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It's OVER MORONS!!! Last Call: Undecideds Now Breaking for Trump. Shy Trump Voter Profile Has Changed. Young Dems Voting...Trump?


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It's one of the great scenes in the film My Cousin Vinny, when Joe Pesci’s character talks about the “yuts.” Of course, he meant youths. And in elections, these votes matter especially for Democrats. Young people were energized by Barack Obama, yes. But that era is over. It’s done. Hillary Clinton had the mindset that the Obama coalition was transferable. It wasn’t. And right now, it appears the youth vote is simply not energized to vote this year, especially for Joe Biden. If early vote totals are down, you know these kids aren’t showing up Election Day. In Minnesota, only three percent of ballots came from the 18-24 age bloc. To boot, we have a survey indicating that maybe one in three young Democrats are voting for…Donald Trump. College Finance did a general survey of this demographic, asking respondents about issues facing this age group. There were questions about the economy, but also COVID, student loan debt, and “the security of America’s economic future.” You can read the full study here, but how did these Gen Z voters break down for their 2020 decision:

 

Donald Trump received much more support from his own party than Joe Biden did from his, at least as far as Gen Z voters are concerned. While 75% of Republicans wanted to stick with Trump, Democrats were not as resoundingly behind Biden. In fact, more than a third of Democrats (34.4%) said they intended to vote for Trump. As one 21-year-old man articulated, “I think President Trump has done an excellent job making people from both sides skeptical of the government and its intentions.” A 22-year-old woman voiced concern over “memory issues” from which Biden may suffer in office.

 

Biden certainly had some supporters, however. Almost a quarter of Republican Gen Z voters intend to check his name in the ballot box this year, and 40% of those without a political affiliation would be choosing him as well. As one 19-year-old woman shared, “I feel that unseating the current president is a large priority right now, so while I don’t completely agree with many of the Democratic candidate’s values, I believe he is the better choice …”

More than 1 in 10 Gen Zers intended to not vote at all, however.

 

The study also noted that nearly three in five Gen Z voters will be voting for the economy over their personal values. Additionally, the same margin feels that Donald Trump will best handle Post-COVID-19 economic stability, including over four in ten Democrats and almost four in five Republicans. Overall, 52% believe Trump is the candidate that will best ensure the security of America’s economic future. Now, we have to be upfront here. The survey was less than 300 respondents. It was 252 to be exact.

 

“Survey data has certain limitations related to self-reporting. These limitations include telescoping, exaggeration, and selective memory,” they said. “We didn’t weigh our data or statistically test our hypotheses. This was an exploratory study of Generation Z’s outlook on politics and financial security.” Well, the sample size is pretty small. The holy trinity is usually a minimum of 300 people for a congressional race, 600 for a statewide race, and 1,000 for a national poll. Yet, I’ve seen some polls from mainstream outlets with polls with shoddy sample sizes as well. 

 

 

 

 

 

Yet, let’s shift gears and look at the youth who are voting right now. For starters, more 2016 Gary Johnson voters are breaking for Trump as are undecided voters. And while scores of voters hate Trump, they hate the COVID lockdowns, even more, especially young voters. Democracy Institute Poll, which nailed Brexit, released their final results showing an Electoral College landslide for Trump. Nevada is in play due to the surge in new gun owners. And they too, like College Finance and others, noted that youth enthusiasm to vote is down. A recent Democracy Institute poll projected one million fewer votes from young people. Well, it sure looks that way right now, and those who are voting, a good chunk is breaking for Trump. It’s true. Electing Joe Biden will usher in lockdown city for all with Dr. Anthony Fauci as the high lord medical chancellor. 

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2 minutes ago, MidnightMax said:

It's one of the great scenes in the film My Cousin Vinny, when Joe Pesci’s character talks about the “yuts.” Of course, he meant youths. And in elections, these votes matter especially for Democrats. Young people were energized by Barack Obama, yes. But that era is over. It’s done. Hillary Clinton had the mindset that the Obama coalition was transferable. It wasn’t. And right now, it appears the youth vote is simply not energized to vote this year, especially for Joe Biden. If early vote totals are down, you know these kids aren’t showing up Election Day. In Minnesota, only three percent of ballots came from the 18-24 age bloc. To boot, we have a survey indicating that maybe one in three young Democrats are voting for…Donald Trump. College Finance did a general survey of this demographic, asking respondents about issues facing this age group. There were questions about the economy, but also COVID, student loan debt, and “the security of America’s economic future.” You can read the full study here, but how did these Gen Z voters break down for their 2020 decision:

 

Donald Trump received much more support from his own party than Joe Biden did from his, at least as far as Gen Z voters are concerned. While 75% of Republicans wanted to stick with Trump, Democrats were not as resoundingly behind Biden. In fact, more than a third of Democrats (34.4%) said they intended to vote for Trump. As one 21-year-old man articulated, “I think President Trump has done an excellent job making people from both sides skeptical of the government and its intentions.” A 22-year-old woman voiced concern over “memory issues” from which Biden may suffer in office.

 

Biden certainly had some supporters, however. Almost a quarter of Republican Gen Z voters intend to check his name in the ballot box this year, and 40% of those without a political affiliation would be choosing him as well. As one 19-year-old woman shared, “I feel that unseating the current president is a large priority right now, so while I don’t completely agree with many of the Democratic candidate’s values, I believe he is the better choice …”

More than 1 in 10 Gen Zers intended to not vote at all, however.

 

The study also noted that nearly three in five Gen Z voters will be voting for the economy over their personal values. Additionally, the same margin feels that Donald Trump will best handle Post-COVID-19 economic stability, including over four in ten Democrats and almost four in five Republicans. Overall, 52% believe Trump is the candidate that will best ensure the security of America’s economic future. Now, we have to be upfront here. The survey was less than 300 respondents. It was 252 to be exact.

 

“Survey data has certain limitations related to self-reporting. These limitations include telescoping, exaggeration, and selective memory,” they said. “We didn’t weigh our data or statistically test our hypotheses. This was an exploratory study of Generation Z’s outlook on politics and financial security.” Well, the sample size is pretty small. The holy trinity is usually a minimum of 300 people for a congressional race, 600 for a statewide race, and 1,000 for a national poll. Yet, I’ve seen some polls from mainstream outlets with polls with shoddy sample sizes as well. 

 

 

 

 

 

Yet, let’s shift gears and look at the youth who are voting right now. For starters, more 2016 Gary Johnson voters are breaking for Trump as are undecided voters. And while scores of voters hate Trump, they hate the COVID lockdowns, even more, especially young voters. Democracy Institute Poll, which nailed Brexit, released their final results showing an Electoral College landslide for Trump. Nevada is in play due to the surge in new gun owners. And they too, like College Finance and others, noted that youth enthusiasm to vote is down. A recent Democracy Institute poll projected one million fewer votes from young people. Well, it sure looks that way right now, and those who are voting, a good chunk is breaking for Trump. It’s true. Electing Joe Biden will usher in lockdown city for all with Dr. Anthony Fauci as the high lord medical chancellor. 

 

People forget ... Gen Z is the generation of technology.

 

Only one of the candidates uses technology.

 

You may not like what he says ... but at least he is participating.

 

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2 minutes ago, tunafish said:

so a record player doesn't count?

 

99.99999% of the youth haven't even seen a "record player" and would have NO CLUE what it was if they did see one.

 

I can assure you, this is going to be a MASSIVE TRUMP WIN and the blacks, Hispanics and YOUTH of this nation are going to turn pollsters heads around and around for being SO FUCKING WRONG!!!

 

Fact is, Biden has been HIS OWN WORSE ENEMY and his handlers have made him the WHIPPING BOY of the Demoshit potty.


I imagine after this, there might not even BE a Demoshit potty left to go to. It's going to become the SOCIALIST Party.

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1 hour ago, king of the county said:

I just don’t see any Biden enthusiasm no bumber stickers on cars nothing i hope Omar and Maxine and Tlaib  go down!

None of them will lose. They will all win. Wikipedia indicates that they won by large margins in previous elections.

I see no reason to put a bumpersticker on my car.  The last time I put a bumpsticker was in 1968. I had TWO Nixon stickers. I cut the first one in two: NIX  ON NIXON. Trump is a-goin' DOWN. He has shot his last wad.

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