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Gravis Poll: Trump Approval 42 Percent

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President Donald Trump has a 41.7 percent approval rating and a 77 percent approval rating among Republicans, according to a new Gravis poll first obtained by Big League Politics.

Though Trump’s 42 percent mark is lower than his recent 50 percent showing in a different poll, the results cut largely across partisan lines. 49 percent of Americans disapprove of Trump’s performance so far. The fact that 23 percent of Republicans would not put themselves in the “Approve” category clearly drove Trump’s number down.

Trump’s recent bombing of Bashar al-Assad government targets in Syria has a 51 percent approval rating against a 40 percent disapproval, according to Gravis. His approval rating on his handling of the failed “Obamacare 2.0” bill was 27 percent, which can be perceived as a repudiation of the bill itself and not merely of his inability to pass it. His approval rating on the biggest issues identified by Gravis — the economy, North Korea, and ISIS — stands at 43 percent against a 47 percent disapproval.

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Trump fared a lot better in the poll than Congress, which has a 15 percent approval rating and a 71 percent disapproval rating.

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According to Gravis:

“Gravis Marketing, a nonpartisan research firm, conducted a random survey of 1,665 registered voters across the United States. The poll was conducted from April 19th through the 20th and has a margin of error of ±2.4%.  The total may not round to 100% because of rounding.  The poll was conducted using interactive voice responses and online panels of cell phone users, with the results weighted by voting patterns.”

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POLL: Trump is Neck and Neck With Biden in Florida

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President Donald Trump has just taken the lead for the first time in Florida, according to a RealClearPolitics poll released on October 27, 2020, despite Democrats lead in early voting.

The website’s average of polls shows that Trump holds a razor thin 0.4 percent advantage over his Democrat challenger Joe Biden. About 2.7 million Democrats have already cast their ballots in the Sunshine State, a narrow lead over the approximately 2.4 million Republicans who voted early. Approximately 1.3 million Floridians cast votes without any party affiliation.

Florida is an electorally crucial state. Democrats have won the general election only twice without winning Florida since 1860. John Kennedy won the presidency in 1960 and Bill Clinton in 1992 without picking up Florida.

Trump beat Hilary Clinton by a razor thin 1.2 percent margin in 2016.

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However, there might be a recent twist in the nature of the Florida battle. On October 28, 2020, RealClearPolitics noted that race between Trump and Biden is effectively tied. These numbers will likely fluctuate from here until November 3, 2020.

Florida is rather interesting because of its Caribbean Hispanic voting demographic, which does not vote as solidly Democrat as other Hispanic groups in the state. Trump’s nationalist message has likely made inroads with this demographic, along with working class whites in Florida’s Panhandle.

Trump must continue positioning himself as the sole nationalist candidate in this race. Campaigning as a generic Conservatism Inc. candidate will put voters to sleep and likely threaten Trump’s chances in the Sunshine State.  Trump should take note and ignore all conventional wisdom.

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