Democrats are working overtime to take out President Trump.
But he is fighting back.
And Trump was grinning from ear to ear after getting poll results Democrats fear.
Considering that the major media networks are all headquartered in far-left cities, it isn’t surprising that they truly believe that the public stands against President Trump.
Virtually everybody in liberal areas of places like New York and California viciously oppose President Trump.
But if you go to Middle America, or to working class areas in the rust belt, you will find massive amounts of support for Trump.
These are people who are seeing the benefits of Trump’s presidency firsthand.
They have more money in their pockets and more job prospects than they ever did under Barack Obama.
So when the mainstream media claims that America is unified against Trump, they are ignoring those people, and are relying on the coastal elites to make their case.
But when looking at polls that include Middle America, it makes a clear case that Trump is still extremely popular among the American people.
Two new polls prove that fact.
One poll from Marquette Law measured voter sentiment in Wisconsin, which Trump won in 2016 in a surprising upset.
The poll shows that 51 percent oppose impeaching Trump, while only 44 percent support his impeachment.
Nobody expected that Trump would win Wisconsin in 2016.
But he had a message that resonated with working class voters and allowed him to win by 44,000 votes.
And it isn’t just Wisconsin that Trump still holds strong support in.
A New York Times Upshot/Siena College Poll includes voters in the battleground states of Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, North Carolina, Arizona, and Florida.
The poll shows that 53 percent oppose impeaching Trump, while only 43 percent support it.
These polls include a mix of Republican, Democrat, and Independent voters.
But even with that, the actual number of those who oppose impeachment is likely much higher.
Trump has proven time and time again that he outperforms polls.
The polls showed him losing all six of those states going into the 2016 election after all.
But even if the numbers are accurate, it is encouraging to President Trump, who is currently battling Democrats like Adam Schiff who are working overtime to impeach him.
Despite the media incessantly pushing the Democrats’ claims about President Trump, he is able to hold strong support in states that he needs to win to be re-elected come 2020.
There is no Democrat that can hold such strong support in these key states.
None of the Democrats in the race currently are even very popular to begin with.
For months, Joe Biden was expected to be the Democrat nominee.
But recent polling shows his chances slipping as he gets closer to Election Day.
He is currently in fourth place in polling for the Iowa Caucuses, which no Democrat in decades has been able to lose and go on to become the Democrat nominee for President.
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