Trump faces severe suburban slump
October 29, 2019
“The problem with doing these kinds of polls now is that they offer voters a choice between Trump, who is incredibly well defined, and some imaginary Democratic nominee who they can imbue with whatever characteristics and proposals they would like best. That’s just not reality,” said Chris Wilson, a Republican pollster.
“One part of the winning Trump coalition is giving these voters the clear choice between a president whose rhetorical style may turn them off but who has a solid record on taxes and the economy and the kind of far-left policy ideas that an Elizabeth Warren or other Democratic nominee is likely to have endorsed,” Wilson said. “The other element of the winning Trump coalition is further cementing both margins and turnout in rural and exurban areas.”
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