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Monday, April 24, 2017

Media: 'People totally regret voting for Trump.' Reality: 'Nope.'

New poll puts nail in coffin of "if we had it to do over" theory

Media: 'People totally regret voting for Trump.' Reality: 'Nope.'

Trump is a monster. Now that he’s in office, the American people can see the error of their ways.  If they had it to do over again, Trump would never become President because his voters are experiencing such intense buyer’s remorse.


ABC/Washington Post poll of 2016 voters reveals that not only would Trump still beat Hillary, but she’s the one who would lose support
Take even a cursory glance at the mainstream media, and that’s the narrative you’ll see.

Trump’s approval rating is in the dumper! If 2016 was given a do-over, everyone would change their votes! We’d be enjoying a glorious, carefree, life under the yoke leadership of President Hillary Clinton. Unfortunately, reality doesn’t do much to prop up the story of the Dem-friendly wayback machine.

A new ABC/Washington Post poll of 2016 voters reveals that not only would Trump still beat Hillary, but she’s the one who would lose support.


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According to the ABC/WP poll, among 2016 voters, @realDonaldTrump would beat Hillary Clinton in a rematch -- in the popular vote, no less.

According to the ABC/WP poll, among 2016 voters, @realDonaldTrump would beat Hillary Clinton in a rematch—in the popular vote, no less. pic.twitter.com/vatpPDlqqh

— Jonathan Karl (@jonkarl) April 23, 2017


As ABC News reports, the results indicate he’d also probably win the popular vote if we somehow held a do-over:

Among those who report having voted for him in November, 96 percent today say it was the right thing to do; a mere 2 percent regret it. And if a rerun of the election were held today, the poll indicates even the possibility of a Trump victory in the popular vote among 2016 voters.
How can that be?  Well… Despite what you’ve been told, Trump is holding on to virtually all of his supporters.  Meanwhile, many of Hillary’s would rather vote for anyone else - and no, that person doesn’t need to have a chance in hades to earn their support:

Among Americans who say they voted in the 2016 election, 46 percent say they voted for Hillary Clinton and 43 percent for Trump, very close to the 2-point margin in the actual popular vote results. However, while Trump would retain almost all of his support if the election were held again today (96 percent), fewer of Clinton’s supporters say they’d stick with her (85 percent), producing a 40-43 percent Clinton-Trump result in this hypothetical re-do among self-reported 2016 voters.

That’s not because former Clinton supporters would now back Trump; only 2 percent of them say they’d do so, similar to the 1 percent of Trump voters who say they’d switch to Clinton. Instead, they’re more apt to say they’d vote for a third-party candidate or wouldn’t vote.

In a cautionary note to her party, Clinton’s 6-point drop in a hypothetical mulligan election relates to views of whether the Democratic Party is in touch with peoples’ concerns.
So, what does all this mean?

Not much really. 2016 taught us not to trust the polls, and we don’t know how many outraged left-wing non-voters would show up if we replayed the 2016 cycle. Still, the data puts a sizable nail in the coffin of the “if we did it all over again” theory.

The election is over and Clinton lost. Gorsuch is on the SCOTUS bench, tax reform is incoming, and we’ll still get to ObamaCare eventually.  Given that virtually all of that makes liberal heads explode, it’s a safe bet that some of these numbers can be chalked up to the sting of investing in a terrible candidate like Clinton. Failure always makes one take stock of his decisions.

Trump’s approval numbers may not be great, but that’s to be expected in such a violently divisive political climate.

Make sure your liberal friends know: According to progressive-friendly ABC News, Trump would enjoy an even bigger win the second time around.

Robert Laurie
New poll puts nail in coffin of "if we had it to do over" theory

Media: 'People totally regret voting for Trump.' Reality: 'Nope.'

Trump is a monster. Now that he’s in office, the American people can see the error of their ways.  If they had it to do over again, Trump would never become President because his voters are experiencing such intense buyer’s remorse.


ABC/Washington Post poll of 2016 voters reveals that not only would Trump still beat Hillary, but she’s the one who would lose support
Take even a cursory glance at the mainstream media, and that’s the narrative you’ll see.

Trump’s approval rating is in the dumper! If 2016 was given a do-over, everyone would change their votes! We’d be enjoying a glorious, carefree, life under the yoke leadership of President Hillary Clinton. Unfortunately, reality doesn’t do much to prop up the story of the Dem-friendly wayback machine.

A new ABC/Washington Post poll of 2016 voters reveals that not only would Trump still beat Hillary, but she’s the one who would lose support.


View image on TwitterView image on Twitter
According to the ABC/WP poll, among 2016 voters, @realDonaldTrump would beat Hillary Clinton in a rematch -- in the popular vote, no less.

According to the ABC/WP poll, among 2016 voters, @realDonaldTrump would beat Hillary Clinton in a rematch—in the popular vote, no less. pic.twitter.com/vatpPDlqqh

— Jonathan Karl (@jonkarl) April 23, 2017


As ABC News reports, the results indicate he’d also probably win the popular vote if we somehow held a do-over:

Among those who report having voted for him in November, 96 percent today say it was the right thing to do; a mere 2 percent regret it. And if a rerun of the election were held today, the poll indicates even the possibility of a Trump victory in the popular vote among 2016 voters.
How can that be?  Well… Despite what you’ve been told, Trump is holding on to virtually all of his supporters.  Meanwhile, many of Hillary’s would rather vote for anyone else - and no, that person doesn’t need to have a chance in hades to earn their support:

Among Americans who say they voted in the 2016 election, 46 percent say they voted for Hillary Clinton and 43 percent for Trump, very close to the 2-point margin in the actual popular vote results. However, while Trump would retain almost all of his support if the election were held again today (96 percent), fewer of Clinton’s supporters say they’d stick with her (85 percent), producing a 40-43 percent Clinton-Trump result in this hypothetical re-do among self-reported 2016 voters.

That’s not because former Clinton supporters would now back Trump; only 2 percent of them say they’d do so, similar to the 1 percent of Trump voters who say they’d switch to Clinton. Instead, they’re more apt to say they’d vote for a third-party candidate or wouldn’t vote.

In a cautionary note to her party, Clinton’s 6-point drop in a hypothetical mulligan election relates to views of whether the Democratic Party is in touch with peoples’ concerns.
So, what does all this mean?

Not much really. 2016 taught us not to trust the polls, and we don’t know how many outraged left-wing non-voters would show up if we replayed the 2016 cycle. Still, the data puts a sizable nail in the coffin of the “if we did it all over again” theory.

The election is over and Clinton lost. Gorsuch is on the SCOTUS bench, tax reform is incoming, and we’ll still get to ObamaCare eventually.  Given that virtually all of that makes liberal heads explode, it’s a safe bet that some of these numbers can be chalked up to the sting of investing in a terrible candidate like Clinton. Failure always makes one take stock of his decisions.

Trump’s approval numbers may not be great, but that’s to be expected in such a violently divisive political climate.

Make sure your liberal friends know: According to progressive-friendly ABC News, Trump would enjoy an even bigger win the second time around.

Robert Laurie


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