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Sunday, April 23, 2017

Polling:  Trump vs Clinton

TRIGGER WARNING:  I blame the new book, Shattered.

For John, BLUFSo far, so good for President Trump.  Nothing to see here; just move along.

It is The Washington Examiner (Mr Paul Bedard reporting, 23 April), the cross town junior rival of The Wash Post.

The thing is, based on polling, Mr Trump would again beat Mrs Clinton if the election were held now, but he would not only beat her in the Electoral College, but also in the Popular Vote.

And, those who voted for Mr Trump are pretty happy with what he has done so far, starting with his Supreme Court nomination.  I think a thing to keep in mind is that those who voted for Mr Trump knew that they were settling for someone who was not a politician and would have to fight to achieve his goals, against an establishment that would oppose him at every turn.

And, via the InstaPundit, there is this New York Post article by Ms Salena Zito, "How Trump voters feel about his first 100 days".  They are happy.  Here sample is people who live along US Route 30, from Times Square to San Francisco.

Here is how she wraps up the article:

Like FDR, Trump has taken the country in a completely different direction from his predecessor.  It is still unclear whether his break towards a new philosophy of governing will be successful — but, if you listen to his supporters, they have his back.

For now.

Hat tip to the Drudge Report.

Regards  —  Cliff

  Road Trip!  How does she get all the fun assignments?

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