During an interview with Fox and Friends President Trump predicted a bigger electoral win than in 2016.
Donald Trump said Tuesday that he will only declare that he has won ‘when there’s a victory’ as he predicts he will win reelection with more Electoral College votes than in 2016.
‘So my number last time was 306,’ Trump said when the ‘Fox & Friends’ panel asked him how many Electoral College votes he thinks he will earn.
‘I ended up with 306, that was good numbers – 223-306,’ he said in reference to the outcome against Hillary Clinton in 2016 – but the Democratic candidate actually earned 232 not 223.
‘And that was a big number,’ the president said. ‘And I think we will top it. I’ll leave it at that. I think we’ll top it.’
According to raw voter data given to the Washington Examiner, the GOP is expecting a big win for President Trump.
GOP GOTV set to swamp Biden lead, ‘Election Day to look like a Trump rally.’
— Paul Bedard (@SecretsBedard) November 2, 2020
Here are Trainer’s unedited data drop quotes on several battleground states and on the narrowing early voter gap and tomorrow’s in-person voting:
Ohio. “Starting in Ohio, Joe Biden wasted time today to go to Ohio. Weeks ago, the partisan makeup of the electorate in Ohio was Democrats plus-10%. Today, it’s Democrats 0.6%. Going into Election Day in 2016, that gap was Democrats plus-2.5%. President Trump has a projected Election Day margin of over 400,000 net votes in Ohio.”
North Carolina. “In North Carolina, where the president was this morning, Democrats jumped out to a partisan advantage of D plus-32. Today it is D 5.8. Going into Election Day 2016, the partisan advantage was Democrats plus-9.7%. Again, President Trump has a projected Election Day votes cast margin of over 400,000 votes.”
Pennsylvania. “Democrats have banked a ton of high propensity voters, voters that were going to vote anyway have cast their ballot by mail. We have millions of voters left in Pennsylvania for the president. President Trump’s Election Day margin needs to be big, and it will. We currently project he’ll win the Election Day vote in Pennsylvania by over 1 million votes.”
Arizona. “Don Jr. is out in Arizona right now. Weeks ago, the makeup of that electorate was D plus-11.9%. After significant early voting, it is now down to D plus-1.2%. The gap on Election Day in 2016, D plus-2.5%. President Trump will win Election Day in Arizona by 150,000 votes.”
Florida: “Democrats jumped out to an 18.8% partisan advantage during the [absentee-only] voting period. Today, it’s down to 1%. Going into Election Day 2016, the gap was 1.4%. President Trump has an Election Day margin of over 500,000 net ballots.”
Wisconsin. “In Wisconsin, the makeup of the electorate weeks ago, D plus-12.3%. Today, D plus-5.9%. Going into Election Day 2016, that gap was D plus-9.6%. We’ll win Election Day in Wisconsin by over 100,000 votes.”
Nevada: “Democrats jumped out to a 27.3% lead during [absentee ballot voting] only. Today, after significant early voting period, it’s down to D plus-5%. Election Day 2016, it was D plus-7.9%. President Trump has an Election Day margin in Nevada of 50,000 votes.”
Michigan: “They’ve got, again, a ton of high propensity voters in Michigan. And we have nearly 2 million votes for President Trump left. President Trump will need to win Election Day in Michigan by about 350,000 votes. And today, we project an Election Day votes cast margin of over 400,000 votes in President Trump’s favor.”
He concluded, “It’s pretty simple out there. If the voters that we know are still left in the electorate, still wanting to participate in this election, show up tomorrow as they’ve been telling us for well over two years now, President Trump is going to have four more years.”
I love reading this data. This shows you exactly why President Trump seems so confident on the campaign trail. He knows that as long as his voters come out and vote he is going to win this election.
The Mainstream Media wants you depressed. The Mainstream Media wants you to think that Trump is done. They are wrong, it is that simple.
President Trump’s approval is higher than Barack Obama’s at the same time according to Rasmussen.
Day Before Election Day–TRUMP APPROVAL AT 52%
2 pts higher than Obama’s on this day Nov. 2, 2012 (re-election year)
Trump (11/2/2020): 52%
Obama (11/2/2012): 50%
(per Rasmussen Reports)https://t.co/i9SMCntAcc
— PollWatch (@PollWatch2020) November 2, 2020
As I have said before President Trump is peaking at just the right time. Look out, Joe Biden!
A new poll, that is touted as the “gold-standard” of Iowa polls has great news for President Trump.
It has him up seven points:
— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) October 31, 2020
Which is the same lead he had four years ago:
🚨🚨 HUGE 🚨🚨
President @realDonaldTrump LEADS Joe Biden in Iowa in FINAL Des Moines Register poll by +7!!!
This is the SAME lead he had in the SAME poll 4 years ago before VICTORY‼️https://t.co/QH7H9Rhu5T
— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) November 1, 2020
Which foreshadowed him winning in other must-win states:
Trump leads the final Selzer poll of Iowa by 7 points, 48 to 41.
That’s the same margin as their final poll four years ago, which wound up foreshadowing Trump’s Midwestern sweephttps://t.co/bIOVhFRaQh
— Nate Cohn (@Nate_Cohn) October 31, 2020
It found Biden’s lead with independents is shrinking big time:
“In the Register’s September Iowa Poll, Biden led with independents 50% to 38%. But today, Trump wins them back and leads 49% to 35%.” https://t.co/KX2FxQh38h
— Abby D. Phillip (@abbydphillip) October 31, 2020
It shows Biden has lost significant ground with women:
“Biden has lost ground with women. In September, he held a 20-point lead among women, which balanced out Trump’s 21-point lead among men. But today, Biden’s lead with women has shrunk to 9 percentage points, 50% to 41%.” https://t.co/BKAxg9hHkD
— Holly Otterbein (@hollyotterbein) November 1, 2020
This is likely holding true in other must-win states:
Milwaukee, Republican female turnout in early voting is much, much stronger than 2016, when Trump struggled in the Wisconsin suburbs. Ironically, it may be suburban Republican women who carry Trump across the finish line in Wisconsin.
— Larry Schweikart (@LarrySchweikart) November 1, 2020
Selzer is not alone, and Iowa is not an anomaly.
In Arizona, Maricopa suburban women solidified Trump’s lead in our polling. Suburban women in Kenosha strengthened the president in Wisconsin. https://t.co/FWkdCJeMJX
— Peoples_Pundit (@Peoples_Pundit) November 1, 2020
Iowa not an anomaly. Women moving to Trump: https://t.co/3JAnzKvAdj
— PollWatch (@PollWatch2020) November 1, 2020
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