According to a new poll, Americans under the age of 40 thought that President Trump won the first debate.
Voters under 40 years old are the only age group to think President Donald Trump won last Tuesday’s presidential debate with Joe Biden – and they’re, by far, the most likely to say the debate changed their mind about who they’re voting for, results of a new Rasmussen survey reveals.
The national survey of 1,000 likely voters, conducted September 30-October 1, 2020, finds that 44% of all U.S. voters think Biden won the debate, topping the 36% who say Trump won. Twenty percent (20%) aren’t sure which candidate won.
But, for voters under 40 who watched the debate, the results are reversed: 43% give Trump the win, 36% say Biden was the victor. Both the 40-64 and 65+ age groups give the nod to Biden.
Younger voters were also far more influenced by the debate than were all voters nationwide who watched the debate. Asked if the debate changed their mind about who they’ll vote for, 24% of voters under 40 said, “Yes” – almost double the 13% national result.
You would have expected the complete opposite of that. To this point, I am yet to have really seen any post-debate polling that matches the rhetoric put out by many on the left.
Here is an overall look at the numbers where Biden got an edge:
Of these voters, 44% say Biden won versus 36% who claim Trump is the winner. But 20% are not sure
This goes against the narrative the Mainstream Media is trying to put out. The bottom line is that we are simply not seeing a major decline in support from President Trump due to the debate. Even President Trump not having his best performance is still better to a good chunk of Americans then Joe Biden. In fact, we had both a CSPAN Poll and a Telemundo poll that had President Trump winning big.
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