journal Poll yielded results of Trump favorability among college-educated women is down five points from his inauguration of 32 percent to 27 percent.  The poll also reports similar dissatisfaction with the Republican party.

Polls may not truly represent what happens when "College-educated women" walk-up to the polling station as indicated via The New York Times Exit Poll in November 2016.  It is important to remind our readers the data was compiled and published before the final vote count A count which yielded Clinton won't he popular vote by 2.84 million votes.


Hillary Clinton
DEMOCRAT
Donald J. Trump
REPUBLICAN
Change from 2012*

Sex

Male
Data not available
41%
53%
5
Female
Data not available
54%
42%
1

Race

White
Data not available
37%
58%
1
Black
Data not available
88%
8%
7
Hispanic/Latino
Data not available
65%
29%
8
Asian
Data not available
65%
29%
11
Other
Data not available
56%
37%
1

Age

18-29
Data not available
55%
37%
5
30-44
Data not available
50%
42%
1
45-64
Data not available
44%
53%
5
65 and over
Data not available
45%
53%
4

Ed.

High school or less
Data not available
45%
51%

Some college/associate degree
Data not available
43%
52%
10
College graduate
Data not available
49%
45%
8
Postgraduate study
Data not available
58%
37%
8

1

Ugly,eh? 

As we consider "college-educated women" voters, we have to factor in the reality Black college educated woman and the reality of reports of black voting for candidate Clinton at the 93% to 96% level (despite the NYT demographic bar above).  When Trump speaks about the need for the woman vote" he speaks about his need to attract white women; a voting bloc which certainly turned out for him in 2016.

Trump's tweet seems to have been crafted by campaign handlers who hope to attract a viewing from people who are already Trump supporters.  Maybe, Trump's handlers recognize, as indicated in the CNN video, many former supporters are rational enough to see through, and not buy-into Trump sycophancy.

Read the words.
"College educated women want safety, security and healthcare protections – very much along with financial and economic health for themselves and our Country."
The words come across Twitter on the very day Mitch McConnell overtly stated he and the GOP would mount another attack on national health care (AKA Obamacare) after the mid-term elections.  Well, maybe the GOP believes the majority of voters are either employed with health coverage or they mistakenly believe pre-Social Security voters will not care about Medicare. Actually, McConnell also mentioned, this week that the Feds need to reduce human serves programs (and payments) to offset the Trump/Ryan tax cut.

What is a rational no Fox News viewing American voter to think?  Think about avoiding the paradigm of voting GOP based on their desire for a socially regressed nation.  As data showed you are not at all concerned about the time-proven GOP lie about fiscal conservativism and the party on the Right. 








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Tuesday, May 8, 2018

VIDEO Quick Hit: MAGA




No Words...

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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Why Do We Have Trump? Who Voted For Trump? Look At The Mess!





https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VAcF0eJ06y_8T4o2gvIL4YcyQy8pxb1zYkgXF76Uu1s/edit?usp=sharing

New poll reveals who voted, who didn't, and why in the 2016 Presidential Election: https://www.craigconnects.org/voting2016

Let's take a quick look at how your GOP House Of Representative literally celebrated the prospect of excluding 23 million Americans of any medical coverage over the next ten years.






A sickening aspect of Trump/Ryan repeal of the ACA is the reality of less of life's well-being for the elderly in nursing homes, children, pregnant women and the mentally and physically disabled.



A moment of pathetic from a pathetic man who 49 million non-voting Americans placed in the White House.

Popsicles?


Honoring Our Past Protectors

National Anthem at Arlington National Cemetery Memorial Day is a somber remembrance ceremony. Do you think someone in the White House could have told 45 his Don King (former boxing promoter) like fake reverence for the cameras should have been avoided?



Why does he always remind of a lost child?

National Education via and Education Terrorist?
DeVoss carries the Trump/Pence elitist bias Dept. of Education purse.


This is beyond Hypocrisy. This is over the topic authoritarianism with clear efforts to mind shape with total malfeasance. "Anonymous sources" as sources of evil? OK, well, what about that early morning tweet?



It is called espionage!

Former CIA Director John McLaughlan recently told MSNBC's The Last Word Lawrence O'Donnell: 
'I don’t want to overstate this because obviously there is a lot we don’t know - we don’t know the exact content of the conversation. We don't know the objective that was a part of the conversation - those things we don't know 

'But I can't keep out of my mind the thought that, if an American intelligence officer had done anything like this, we'd consider it espionage.'

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Monday, March 27, 2017

The Daily GOP Ignominious: Trump Dissonance



Since we really do not want to offend, we will avoid further comment.

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Well, actually we must offer a small level of specificity.
The racial divide between Democratic and Republican voters was clear.

More young people voted for Clinton, but that bloc did not include as many voters as those over 40, who as a majority voted for Trump.

One last important statistic. The Non-Voter.

Projections from the United States Elections Project

Voting Eligible Population BallotsVoter Eligible Population That Didn’t VoteVoter Eligible Population Total
138,884,643 (60 percent)92,671,979 (40 percent)231,556,622
That 92 million non-voters were existentially Trump voters. They literally decided not to cast a vote, thus throwing their abstinence into the camp of the eventual winner. In this case the winner was Trump.
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