Democrats could be on the verge of getting a second consecutive wake-up call on election night.
And like in 2016, they never saw it coming.
Now Joe Biden got some really bad news about a blue state he thought was in the bag.
Democrats and the fake news media are committed to the narrative that the polls show Joe Biden on the precipice of a blowout victory over Donald Trump.
The current Real Clear Politics polling average shows Biden holding an 8.6 percent lead over the President.
These polls – the fake news claimed – dashed the President’s hopes of expanding the electoral map and instead play defense in states he already won.
But that may not be the true state of the race.
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski spoke to Breitbart News Daily and told host Alex Marlow that all the private polling – which is superior to public polling because more resources are committed to only screening for likely voters – showed Donald Trump within the margin of error in the blue state of New Hampshire.
“In my home state of New Hampshire, every private internal poll that I have seen — not just of the Trump campaign’s, but of other candidates’ races — [is] showing that [the state] is absolutely within the margin,” Lewandowski told Breitbart.
Lewandowski recalled that Trump only lost New Hampshire to Hillary Clinton by 2,700 votes and that the Trump coalition was ready to reassemble for the President’s re-election bid.
“It is important to remember that in 2016, Donald Trump lost in the Hampshire race by [approximately] 2,700 votes,” Lewandowski recalled. “That’s an unbelievably small number. So the silent majority is real, because the shaming that the public does to Trump supporters is why these people don’t put up Trump signs or wear Make America Great Again hats because the media is after these people,” Lewandowski added.
“They will absolutely come out and vote,” Lewandowski continued. “We saw that in 2016 when Donald Trump shocked the world. It wasn’t a shock to some of us.”
The Trump campaign also must have internal polling data that shows New Hampshire is in play because it scheduled a rally in New Hampshire before calling it off due to a threatening rain storm.
A candidate’s time is the scarcest resource in any campaign.
And that doubly goes for the President of the United States.
The Trump campaign would not waste a day sending the President to New Hampshire unless they knew their polls showed the President was in striking distance in the Granite State and that a rally would move the numbers.
Polls missed Trump’s victory in 2016 because pollsters undersampled Trump voters.
Corey Lewandowski is warning the pollsters may be making the same mistake again.
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