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September 22, 2016
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Polls Darken for Democrats
as Trump Pulls Ahead in More States
and Now Has Electoral College Path
Donald Trump & the Electoral College
See Trump ‘Suddenly’ Has Electoral College Path, The Daily Walk with Miracles, September 17, 2016, by Paul Evans, from which: article excerpt from Trump cracks the Electoral College lock: “A new round of state polls shows Donald Trump suddenly has a path to 270 electoral votes,” Politico, September 15, 2016, by Steven Shepard. If Politico, which tends to have a somewhat liberal bias, is saying Donald Trump has a path to the White House, that is truly significant. Politico indicates that if the election were held today, Trump would likely have 266 electoral votes down pat, with a likelihood of at least some more coming his way. A good video to watch is Schlapp: Trump now has a path to an Electoral College win, Fox News on YouTube, added September 16, 2016 — 1:09.
Paul Evans: “Hillary has a new ad out featuring Biden, Obama and her in a huge “I CARE” push. The Democrats can do that, they advocate all the huge social programs, right? But I don’t see them coming out with six weeks of maternity leave for women. And maybe under Donald Trump we can get to the point where 75 percent of Americans aren’t living paycheck to paycheck.”
Donald Trump in the News
See Polls darken for Democrats, The Hill, January 15, 2016, by Jonathan Easley: Paul Evans: All of this election cycle the political pundits have been prophesying doom and gloom for Senate Republicans, and maybe for Republicans in the House, too, because of the Trump candidacy. This whole dynamic has changed and the press are just starting to realize this. The question now might be, how big are his coat-tails?
Hillary Clinton’s once formidable lead over Donald Trump in national and battleground polls is evaporating.
Trump has pulled into the lead in Florida [which has slipped back into an almost even race in recent days] and Ohio, two crucial states where he has trailed Clinton for most of the race, and several states that once looked out of reach for Trump — Colorado and Virginia, among them — suddenly appear competitive.
One survey showed Trump swinging to a lead in Nevada, a state that President Obama carried with ease during both of his presidential campaigns. And a poll of Iowa, which has only gone for the GOP nominee once in the last seven elections, found Trump ahead by 8 points.
Trumponomics: The Trump Economic Plan
See Jack Welch: I Love Trump’s Tax Plan and Capping Deductions On the Rich, The Daily Walk with Miracles, September 20, 2016, by Paul Evans:
Paul Evans: OMG, Jack Welch “Loves” it. I should make clear that Welch is a retired General Electric CEO, not the current one. General Electric, so far as my memory allows, has always hired a team of some 500 accountants and so General Electric, the world’s largest manufacturer of electrical and electronic components, manages to pay ZERO taxes each year. (That helped the economy, Jack, didn’t it?) I am VERY surprised to see he favors capping and limiting deductions for business and for the rich. This means, I THINK, that the message of the immorality of our inequality, and also that this inequality and injustice has negative consequences for businesses and our economy, is getting out. Actually I think equality and morality are side-benefits for a lot of these people, the point is, it will grow the economy. So-called Christian business leaders might be coming to somewhat more reasonable, equitable understandings, under which America might actually prosper. The economy will prosper when there are equitable, fair mechanisms by which money is handled, and NOT UNLESS there are equitable mechanisms. God is not mocked, you business leaders. This is good news. Trump’s plan isn’t any kind of “voodoo economics,” people, cut the tax rate and then make the tax system more equitable, this isn’t “weird” economics, it’s FAIR economics. Please share this article with your friends.
See The Hill: Why a Trump victory in November is a virtual certainty, The Daily Walk with Miracles, September 14, 2016, by Paul Evans: The best predictive model known gives Donald Trump, who now leads among “likely” voters in recent polls, an 87 percent chance of being our next President, and so does Google Trends.
The Birther Issue
See Trump Drops False ‘Birther’ Theory, but Floats a New One: Clinton Started It, The New York Times, September 16, 2016, by Maggie Haberman and Alan Rappeport: “Clinton in campaign 2008 started the birther theory. I finished it.” Paul Evans: really I think Americans are sick of the whole thing, even though the media cover it in a snyde, entertaining way. This is a frivolous issue and it’s been getting dominating news coverage for several years now, let’s move on. Even the President is getting into this. CNN: “President Obama joked that he is “shocked” he would be asked about the latest birther controversy.” Why, he’s been getting this for eight years now, you mean he’s not used to it? For me, the candidate that “wins” this point will be the one who realizes he doesn’t have to make the most recent statement about it, and speaks about something significant, instead. If questioned on it as a candidate, I would say dismissively, “I ‘no longer’ regard this as a legitimate issue.” Don’t the Democrats and Republicans have something more significant to the campaign and for America’s future to bicker about than THIS?
Hillary’s Enthusiasm Gap
See Enthusiasm gap looms for Clinton, The Hill, September 16, 2016, by Niall Stanage. Paul Evans: This is the whole ball of wax, GOTV (get out the vote). While in once recent poll Clinton held a slight lead among registered voters, Trump led among likely voters. The problem for Hillary basically is, among others, that people are sick and tired of the Clintons, and they basically KNOW they don’t trust them, while they are not sure about Trump. The level of “enthusiasm” or likeliness to actually go out and vote for Hillary is just not there.
Trump Polling, Demographics and Race
Today’s news: See Poll: Trump leads Clinton by 2 nationally, The Hill, September 20, 2016, by Mark Hensch:
“Approximately 50 days before the election, multiple polls show a tightening race between Clinton and Trump at both the national and state levels.
“Clinton leads Trump by less than 1 point in the latest RealClearPolitics average of national polls.”
Paul Evans: Yes, but this whole question of polls is misleading. Clinton is roughly tied with Trump in most polls, but in polls of LIKELY voters, the ones who actually go out and vote, Trump leads by a couple points these days. And sometimes and in some polls Trump leads beyond the margin of error of the poll, in other words he’s almost a shoe-in, (see below). Also from today, see Trump Support Among Hispanics Better Than Expected, NewsMax, September 20, 2016, by Theodore Bunker: “Republican candidate Donald Trump is polling better than expected with Hispanic voters, on par with previous GOP nominee Mitt Romney, The Hill reports.” As I see it many if not most Hispanics are at heart basically conservative in their values, but are beguiled by false Democratic Party promises as well as the whole issue of The Wall and tough deportation talk. But I am certain that the trip to Mexico Trump made played well with them. To me it seemed almost a stroke of genius on Trump’s part. If Hispanics are led to believe, factually and by Hispanic leaders, that Donald Trump offers some kind of a path to a better life, however difficult, they just might swing over to Trump in larger numbers still. Media coverage about race and ethnicity in the mainstream media isn’t helping Trump, it is more skewed to Hillary than on any other issue. See CNN Falsely Reports Trump Wants ‘Racial Profiling’, NewsMax, September 20, 2016, by NewsMax. The Daily Walk with Miracles asks that you keep in mind, Mr. Trump, that Hispanic voters are 16 percent of America’s population and that this is too large of a voting block to just alienate them en masse without probable negative consequences for the final election results. Trump might win anyway, but I wish he would ameliorate his positions somewhat and try not to be so xenophobic. Remember, Mr. Trump, that in the 19th century the Irish and Italians were the hated immigrants, and today they are totally assimilated into American culture. Of course, in a sense almost all of us here, ultimately, are immigrants, right?