It’s important to look underneath the media hoopla, the national polling numbers, and the Twitter sphere at the only thing that the really matters this election, that being how well Trump is performing in the Midwestern region:
There’s a reason why President Trump is becoming more popular in important Midwestern battleground states like Pennsylvania: Voters don’t want to lose the ongoing economic renaissance that is transforming their lives.
According to a recent opinion survey from The Wall Street Journal, the president “cumulatively leads a generic Democratic opponent, 46 percent to 40 percent,” in Pennsylvania, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin.
The survey’s findings are not surprising, and it’s no small coincidence that those states are all thriving under the president’s pro-growth economic policies.
“The more we have presidential candidates or newly elected congresspeople talking about the Green New Deal, talking about ‘Medicare for all,’ talking about socialism, the more that plays into the Trump campaign’s hands,” said former Pennsylvania governor and national Democratic National Committee chairman Ed Rendell.
Why are the Midwestern states so important? It was in states like Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, and Pennsylvania that the election was decided in 2016 (along with Florida). If Trump is going to beat Kamala Harris in 2020, he MUST win those states. Otherwise, his national polls could show 60% to 40% and he would still lose.
For those of you that live in these states, consider signing up with the Trump campaign. These states are the big battlegrounds.2020