Trump Puts Minnesota in Play — Statistical Tie with Hunter’s Dad

Former President Donald Trump is statistically on par with Joe Biden, who cheated on him in Minnesota, the only state where Ronald Reagan lost his 1984 re-election campaign.

survey usa poll Among the 1,594 likely voters, Mr. Biden’s approval rating was only 42%, while Mr. Trump’s approval rating was 39%. The rest were “other” (9%) and “undecided” (10%).

What’s interesting is that Biden is unusually unpopular. Also in the same group of voters is Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.). lead The general “Republican opponent” was 16 points, 49 to 33 percent.

The poll was conducted between January 24 and 29, 2024, and had a margin of error of plus or minus 2.4 percentage points.

In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News in December, Trump said he intended to campaign in a way that would expand the Republican Party’s power.

“The other thing I’m going to do, and it might be a stupid thing to do, is I’m going to play hard for New York, I’m going to play hard for New Jersey, Virginia. I mean, we’re going to play hard for New Mexico State, we’re going to play hard for Virginia, we’re going to play hard for Virginia, and it was a hard play for Minnesota, which hasn’t won in years,” he told Breitbart. News’ Alex Marlowe and Matthew Boyle.

No Republican presidential candidate has won Minnesota since then-President Richard Nixon humiliated Democrat George McGovern in 1972.

In 2020, Biden won Minnesota (reportedly) had a 7.2 point margin, 52.6 to 45.4 percent.

But in 2016, Hillary Clinton barely won Minnesota has a 1.5 point lead, 46.4 to 44.9 percent.

There’s no question that with the right message and timing, Minnesota can thrive. Since 2020, things have only gotten worse in this country, especially in blue states like Minnesota. Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul. Paul is grappling with an urban blight not seen since the 1970s that is a direct result of failed Democratic policy.

The inside story of this SurveyUSA poll is interesting. Among 18-34 year olds, Trump leads Hunter’s father by 7 points, 43-36% (Biden leads Hunter’s father by 10 points, 47-37% among 35-49 year olds and 65-year-olds). (48 to 34 percent) support President Trump by a 14-point margin.

This is not the first poll to show Trump has good support with young voters. My guess is that when the future is yours, and Biden is deliberately destroying that future with this gender insanity, illegal alien invasion, and soul-crushing housing, food, and utility bills. , I think Trump’s mean tweets don’t seem so bad. .

I also wonder if this isn’t some kind of cultural backlash like we had in the 1970s, a very healthy reaction to the arrogant 60s. think.

This arrogant, selfish, half-hearted, stifling, and overall horrible era of Walk, DEI, racist, and activist that we’ve all been living through since about 2015 is very reminiscent of the 1960s. Masu. Other than the righteous civil rights movement, the ’60s were a joke. Just like today, it was all about a bunch of spoiled, entitled young people throwing tantrums across the country trying to get their way. It was all so gloomy, self-righteous, and humorless. Everything mattered, and what mattered most were the blokes who believed everything mattered. It was a time of joyless narcissism. But look what happened next… His uptight 60’s gave way to his go-go 70’s. studio 54, disco, cocaine, animal houseMel Brooks charlie’s angels, bad news bearsLed Zeppelin, Blondie, Queen.

Basically, all the self-respecting hippie brothers and sisters decided to rebel against their egos and have a good time. Until 9/11, America had never been more free, fun, relaxed, and cool.

Perhaps today’s young people are awakening in the same way.

I hope so for their sake as well. myself? I couldn’t care less. The future is no longer mine. I will be 58 years old in March. I live here, so right now all I care about is saving for retirement, Social Security, and Medicare. It’s the fools who want to destroy their own future. Knock yourself out. My future is built and well insulated.

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