Two-Thirds of American Voters Think Trump Will Be Re-Elected; Media Silence
Monmouth University poll reveals American voters thoughts on election
American voters have seemingly decided they are going to re-elect President Donald Trump in November while Democrats continue to struggle with who will be their party’s nominee.
Two-thirds of all registered voters expect President Trump to win the election, according to a Monmouth University poll released Tuesday.
The poll also found that Republicans are more enthusiastic about the coming elections than Democrats.
Director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute, Patrick Murray, said in a news release:
“Enthusiasm is up compared to 2016, but optimism has split along party lines. These conflicting findings in public opinion seem to reflect the muddled state of the race on the Democratic side right now."
But the Republican's optimism is not based on blind faith.
Of those polled by Monmouth, sixty-six percent said Trump would “definitely” or “probably” be re-elected (27 percent and 39 percent, respectively).
Despite the mass media and Holywood elites pushing leftists anti-Trump sentiment, the American public is seeing through the propaganda.
Neon Nettle reported last year that America created 266,000 new jobs in November alone, according to new figures.
The data revealed a record-breaking economy, despite earlier fears from critics of President Donald Trump of a possible recession in 2019 under his leadership.
The unemployment rate fell to 3.5 percent in November, matching the lowest level in 50 years, after 266k American jobs were added to the U.S. economy for the month.
The poll was conducted by telephone from Feb. 6 to 9 and included a total of 902 adults.
The results were based on interviews with 827 registered voters, with a margin of error of 3.4 percent.
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But the poll’s results have not been appropriately covered by the media.
Some outlets completely ignored the Trump aspect of the release, while just reporting only the results related to the Democratic primary field.
Unsurprisingly, Bloomberg News owned by presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg focused solely on the poll’s findings of the Democratic primary contest with the headline:
“Bernie Sanders Leads Over Biden in New National Poll of 2020 Races.”
The name "Trump" was nowhere to be seen.
The Hill, a supposedly nonpartisan news outlet in Washington, had a similar approach.
The outlet reported only the poll’s findings regarding the Democratic races while ignoring Trump's position entirely.
Headline: “Poll: Sanders overtakes Biden, Buttigieg gains momentum after Iowa.”
(UPDATE) Later, The Hill published another article which focused exclusively on the expectations for Trump’s re-election, but the headline attempted to stir negative side for Trump’s hopes:
“Most voters think Trump will be reelected, less than half think he should be: poll.”
Any average person would have thought poll results that show two-thirds of respondents expect Trump to win the election.
The organizers of the Monmouth poll probably had the same sentiment, and published the news release headline:
“Most Expect Trump Will Be Reelected; Sanders Overtakes Biden Among Dem Voters.” (Emphasis added.)
NBC News managed to find the story others missed, headlining a brief article:
"Most voters think President Trump will win reelection, new poll finds.”