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Poll Shows Creepy Joe, Little Peter Tied Behind Crazy Bernie in New Hampshire

Biden and Buttigieg are statistically tied in the Granite State.

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Biden Buttigieg Tied New Hampshire

A New Hampshire poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden and South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg tied for second place behind Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in the Granite State.

The University of New Hampshire poll reveals Biden is polling at 12 percent of support, while Buttigieg is statistically tied at 11 per cent.

Sanders is in the lead with 18 percent of voters saying they will vote for the socialist candidate, though a whopping 40 per cent of voters are currently undecided on their preferred candidate or refused to answer the question when polled.

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After the three top contenders, the massive number of Democrats in the fray all poll below 5 per cent.

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Sen. Kamala Harris, Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke, Sen. Cory Booker, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren are all statistically tied at roughly 4 per cent of support, while the other Democrat candidates do not even register.

Wayne Messam, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Tim Ryan, Sen. Tulsi Gabbard, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Andrew Yang, and various other names register between 0 and 1 per cent of support. These include names that voters appear to have added as part of an open ended question, including Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Barack Obama.

The poll was conducted between April 10 and April 18, and included 549 New Hampshire adults, including 241 Democrats and 208 Republicans.

Interestingly, the poll also reveals that Republican voter enthusiasm for the primary competes heavily with the Democrat Party’s enthusiasm.

44 per cent of Republicans say they are “extremely interested” in voting in the 2020 primary, while 55 per cent of Democrats are “extremely interested” in voting.

In both parties, 80 per cent of voters say they will “definitely vote” in the party primary come 2020.

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Senator Tim Scott Predicts “50% Increase” In Black Support for Trump in 2020

Such a shift would be a game changer.

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South Carolina Senator Tim Scott is predicting a “50% increase” in support for Donald Trump in the 2020 election.

Scott made the prediction in an interview with Fox News’ Neil Cavuto on Friday.

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President Trump will see a 50 percent increase in his African-American support. It will go from 8 percent in 2016 to a minimum of 12 percent in 2020. He may even get to 15 percent of the African American vote, and that is game over.”

Such a small slice of the black vote may seem small, but it very well could prove enough to be impactful in swing states such as Michigan and Pennsylvania. Scott pointed to President Trump’s performance on economic policy as a possible factor in drawing black support to the GOP in 2020.

“[Trump] had an executive order to increase affordability of home ownership, and African American home ownership since he took office is up about 2%… President Trump is not just talking a good game, he is walking a good game.”

Scott pointed to the possibility of a Michael Bloomberg nomination alienating some Black Americans from the Democratic Party.

African Americans have been one of the most consistent voting blocs for the Democratic Party since the 1960’s. Some blacks are concerned that they’re not a priority for the Democratic Party in an era where the party has made generous policy concessions to various demographic groups.

A realignment of some Black Americans into the Republican Party wouldn’t be without precedent in American history. African Americans originally strongly supported the reconstruction-era Republican Party when they were granted voting rights(in theory) after the Civil War. The first black U.S Senator and House Representative was a Republican.

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