LeftieBiker wrote: ↑
Sun Jul 05, 2020 1:20 pm
Trump won because 'low information voters' didn't like Clinton and thought that he was a sharp businessman. That isn't going to happen again, at least not in anywhere near the numbers he needs, given that the demographics have shifted enough to lose him about 6% of the votes he had in 2016. IOW if he performed just as well as in 2016 in 2020, he'd lose by at least 6%.
I don't totally agree, I think their was a contingent of Evangelicals and conservatives and maybe even some independents who knew exactly who he was but didn't care as long as they got the Supreme Court Justices. The ends DO
justify the means for some. I mean come on, the access Hollywood tape made it plainly obvious who he was. And they voted for him anyway.
I agree he is going to loose this time though. His polling numbers are lousy right now. People seem to think last go around was a huge win, but it wasn't. States like Michigan were won by a tiny fraction. Biden only has to flip 3 states and he wins. If Trump looses Michigan, Florida and Arizona, he loses, even if he wins all the other swing states - which is unlikely.