Monday, September 5, 2022

More than 8 out of 10 Republican Voters Think Trump Wins in 2024: Poll; Voters Moving to the Right Across Almost Every Demographic, Says Massive Survey, and related stories

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More than 8 out of 10 Republican voters think Trump wins in 2024: Poll:
More than 80% of Republican voters are hopeful that former President Donald Trump can win the 2024 election, according to a new poll.
A USA Today-Ipsos poll released Sunday found that nearly 6 out of 10 Republican voters believe Trump “deserves reelection” and should be the Republican nominee.
While Trump has yet to announce his candidacy for a 2024 White House bid formally, he has hinted at the possibility multiple times.
President Joe Biden has also said he intends to run for reelection despite low approval ratings and health concerns. The USA Today-Ipsos poll found that 60% of Democrats said they think Biden can win if he does run in 2024.
Poll results also showed that 85% of Democrats think Biden “is focused on bringing the country together and finding compromise,” compared to 70% of Republicans who said they think the same of Trump. --->READ MORE HERE
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Voters Moving to the Right Across Almost Every Demographic, Says Massive Survey:
Morning Consult has reported five years’ worth of data from over 8.6 million participants that shows a trend of America’s registered voters moving steadily to the ideological right.
“The left is losing the battle for the minds of the American electorate, Morning Consult research shows, with voters decreasingly identifying as liberal in recent years,” writes Morning Consult political reporter Eli Yokley. “But that doesn’t mean the country is lurching to the right.”
Yokley then makes an effort to pretend the trend isn’t what it looks like: “Instead, an increase in the share of Americans who identify as moderate, or who are uncertain about where exactly they stand on the ideological spectrum, reveals a growing and electorally decisive center that is discontented with either side’s extremes.”
Except that the percentage of voters who identify as conservative actually increased slightly, while only those who call themselves liberal decreased. Call me crazy but that just sounds like Democrats are turning away from far-left ideology to become more moderate:
The share of the electorate who identifies as “very liberal,” “liberal” or “somewhat liberal” on a seven-point scale has dropped over the past five years, from 34% to 27%, according to extensive annual Morning Consult survey research conducted among more than 8.6 million U.S. voters since 2017.
Meanwhile, “Even as Democratic voters drift toward the middle, the data shows that the Republican Party’s adherents are shifting further to the right — and it’s happening quickly,” writes Yokley. --->READ MORE HERE
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