It’s not Trump vs. Biden; It’s Freedom vs. Totalitarianism

  
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By:   Parker Beauregard

It’s not Trump vs. Biden; It’s Freedom vs. Totalitarianism
Donald Trump is representative of a philosophy that seeks to continue the American experiment based on the values of individual liberty, freedom, and human goodness. Joe Biden is representative of a philosophy marked by intolerance, division, and utter destruction.

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For all of his flaws (who among us does not have flaws?), Donald Trump is representative of a philosophy that seeks to continue the American experiment based on the values of individual liberty, freedom, and human goodness. Joe Biden is representative of a philosophy marked by intolerance, division, and utter destruction.

Many voters, particularly those apathetic to the two-party system and feeling left behind by either a politician’s platform or public presentation, have declared to me privately or to no one in particular publicly, that they are simply sitting out of this upcoming election. They often cite the trite anecdote that unremarkably observes “both parties are corrupt” or “nothing will change either way” with regard to their election choice. To those people, I say: Grow up and wake up. This election and all elections in the foreseeable future are not about the Joe Bidens or Donald Trumps on the ballot. They are not about individuals. They are about entire worldviews and philosophies for governing America that go back to the core of her founding.

The Democrats have now openly embraced many unforgivable positions that would forever ruinously alter the American landscape. Unmistakable is that the current iteration of the Democratic Party is no longer the liberal beacon of personal betterment and empowerment of days past. Those extinct Democrats, for whatever policy differences they held, nevertheless sought to improve America based on a framework that made nonpareil promises to its people. Whereas Democrats in the mold of Kennedy and Clinton, and even a campaigning Obama in 2008, recognized the unique liberties articulated by the American system, understood the relentless powers of the free market and made a moral defense of evils perpetrated against defenseless sovereigns, the contemporary vision of the party is just the opposite.

To even suggest that there is worth to be garnered from our founding documents or wisdom for our founding fathers nowadays results in charges of racism, white supremacy, and cancelation. No longer do Democrats believe in the freedoms afforded us by the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution, despite the fact that these documents ushered in the freedoms allowing them to so vehemently protest; no longer do they believe in capitalism, despite the fact that this very system released humanity from abject poverty and even today provides them the very means with which to organize; and, no longer do they believe in God-centered morality, despite the fact that individual goodness derived from a just and judging God was the driving force behind abolishing slavery and enacting Civil Rights legislation.

In no particular order, what follows are just a few ways the Democrats in America would have us remake the freest and decent society in human history.

First, they embrace anti-Americanism, evidenced by their support of factually-inaccurate pablum like Howard Zinn’s rewriting of American history and Nicole Hannah-Jones’ more recent 1619 Project. All school-age children and the people that teach them are indoctrinated to believe there is nothing redeeming about America and that it is simply filled with racist and exploitative white people. For every one that suggests America ought to be judged on its worst sin, where is the equal condemnation for Communism? Are people not aware that more human beings suffered and died as a result of totalitarian regimes in the last century alone, one that promised equality and only wrought godless suffering and injustice? If America is evil for its tacit involvement in a worldwide and historical phenomenon, to what extent is China or Soviet Russia for the horrors they knowingly committed? Surely capricious and power-thirsting murder of 100 million people is more heinous than the enslavement of 4 million.

Second, they espouse hate and encourage violence toward these non-believers. Police, brave people who care for their communities and simply want to return to their families at the end of a shift, are regularly attacked and maimed. How many ended up in hospitals after the despicable displays of “justified” anger in May and June? Reporting out of Portland has said that three officers may be permanently blinded after lasers were intentionally shone in their eyes. If one act of police violence condemns the entire force to brutality, what should be said about soulless ghouls that hurt police on a nightly basis?

Third, they embrace intolerance, witnessed easily by the way they childishly handle disputes and disagreement. How many more conservative speakers than left-wing ones have been insulted and even prevented from speaking on college campuses? How many more conservatives than left-wing positions result in the loss of a job or loss of access to grandchildren? When asked to identify the worst aspects of Trump, left-wing thought includes the notion that he appeals to rural voters . That’s true as a general statement, but they said this about the reason for it being wrong:

“You know the ones—the ignorant, toothless, inbred, Bible-thumping, cousin-touching, uneducated rubes who have always been the most racist, intolerant, ignorant, and hateful members of our country. Cities are synonymous with art and culture and sophistication, so it’s no surprise that the part of the country that produces no art, no literature, and no culture would be the one that supports Trump.”

Folks, the party of love and tolerance!

Fourth, they have declared that they will legislate basic Constitutional rights away, including free speech rights and the right to purchase, possess, and carry firearms. Does anyone honestly think it will stop there? If the riots, looting, and police defunding have proved anything, it is that we need our firearms more than ever. Based on this reality alone, are you willing to vote for Democrats or not vote at all?

Democrats have also included in their wing a group which believes that basic character traits like responsibility, hard work, and adherence to a nuclear family are nothing more than systemic whiteness and are therefore arbitrary. They despise the rule of law and the subsequent order that exists to maintain it. They do not believe you have a right to personal property, whether that is something tangible like real estate (i.e. your home) or your bank account (i.e. the money you worked for but do not deserve). Is any of this rational? Black lives do matter, but the organization Black Lives Matter would prefer white people to completely surrender everything they have in the name of rage-inspired retribution. Make no mistake, BLM is not about peace and harmony; it is about wanton cruelty and dismantling of everything that makes us as individuals and us a country good.

Obviously, the Republicans are not without faults. However, these faults do not include living only to destroy America. America is imperfect, but her goal has always been about striving for perfection. The transition from black slavery to Jim Crow, to Civil Rights, to a black President, to today seems to confirm as much. The Democrats would have you believe that the better alternative to a free and prosperous America is totalitarian control of thought, speech, and actions. Why have police when you can have armed neighborhood vigilantes? Why have the free market when you can have rationing and shortages? Why have material inequality when we can all be equally poor instead?

All voters have to ask themselves the same two questions in November. Am I willing to give up on the ideals laid forth in the Declaration of Independence about God-given rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness? Will my personal dislike of Trump win favor over the good of the country and the good of its people?

Like I said, time to grow up.


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MAGA
1  seeder  MAGA    one week ago

The Democrats have now openly embraced many unforgivable positions that would forever ruinously alter the American landscape. Unmistakable is that the current iteration of the Democratic Party is no longer the liberal beacon of personal betterment and empowerment of days past. Those extinct Democrats, for whatever policy differences they held, nevertheless sought to improve America based on a framework that made nonpareil promises to its people. Whereas Democrats in the mold of Kennedy and Clinton, and even a campaigning Obama in 2008, recognized the unique liberties articulated by the American system, understood the relentless powers of the free market and made a moral defense of evils perpetrated against defenseless sovereigns, the contemporary vision of the party is just the opposite.

To even suggest that there is worth to be garnered from our founding documents or wisdom for our founding fathers nowadays results in charges of racism, white supremacy, and cancelation. No longer do Democrats believe in the freedoms afforded us by the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution, despite the fact that these documents ushered in the freedoms allowing them to so vehemently protest; no longer do they believe in capitalism, despite the fact that this very system released humanity from abject poverty and even today provides them the very means with which to organize; and, no longer do they believe in God-centered morality, despite the fact that individual goodness derived from a just and judging God was the driving force behind abolishing slavery and enacting Civil Rights legislation.

In no particular order, what follows are just a few ways the Democrats in America would have us remake the freest and decent society in human history.

First, they embrace anti-Americanism, evidenced by their support of factually-inaccurate pablum like Howard Zinn’s rewriting of American history and Nicole Hannah-Jones’ more recent 1619 Project. https://thenewstalkers.com/release-the-kraken/group_discuss/9389/its-not-trump-vs-biden-its-freedom-vs-totalitarianism

 
 
 
MAGA
1.1  seeder  MAGA  replied to  MAGA @1    one week ago

The Anti-Deplorables – A.F. Branco Cartoon

A.F. Branco July 28, 2020 Leave a comment

Antifa, Black Lives Matter, Anarchy, and the Democrats are teaming up to destroy America with the help of the Marxist-Mainstream propaganda media. Political cartoon by A.F. Branco ©2020.

 
 
 
MAGA
1.1.1  seeder  MAGA  replied to  MAGA @1.1    one week ago
 
 
 
Tessylo
2  Tessylo    one week ago

Exactly!  

If Biden wins, it's FREEDOM

If tRump wins, it's TOTALITARIANISM

 
 
 
MAGA
2.1  seeder  MAGA  replied to  Tessylo @2    one week ago

There will be no freedom if Biden wins.  We will be dragged into the dark ages if that happens.  Personal initiative gone, religious liberty gone, economic freedom washed away.  If Trump wins it’s all about federalism, rights, freedom, and liberty for all.  

 
 
 
JBB
2.1.1  JBB  replied to  MAGA @2.1    one week ago

You accuse others sweeping generalizations?

 
 
 
MAGA
2.1.2  seeder  MAGA  replied to  JBB @2.1.1    one week ago

I don’t really care about them.  I only flag others such when mine are.  Democrats ideas and candidates are so awful this year that all the sweeping generalizations about them are literally true.  Never has America faced an internal evil as great as that presented by today’s democrat party platform.  

 
 
 
Dismayed Patriot
3  Dismayed Patriot    one week ago

It’s not Trump vs. Biden; It’s Freedom vs. Totalitarianism

That's true, but Trump is obviously the totalitarian to any rational observer.

"(Kim Jong Un) speaks and his people sit up at attention. I want my people to do the same," - DJT

"I've already said, (Putin) is really very much of a leader. I mean, you can say, 'Oh, isn't that a terrible thing' -- the man has very strong control over a country,” - DJT

Bill O'Reilly calls Putin a killer in interview with Trump who responds “There are a lot of killers, Do you think our country is so innocent? Do you think our country is so innocent?".

"If Putin likes Donald Trump, I consider that an asset, not a liability" - DJT

Trump proclaimed he was "a big fan" of Erdogan who many legal analysts claim has committed war crimes and acts like a totalitarian.

Trump praised Duterte, claiming it was “an unbelievable job on the drug problem” in the Philippines, where Duterte was sanctioning the killing of anyone even suspected of being a drug user. No law, no court, no judge, no jury, just assassinating people on the street and Trump praises him for it.

“With all of the Fake News coming out of NBC and the Networks, at what point is it appropriate to challenge their License?" Questioning the legitimacy of the free press, definitely totalitarian.

And now he's wanting to "Delay the election" because he's down in the polls, something only a vile piece of shit Totalitarian would suggest.

Trump is the clear totalitarian threat to America and the rule of law.

 
 
 
MAGA
3.1  seeder  MAGA  replied to  Dismayed Patriot @3    one week ago

Democrats have also included in their wing a group which believes that basic character traits like responsibility, hard work, and adherence to a nuclear family are nothing more than systemic whiteness and are therefore arbitrary. They despise the rule of law and the subsequent order that exists to maintain it. They do not believe you have a right to personal property, whether that is something tangible like real estate (i.e. your home) or your bank account (i.e. the money you worked for but do not deserve). Is any of this rational? Black lives do matter, but the organization Black Lives Matter would prefer white people to completely surrender everything they have in the name of rage-inspired retribution. Make no mistake, BLM is not about peace and harmony; it is about wanton cruelty and dismantling of everything that makes us as individuals and us a country good.

Obviously, the Republicans are not without faults. However, these faults do not include living only to destroy America. America is imperfect, but her goal has always been about striving for perfection. The transition from black slavery to Jim Crow, to Civil Rights, to a black President, to today seems to confirm as much. The Democrats would have you believe that the better alternative to a free and prosperous America is totalitarian control of thought, speech, and actions. Why have police when you can have armed neighborhood vigilantes? Why have the free market when you can have rationing and shortages? Why have material inequality when we can all be equally poor instead? https://thenewstalkers.com/release-the-kraken/group_discuss/9389/its-not-trump-vs-biden-its-freedom-vs-totalitarianism#cm1373459

 
 
 
Tessylo
3.1.1  Tessylo  replied to  MAGA @3.1    one week ago

What are you living in the 1950's?

Times have changed 'MAGA'  The definition of a family, nuclear or otherwise, has changed drastically.  

Your other points are rubbish.  Not worth commenting on.  

 
 
 
Dismayed Patriot
3.1.2  Dismayed Patriot  replied to  MAGA @3.1    one week ago
a group which believes that basic character traits like responsibility, hard work, and adherence to a nuclear family are nothing more than systemic whiteness and are therefore arbitrary.

Bullshit. Please show me any supposedly "leftist" group that decry's "responsibility and hard work". Are there some who disregard the need for some old fashioned "nuclear family" defined as "a family unit consisting of a father, mother and dependent children". They understand that the most important thing in a family is love and thus their definition of "nuclear family" is simply " parents and their minor children who are living under one roof".

https://www.yourdictionary.com/nuclear-family

They despise the rule of law and the subsequent order that exists to maintain it. 

More unadulterated bullshit.

They do not believe you have a right to personal property, whether that is something tangible like real estate (i.e. your home) or your bank account (i.e. the money you worked for but do not deserve).

Again, nothing but pure runny, drippy bullshit.

the organization Black Lives Matter would prefer white people to completely surrender everything they have in the name of rage-inspired retribution.

It amazes me to see a comment this chock full of total bullshit. You could fertilize a thousand acre farm with that kind of constant fecal flinging.

BLM is not about peace and harmony; it is about wanton cruelty and dismantling of everything that makes us as individuals and us a country good.

This isn't only bullshit, it's bat-shit-crazy.

Obviously, the Republicans are not without faults.

Obviously, though you never seem to have the time to point them out.

However, these faults do not include living only to destroy America.

Tell that to these dip shits.

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MAGA
3.1.3  seeder  MAGA  replied to  Tessylo @3.1.1    one week ago

The changing definitions of family are not legitimate changes and they have caused nothing but trouble for the country.  The three steps to be most certain to avoid poverty in America are 1. Get high school diploma, 2. Get married after age 20.  3. Have children only after getting married.  

 
 
 
Krishna
3.1.4  Krishna  replied to  Dismayed Patriot @3.1.2    one week ago

They love the Russians!

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American soldiers’ lives are in danger and Trump has done nothing to stop it. Add ‘America First’ to the laundry list of scams Trump has sold in his life. It’s clearly Trump first, Russia second, and America last.

 
 
 
MAGA
3.1.5  seeder  MAGA  replied to  Krishna @3.1.4    one week ago
 
 
 
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MAGA
4  seeder  MAGA    one week ago

This is the photo that came with the article that I thought we weren’t supposed to replace:

It’s not Trump vs. Biden; It’s Freedom vs. Totalitarianism

Parker Beauregard

For all of his flaws (who among us does not have flaws?), Donald Trump is ...

FTR

 
 
 
Dismayed Patriot
4.1  Dismayed Patriot  replied to  MAGA @4    one week ago
For all of his flaws (who among us does not have flaws?), Donald Trump is ... FTR

Forever Tainted Refuse?

Fornicating Twisted Reject

Fucking Totally Repulsive?

Faithless Tyrannical Rube?

Fascist Two-Faced Repugnance?

 
 
 
MAGA
4.1.2  seeder  MAGA  replied to  Dismayed Patriot @4.1    one week ago

We don’t claim that Trump is perfect.  We are all sinners fallen short of the glory of God.  But all your words above actually define Joe Biden.  

 
 
 
TᵢG
4.1.3  TᵢG  replied to  Dismayed Patriot @4.1    one week ago

Failing to Recover

 
 
 
MAGA
4.1.4  seeder  MAGA  replied to  TᵢG @4.1.3    one week ago

See #5 below....

 
 
 
MAGA
5  seeder  MAGA    one week ago

Here’s some great news!  

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-eight percent (48%) disapprove.   https://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/trump_administration/prez_track_jul31

 
 
 
MAGA
6  seeder  MAGA    6 days ago

Donald Trump in US election polls surge as voters trust him to revive COVID-19 hit economy

A BELIEF that Donald Trump can revive the US economy after the coronavirus crisis could see him returned to the White House, a shock new poll has revealed.

22:00, Sat, Aug 1, 2020 | UPDATED: 12:11, Sun, Aug 2, 2020

US Election: Trump and Biden to face each other in November

The third in a series of monthly Democracy Institute/ Sunday Express polls has given President Trump a surprise lead over his Democrat rival of 48 percent to 46 percent, his clearest lead yet.

Crucially, President Trump has a lead of 48 percent to 43 percent in the swing states Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin which would put him back in the White House with an electoral college tally of 309 to Biden’s 229.

Specifically, in Florida Trump has a 47 to 45 point lead, Minnesota (where the black lives matters protests began) a 46/45 lead, and New Hampshire a 46/43 lead.

The polling suggests Mr Trump is emerging as the race leader because of a belief he is best in handling the economy. 

With a third of voters putting the economy as the top election issue and 66 percent thinking that the economy is bouncing back after coronavirus, voters believe that Trump is better for the economy by 57 percent to 43 percent.

Writing for the Sunday Express, Director of the Democracy Institute Patrick Basham suggested that the Biden campaign may have “reached its high water mark”.

He said: “Although Biden remains in a competitive race with Donald Trump, and may well do so until election day, his support isn’t growing. And, tellingly, almost all of the issues that matter most to voters are trending in President Trump’s favour.

“More Americans are concerned about the economy and keeping their current, or getting a new, job. They don’t especially blame Trump for the lockdown-induced economic contraction, and they think he’ll do a better job of righting the economic ship than Biden.”

But while most polls have a clear lead for Biden following criticism of President Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic, the Democracy Institute poll again shows that Trump is winning from “shy voters” who do not want to tell people they are voting for him.

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Donald Trump in US election polls surge as voters trust him to revive COVID-19 hit economy (Image: Getty)

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Director of the Democracy Institute Patrick Basham suggested that the Biden campaign may have 'reached its high water mark' (Image: Getty)

According to the poll 71 percent of Trump voters are “shy” to admit it compared to 66 percent a month ago.

However, 79 percent of Trump voters are enthusiastic about their candidate compared to just 41 percent of Biden voters, two points lower than a month ago.

Meanwhile, only 4 percent of Trump voters believe they could change their mind while 10 percent of Biden voters could switch.

Concerns that Mr Biden may be suffering from the early stages of dementia are also increasingly boosting Donald Trump’s chances of victory in the Presidential election, a new poll has revealed.

According to this month’s poll 58 percent believe Mr Biden is suffering from cognitive decline compared to 55 percent last month.

More worryingly for the former Vice President and Senator, is that 48 percent are less likely to vote for him as a result compared to 40 percent a month ago.

This follows a series of public missteps by Mr Biden, 77, has stumbled with his words, mangled names and concepts and appeared to drift off subject.

It means that hsi choice of vice president running mate due shortly could be crucial in the final outcome of the election, especially if he picks a candidate from the left.

The importance of the presidential debates is underlined by the fact that 62 percent to 38 percent believe Trump will win the first one.

The one issue that continues to bug President Trump is his handling of the coronavirus crisis.

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Concerns that Mr Biden may be suffering from the early stages of dementia are also increasingly boosting Donald Trump’s chances of victory (Image: Getty)

According to the poll one in five Americans see it as the top election issue putting it level with education and behind the economy.

However, 49 percent disapprove of President Trump’s handling of the crisis while only 41 percent approve.

Nevertheless 64 percent support Mr Trump’s calls for schools to reopen soon in the wake of the crisis.

According to political analyst Nick Wood, former director of communications for the Conservative Party, international evidence suggests that the handling of the coronavirus is making or breaking ruling parties in elections. 

He said: “Boris Johnson’s calling of the early election in December 2019 may have been a masterstroke in more ways than one

“With a stable majority and five years in power, Boris won’t be tested at the polls on his handling of the pandemic

“Most other world leaders do not have that luxury – as coronavirus has been influencing elections throughout 2020.”

In French municipal elections in March and June, President Macron’s party received a huge defeat with his handling of the coronavirus pandemic seen as a major factor.

According to a Redfield & Wilton Strategies poll 43 percent thought the country was not ready for the pandemic.

But in South Korea, the government was resoundingly reelected in April 2020, after huge public support for the government’s handling of coronavirus. 

South Korea is considered one of the global leaders in containing the pandemic and has arguably the world’s leading testing and  tracking system.

Mr Wood said: “This offers an insight into future elections in the time of COVID: most notably the US election due on November 3, and others such as Georgia  in October and New Zealand in September.

“For example, parliamentary elections in Georgia in October are likely to reward the Georgian Government’s handling of the crisis. Georgia has one of the lowest COVID rates in the world, with only 15 deaths, and has been praised by the WHO, US, EU and others. 

“ The government banned flights from China as early as January, and locked down quickly and effectively early on in the pandemic, with the government providing support for businesses and employees to survive the economic shock. The economy has now re-opened, and the country is welcoming foreign tourists for its summer season.

“The incumbent Georgian Dream party is ahead in polling for the October Parliamentary elections and deserves to be rewarded for its competent handling of COVID-19, just as South Korea’s government was rewarded.

“Similarly, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has gained praise for her response to COVID-19, and is running for re-elected in September. She is expected to win, also, thanks to public confidence in her government’s crisis management.”

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Mr Biden, 77, has stumbled with his words, mangled names and concepts and appeared to drift off subject (Image: Getty)

Democracy Institute/ Sunday Express poll results

National Popular Vote

  • Trump = 48%

  • Biden = 46%

  • Undecided = 6%  


  • White voters: Trump = 53%   Biden = 46% 

  • Black: Trump 20%    Biden = 77% 

  • Hispanic: Trump 38%    Biden = 51% 

 

Battleground States – Popular Vote  

Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin  

  • Trump = 48%

  • Biden = 43%

  • Undecided = 9%  

Florida – Popular Vote

  • Trump = 47%

  • Biden = 45%

  • Undecided = 8%

Minnesota – Popular Vote

  • Trump = 46%

  • Biden = 45%

  • Undecided = 9%

New Hampshire – Popular Vote

  • Trump = 46%

  • Biden = 43%

  • Undecided = 11%

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President Trump has a lead of 48 percent to 43 percent in the swing states Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin (Image: Getty)

Electoral College Vote Projection (if election voting mirrored these poll results)

270 needed to win

  • Trump = 309 [picks-up Minnesota & New Hampshire]

  • Biden = 229 [picks-up Wisconsin]

Enthusiasm Gap?

Q. “Are you strongly or very enthusiastic about your choice of candidate?”

  • Trump voters = 79%

  • Biden voters = 41%

Q. “Is your vote for Trump/Biden a positive vote for your candidate or a negative vote against his opponent?

  • Trump voters: positive vote = 84%; negative vote = 16%

  • Biden voters: positive vote = 32%; negative vote = 68%

Q “Could your vote change before Election Day?”

  • Trump voters: Yes = 4%

  • Biden voters: Yes = 10%

 

‘Shy’ Trump Vote? 

Questions to Undecided Voters

Q “Does a relative, friend, or coworker plan to vote for Trump?”

  • Yes = 71%

  • No = 29%

Q “Will President Trump be reelected?”

  • Yes = 54%

  • No = 46%

Q “Which candidate will win the first presidential debate?”

  • Trump = 62%

  • Biden = 38 %

Question to All Voters  

Q “Are you comfortable with your relatives, friends, and coworkers knowing how you vote?”

  • Trump voters: Yes = 27%

  • Biden voters: Yes = 83%

Q “Which candidate will win the first presidential debate?”

  • Trump = 53%

  • Biden = 47%

Trump’s National Job Approval

  • Approve = 50%

  • Disapprove = 48%

Party ID

  • Republican = 84%

  • Democrat = 25%

  • Independent = 44%

Race/ethnicity

  • White = 57%

  • Black = 40%

  • Hispanic = 43%

Gender

  • Men = 53%

  • Women = 45%

Religion

  • Evangelical = 90%

  • Protestant = 59%

  • Catholic = 61%

  • Jewish = 32%

  • Atheist = 12%

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Only 4 percent of Trump voters believe they could change their mind (Image: Getty)

Age

  • 65 years & over = 55%

  • 45-64 years = 62%

  • 30-44 years = 43%

  • 18-29 years = 37%

Marital Status

  • Married 62%

  • Single 29%

Policy

Q “Which issue is most important to you?”

  • Economy/jobs = 32%

  • Education = 20%

  • Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic = 20%

  • Immigration = 14%

Economy

Q “Is the economy rebounding from the COVID-19 pandemic-induced shutdown?”

  • Yes = 66%

  • No = 34%

Q “Which candidate do you trust to do the best job handling the economy?”

  • Trump = 57%

  • Biden = 43%

Pandemic 

Q “Do you approve/disapprove of President Trump’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic?”

  • Approve = 41%

  • Disapprove = 49%

 Q “Will Trump or Biden do a better job of standing up to China?” 

  • Trump = 62%

  • Biden = 34%

Education 

Q “Do you want your local school to re-open soon?”

  • Yes = 64 %

  • No = 36%

Race

Black Lives Matter

Q “Which phrase better fits your own thinking about race in America?”

  • Black Lives Matter = 27%

  • All Lives Matter = 73%

Biden’s Running Mate

Q “Would Joe Biden’s selection of an African American running mate make you more or less likely to vote for him?”

  • More likely 15%

  • Less likely 8%

  • No difference 77%

  Monuments / Statues

Q “Do you approve or disapprove of the removal of historic monuments and statues because certain individuals or groups find them offensive?”

  • Approve 15%

  • Disapprove 77%

  • Don’t Know 8%

Policing / Law & Order

 Q “Has President Trump’s approach to the ongoing protests and riots been too tough, just right under the circumstances, or not tough enough?” 

  • Too tough 25%

  • Just right 27%

  • Not tough enough 48%

Q “Do you approve/disapprove of President Trump’s handling of the protests and riots?” 

  • Approve = 61%

  • Disapprove = 39%

Q “Has Joe Biden been sufficiently critical of the violent rioting?”

  • Yes = 35%

  • No = 63%

Q “Should government prioritise law & order on city streets or prioritise improving relations between Black Americans and the police?” 

  • Law & order = 69% 

  • Improving relations between Black Americans & police = 27%

Q “Do you support de-funding your local police department?” 

  • Yes = 16% 

  • No = 75%

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The one issue that continues to bug President Trump is his handling of the coronavirus crisis (Image: Getty)

Candidate Characteristics 

Biden’s Mental Acuity

Q “Do you think Joe Biden is experiencing some form of cognitive decline, such as the early stages of dementia?” 

  • Yes 58%

  • No 40%

  • Don’t know 2%

Q “Does your opinion of Joe Biden’s mental acuity make you more or less likely to vote for him?”

  • More likely 18%

  • Less likely 48%

  • No difference 34%

Leadership

Q “Is Trump/Biden a strong leader?”

  • Trump = 69%

  • Biden = 24%

Q “Is Trump/Biden a consensus builder?”

  • Trump = 20%

  • Biden = 58%

Q “Is Donald Trump a populist?”

  • Yes = 75%

  • No = 25%

Q “Is Joe Biden an establishment politician?”

  • Yes = 63%

  • No = 37%

Personal Trait 

Q “Is Trump/Biden too old to be president?”

  • Trump = 37%

  • Biden = 60%

Q “Is Trump/Biden a likeable person?”

  • Trump = 29%

  • Biden = 58%

https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1317435/donald-trump-polls-us-election-2020-joe-biden-latest-news

 
 
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