Rasmussen Poll: Clinton vs. Trump A Dead Heat – Even Without The Professionally Republican Loyalists “Undecideds”….

NOTE – Bookmark this post and date for reference in November 2016.

A recent Rasmussen poll (unfortunately, private data) shows Hillary Clinton 37% and Donald Trump 36% in a statistical dead heat. However, if you look at the actual data as presented by Rasmussen you find:

[…] Seventy-five percent (75%) of Democrats back Clinton, up five points from October. Trump draws support from 63% of Republicans, virtually unchanged from the previous survey. Unaffiliated voters prefer Trump 36% to 25%, but 29% of these voters like some other candidate. These findings also are similar to the October survey. (link)

trump v clinton RASMUSSEN

If Trump is tied with Hillary and yet only 63% of identified Republicans support Trump this means a larger portion of Republicans are “non-Trump”, than Democrats who are “non-Hillary”.  Here’s the math as presented which shows how centrist and dominant Donald Trump’s appeal is.

Example if each population (Dem, Rep, Indy) is 1,000:

Hillary gets 750 (75%) Dems + 250 (25%) Indies = 1,000 total
Trump gets 630 (63%) Repubs + 360 (36%) Indies = 990 total

The 12% deficit between Trump and Clinton from party loyalists (75% vs 63%) is made up by a similar percentage advantage toward Trump of “unaffiliated” or independent voters.

Trump overcomes any statistical deficit with the support of independents who favor him by 11 points (36 to 25) over Hillary.

However, yet again, think about the 37% of Republicans NOT supporting Trump in a two-way race. These anti-Trump Republicans you can essentially define against all previous identifiers, outlines and articles as Jeb’s professionally republican GOPe coalition.

This electoral reality is quite stark when you think about it for several reasons:

♦  Point #1) It is virtually identical to Ronald Reagan’s 1979 coalition when he told the professionally republican he was going to identify and target ‘conservative’ democrats and ‘conservative’ independents to join his campaign. In 1978/79 the ‘Old-Boy-Network’ within the GOP apparatus was furious at Reagan for reaching out to non-Republican members to join the party.

♦  Point #2) Team CLINTON must be mortified at the reality of this poll because it shows Trump crushing Clinton with independents. Even with Hillary Clinton carrying a dominant 75% of the vote support from her own party she still can’t beat Trump – because Trump destroys her with Independents.

♦  Point #3) If the GOPe finally concede they have lost to Trump and a similar percentage of Republicans vote to support Trump as support Clinton, the race won’t even be close – IT WOULD BE A WIPE OUT. Trump would be ahead by 8-10% ! The general election result would be Reaganesque.

♦  Point #4) The Professionally Republican, the members of the Good-Old-Boys-Club, are elitist moonbats refusing to support the frontrunner. If the roles were reversed, if it were their boy Jeb! in the lead for six months, they would be demanding all other opponents drop out and support “their guy”.

This reality is why the Clinton and Bush camps are in full apoplectic meltdown.  If they don’t stop Donald Trump, he’s going to crush them both in a landslide of epic proportions:

trump landslide 2

It’s going to happen folks, the indicators are everywhere !

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146 Responses to Rasmussen Poll: Clinton vs. Trump A Dead Heat – Even Without The Professionally Republican Loyalists “Undecideds”….

  1. RINOKiller says:

    Trump is technically ahead.

    The biggest factor are the independents and crossover appeal. If this is the case, its game.set and match.

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    • TRONGOD2000 says:

      Game set and match perhaps but if all the ball boys in congress join their slimy hands together Trump will not be able to do what we are electing him to do. WE have to clobber all those uniparty congressmen who don’t care what we want. WE have to vote in a whole bunch of new congressmen who will vote for America NOT for the banks, drug companies, AMA etc etc. WE have to get the point across that we CAN’T vote an incumbent back into office no matter how much they promise to behave. They just proved last week they can’t behave. Of course we already knew it but they just proved it.

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      • 1american1st says:

        Yes, TRONGOD2000, we need to PRIMARY about 95% of those career criminal politicians & replace them with decent American citizens who have common sense. People who don’t take the word “Trillion” lightly and who believe in our Constitution and our laws.

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        • WBarna says:

          Here’s some perspective on one trillion. Standard copy paper is 0.004 inches thick. If you had a trillion sheets of copy paper in a stack, the stack would be over 63,000 miles high. Distance from earth to our moon is 239,000 miles. Circumference of earth is 29,000 miles. $18 T debt is staggering and a disgrace. Our children are in debt so the “hand-outs” can continue to elect democrats.

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      • Bruce Fauth says:

        And hoping that the Donald has long coattails in the primary elections to help carry through some challengers to those PRICCs (Progressive Republicans in Conservative Clothing).

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      • lou Ann Watson says:

        if obama can strong arm the elites, trump will hammer them. imagine trump knowing one thing of weakness about each one that he will threaten to expose.

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    • aur1640 says:

      Trump is like Roscoe Tanner beating her with that 100 plus mile an hour serve!!

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    • KBR says:

      Given that the “data is private” I think Trump is way ahead of Clinton. Otherwise why keep it private?

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    • Only problem is the New York Times will bury the victory on page 35!

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  2. P7rancher says:

    I love MATH!!!!!

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    • Paula says:

      What happens if say 10% of democrats vote for Trump too? Haha

      Liked by 6 people

      • I predict THAT term will not only go up – it will reach stunner values.

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        • 1american1st says:

          Yes, like the Reagan phenomenon…twice!

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        • TRONGOD2000 says:

          I’m a pessimist. The Republicans gained control of the House AND the Senate and they have done NOTHING with the new power but screw things up even worse. We can’t just put Trump in the White House and expect things to turn all rosy. We have to primary our all incumbents regardless of what party they say they are in. They have proved they are not going to fix the budget or the borders.

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          • Steve says:

            Let’s gust see what we could do with an executive pen.
            1st, the vast majority of employees in education, epa, hud, energy,… are transfered to chairs (uncomfortable) in an old warehouse. Cold in the winter, hot in the summer, no talking, no reading, no phones or radio. They can stay as long as they wsnt, they won’t be doing any harm beyond their salary, (BTW it is Obamacare for these guys)
            2nd, The IRS is instructed to not allow business to write off as taxi be expense the wages of employee’s who had not passed e-verify. Next year no all employee deductiblit will be lost if 1 employee has not passed e-verify.
            3rd Start undoing Obama’s executive orders.

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            • daughnworks247 says:

              …… No deductibility for employee compensation in not checked through e-verifiy…… I could KISS Steve.
              Brilliant move.

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          • texasmama6 says:

            Tron, I’m not sure that realism isn’t as much a contributor to your state of mind as pessimism. The protection offered by separation of powers is powerful, so long as lawful people occupy the positions of power, so the largest part of the President’s power is to be team captain and persuade Congress to cooperate. But as Steve shows–just withdrawing the unconstitutional executive orders Obama signed and putting them in reverse will be a huge improvement. And again–REMEMBER–Trump’s main talent is negotiating deals. He truly works miracles in getting opposing sides to find something that benefits them enough to agree to it. He also has the bully pulpit, and he already has America’s ear. It might amaze us all at what he is able to accomplish despite the dead weight of the establishment pols on both sides.

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            • daughnworks247 says:

              I vividly remember the moment when Trump revealed Lindsey Graham’s cell phone number to a crowd in South Carolina. I looked at my husband and said:
              “With 8 million incredibly engaged followers on Twitter and Facebook (now 10 million) can you imagine what Trump could do when trying to push legislation?”

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          • lou Ann Watson says:

            small steps, lad, small steps

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      • Juan says:

        More than 10% of Democrats WILL vote for Trump. Way more than 10% of them can’t stand Hillary.

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        • Jenny R. says:

          Beware the psy op campaign being waged right now — they hate Hillary, but believe every bad thing they hear about Trump.

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          • chichilouise says:

            There are going to be millions of furious Bernie supporters who watched her steal delegates from him, hopefully many of those will vote ‘anti-Hillary’ and pull the lever for Trump!

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        • Karmy says:

          True that Juan! I visited the Hillaryis44.org site and they are for Trump! See this bit of info “We’re informed, as a defense of Hillary and the bathroom business, that our last update was incorrect. We’re told that Hillary was also late to the previous debate under the same circumstances. That’s not a defense. That’s a condemnation. If this happened before, how come Hillary’s bathroom availability needs have not been tended to by her debate negotiators? Doesn’t Hillary have a private bathroom in her ready room? The debate facilities are negotiated with the hosts of the debates by the candidate staffs. Hillary’s staff did not get her a private bathroom? We think she does need a private bathroom. A private bathroom, not shared with opposition candidates or staff, is a reasonable request to be accommodated without question. A private bathroom is an entirely reasonable demand for all candidates. Republican candidates have had big fights, which made headlines, with debate hosts over their accommodations before debates. Hillary’s staff is so incompetent they did not bother to get her a private bathroom even after she allegedly encountered the same problem in a previous debate??? Color us confused.”

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  3. thesouthwasrght says:

    Uplifting. This is for all the marbles, a pres hillary would make the wicked witch of the west proud. A stark fork in the road lies ahead people.

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    • NCPatrick says:

      I heard on radio today that Hillary Clinton was once again named Most Respected Woman in America, for like the 4th or 5th year. What? Huh? And Obama was named most respected man, of course. Trump was second I think they said.

      But seriously? Who in this world is selecting these people and is it any wonder we despise the media as we edo? Hillary and “respected” are not terms I’d ever put together!

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  4. Liberty says:

    This is really getting exciting! We all know this is how it will play out. It’s got to be flipping out the powers that be that another ” reason” not to vote for Trump is gone. He will beat Billery and it won’t be close.

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    • KBR says:

      Keep in mind, they are “tied” BEFORE Trump really gets started taking her down.
      Wait until he hits her with full force.
      Most likely he will save some ammo for after he is nominated? He is smart and knows that news cycles come and go. What he hits her with shouldn’t be “old news” repeatedly mocked and defended by the MSM too long before the GE.
      As ready as we are to get on with it already, Trump will have the best timing…
      Besides, it would be soooo unnerving for HilnBil and the MSM to hear
      Tick…tick…tick…tick…
      Unpredictable!

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  5. truthandjustice says:

    And here’s a new WND/Clout poll by Clout Research, a national opinion research firm in Columbus, Ohio shows Trump broad favorite for nomination:
    “.. shows 40 percent of blacks are lining up behind Trump, as are 45 percent of Hispanics, and even nearly 19 percent of Asians…Blacks and Hispanics, in fact, even support Trump at a higher level than whites.
    Cruz does so badly among moderates that it is hard to make a case for him as the consensus candidate. Trump’s ability at this stage of the game to gain solid support among all demographic groups makes him a significant favorite to win the nomination. ..wins only 29 percent support among men but wins 47 percent support among women who will be voting in the GOP primary elections. Among conservative women voting in the GOP primaries, Trump wins 53 percent support,”
    ..shows Trump collecting nearly 40 percent of the GOP support, but also 31 percent of the independents and even 26-plus percent of the Democrats.
    Trump dominated, too, among the religious categories, getting 40 percent support from Protestants, 30 percent from Catholics, 40 percent of Jews and more. Trump also dominated among the age groups as well as across all geographic regions in the country

    http://www.wnd.com/2015/12/minorities-line-up-behind-donald-trump/

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  6. National polls meaning nothing. This is not an election it is 50 elections and as long as Hill gets the traditional dozen or so states that go democrat she has the electoral votes no matter how many votes Trump gets in all the others.

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    • sundance says:

      Sorry Carl, you’re girl is going to lose. It shall not be close.

      Liked by 28 people

      • Suzy Kiprien says:

        She already knows she’s down in the pit. As Donald Trump says: no energy. This is why she dragged out Bill to boost her. Bill is now a liability but she doesn’t know it. Interesting times ahead.
        In my opinion, she deserves to be run down and crushed into the ground. I think of Benghazi and those brave dead Marines. Add to that her role in Egypt’s Morsi Muslim Brotherhood.
        Her worse deed is the Istanbul Process. http://gatesofvienna.net/2013/06/the-istanbul-process-continues/

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        • Trump needs to save that one for the moment of devastation.

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          • Suzy Kiprien says:

            Yes. Istanbul Process. There are updates available, not good for Western societies whose advancement is the result of free speech. Few Democrats and less Independents know of the Istanbul Process. Hillary kept it real quiet.

            Quebec is the guinea pig in North America (Quebec Prime Minister worked for and lived with the Saudis). It’s called Bill 59. And they are passing it – a nightmare for free speech. All this because of Hillary. Law will be implemented very soon. After, it’s your turn.
            Start at 4-minute mark: https://youtu.be/eTIX_4j48Z0

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            • I didn’t get past 40 seconds. Anybody who tries to take my free speech is a Nazi. Nazis deserve to be wiped off the face of the Earth. The End. If they don’t back down, the planet erupts in flames.

              They had best start recalculating very fast.

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        • runthetable says:

          Trump works harder than the both of them combined and squared. Wait for it; joint presser where they both address the next Trump branding.

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      • Southern Son says:

        But…sundance, as long as Hill gets her traditional 12 states, Trump will not win. HOW LAME DOES THAT SOUND?? Carl, if you are hoping for Twelve states at this point…isn’t the answer Obvious??

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      • Audrey says:

        The Dems have decided which high electoral states they need ,11 states and she wins. Even if Trump wins all other states. Clinton’s are cunning and have no problem with how they get what they wamt. Still undecided, but will vote for the Republican nominee. To note vote is giving her a vote and God help is if she gets in.

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        • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

          You got it. Democrats know all they have to do is promise more Entitlements in few key “high electoral states”, and Killary is in.

          Only counter is to get Silent Majority off their duffs and out to vote. Problem is Silent Majority continues in their naivete, thinking that somebody else will vote for them, and make difference.

          I got several friends who almost always sit out elections for reasons like:
          Too busy, A single vote makes no difference, Its somebody else problem, Polls show their candidate is likely to win, …

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    • JRD says:

      She is in trouble in those states.

      Hill ain’t Bill is all one hears from Democrats.

      Hillary doesn’t have the “it” factor. Never did. It’s something you’re born with.

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    • Rudy Bowen says:

      You don’t get it. This upcoming election is anything but ‘traditional’. Your expected advantages in being a Democrat are dissolving under your feet.
      Oh, of course, except for the cheating and general fraud.
      That’s not going to be enough, not this time.

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    • Martin says:

      Don’t be an idiot. Trump will waste her like it’s no one’s business. Nobody likes or wants Hillary.

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    • Veritas says:

      Heard this in 1980 too. But things are so much better today than 1980, right?

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    • RINOKiller says:

      BEGONE TROLL!

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    • yes but trump is geared to take new york too….that should make a difference.

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  7. lastConservinIllinois? says:

    I truly believe that if Hillary didn’t owe every Tom, Dictator and Harry million dollar favors (i.e. Clinton Global Initiative) she would MUCH rather be at home, laid back in her recliner, sipping vodka & water, having Huma rub her cankles while pretending to be a grandmother.

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  8. I believe the portion of Republicans that don’t currently support Trump is because the only info they have is what is fed to them by the MSM and their usual sources.

    In the day, when DT wins the Republican nomination, these same Republicans will pick DT in a NY minute over the Hill after they finally give him time to make his case unfiltered by the MSM.

    It’s a beautiful thing.

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    • Doug says:

      trust me they will get behind him if hes the nominee. Everyone that doesnt support him literally says the same thing, they like him but dont think he can beat Hillary. he changes this for them and his support will skyrocket in the primaries. If not then he will still win and they will vote for him in the general.

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    • Suzy Kiprien says:

      Many of those who don’t support Trump are with Cruz. They don’t know about Cruz and it is our job to get the word out, one person at a time.

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      • bekfl says:

        And many of those Cruz supporters (like my hubby and brother-in-law) have President Trump as their 2nd choice in the primary and Will support Trump in the general.

        PS I am working to change Trump to their 1st choice.

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    • jello333 says:

      You’re right, the vast majority of Reps who don’t now support Trump, WILL support him once he becomes the nominee. But the same is not true of Hillary and the Dems. The vast majority of Dems who don’t now support Hillary are Bernie supporters… and most will NOT move over to Hillary once she gets the nomination. A lot of them will simply stay home, but many more will actually go with Trump.

      My strongly-held belief… and prediction.😉

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  9. Doodahdaze says:

    He could win as an Independent.

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  10. ajbenius says:

    In December 1979 a poll showed Carter leading Reagan 62%-33%. Reagan, about a year later, absolutely demolished Carter in the general election.

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    • Bruce Fauth says:

      Different circumstances. Jimmah was running for re-election and had the power of a sItting President. Once Ronnie got the nomination, he took into Cahtuh and that was fun. Just imagine now, BJ’s spouse (not gonna say ‘wife’; that implies the Shrill one is female and that I don’t know for sure and don’t care) has a statistical tie, not a 29 point lead. It portends well for epic landslide, but like others have advised (to borrow a line from an old Star Trek movie) ‘don’t get cocky’.

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  11. truthandjustice says:

    And….this from new WND/Clout poll by Clout Research, a national opinion research firm in Columbus, Ohio shows Trump broad favorite for nomination:
    “.. shows 40 percent of blacks are lining up behind Trump, as are 45 percent of Hispanics, and even nearly 19 percent of Asians…Blacks and Hispanics, in fact, even support Trump at a higher level than whites.
    Cruz does so badly among moderates that it is hard to make a case for him as the consensus candidate. Trump’s ability at this stage of the game to gain solid support among all demographic groups makes him a significant favorite to win the nomination. ..wins only 29 percent support among men but wins 47 percent support among women who will be voting in the GOP primary elections. Among conservative women voting in the GOP primaries, Trump wins 53 percent support,”
    ..shows Trump collecting nearly 40 percent of the GOP support, but also 31 percent of the independents and even 26-plus percent of the Democrats.
    Trump dominated, too, among the religious categories, getting 40 percent support from Protestants, 30 percent from Catholics, 40 percent of Jews and more. Trump also dominated among the age groups as well as across all geographic regions in the country

    http://www.wnd.com/2015/12/minorities-line-up-behind-donald-trump/

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    • gainny says:

      47 percent of women but only 29 percent of men–can anyone explain this?

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    • Veritas says:

      I wouldn’t believe those numbers. 40% of blacks supporting Trump, blacks haven’t voted Republican since 1920. 40% of jews-right, name one election when 30% of jews voted republican. The odd one is Asians who usually vote 50% for GOP, why the drop?

      Sorry I will rely on the British bookies who poll more consistently than our best polls.

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      • PreNanny says:

        OK I will bite. What are the lads across the pond saying?

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      • texasmama6 says:

        Remember that it is 40 percent of the self-identified blacks that responded to the poll. Same with the other minorities. It is not 40% of the entire voting population. Every poll that reveals the growing support gives courage to those who remain silent because “blacks don’t vote Republican…” There is no way at this point in time to know just how deeply Trump has invaded traditionally hostile territory for the GOP. My gut tells me he has conquered much more than we can guess.

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      • kur says:

        as a jew, I guarantee you, at least 40% of jews will vote fro Trump!

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  12. dick8johnson says:

    Nobody wants to back a loser.
    A friend of mine believes the media hype about Cruz, but when I exclaim confidently it’s gonna be a landslide in trumps favor, he faulters.

    There are many out there just waiting to back a sure winner, when trump wins the nomination, an avalanche of support will follow.

    If I’m wrong I’ll give you ten bucks😉

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  13. Mketch says:

    Yes, it is way too early. Hill’s numbers are going to drop after Trump is through with her imho.

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  14. parteagirl says:

    Happy New Year America!

    For years my prayers for a new president have been:

    Loves America and will put her people and interests FIRST
    Understands our border crisis and will secure and seal them for our protection
    Understands who our international enemies are and how to fight them to win
    Will be able to speak over the media directly to the American people
    Will not be able to be bought by special interests and lobbyists
    Can replace or rebrand a tarnished Republican party
    Will fight to win, not only against Democrats but GOP establishment elites
    Will make me feel proud of America as a force for good in this world once again

    That was my prayer and my check list. And just like a judge on The Voice during the blind auditions, I was as surprised as anyone when I hit my button, and my chair turned around, and Donald J Trump was the one singing my song!

    May God bless, protect and guide our next President!

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  15. I can’t wait to watch Donald J. Trump, CRUSH Hillary! I predicted, without reservation, he would be our next president. I hold to that. Not only is he so good at what he is doing, Hillary positively sucks at politics.

    Were it not for the Media and Establishment, who prop her up, she’d be long gone from this game of power, which she does not do very well. To the point of being a hollow candidate.

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  16. winky says:

    And if he picks a VP candidate who can hit it home like a Bill Whittle and is not afraid to tell it like it is ….oh my god!!!

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  17. notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

    NO MORE SKANKY CLINTON BUSH EVAH….

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  18. Dan says:

    Taint over til the fat lady sings. But tis looking good so far…

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  19. DrudgeAddict says:

    Flashback to 2012 look at which “conservative” journalists met with 0bama and now look which ones are attacking Trump

    http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2012/01/30/the-obama-memos

    No surprise

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    • sundance says:

      Exceptional historical reference. Insightful presentation.

      Liked by 4 people

    • parteagirl says:

      Great flashback, DrudgeAddict!

      It’s so odd- all the comments that Lowry, Krauthammer and Kristol made in 2012 about Obama, now seem to fit Trump to a “T.”

      Lowry: called Obama “the only presidential candidate from either party about whom there is a palpable excitement.”

      Krauthammer: Obama would be “a president with the political intelligence of a Bill Clinton harnessed to the steely self-discipline of a Vladimir Putin,” who would “bestride the political stage as largely as did Reagan.”

      Kristol: “I look forward to Obama’s inauguration with a surprising degree of hope and good cheer.”

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    • wyntre says:

      And of course that piece of garbage was written by uber metro-sexual Ryan Lizza hose mug is always on CNN these days desperately declaring his eternal BO love.

      Ugh.

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  20. John Galt says:

    Hillary can barely get out of bed. It might be Trump vs Bernie

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  21. Garrison Hall says:

    Your Point 1 is exactly right. Not long before the campaign season started lil’ Jeb! talked to McCain about whether he could “win without the conservative base”. Tellingly, Trump has pulled a Regan and structured his campaign in the opposite direction by focusing, not on the Republican establishment moderates, but on an entirely new middle-class, cross-over constituency from both parties. And, right on cue, the GOPe belivers-in-governmance-over-party-affiliation are predictability indignant at Trump’s refusal to play by their rules! Listening to Jeb!, a progressive-statist like his father, complain that Trump is a conservative is laughable. Like father, like son.

    So now the latest received wisdom from the talking heads is that Trump’s impressive crowds aren’t really supporters but are, instead, crowds of fly-over-country rubes who’ve primarily come out to see the Trump show. They just can’t accept that their judgments have been consistently proved wrong by Trump, nor can they admit that there is a substantially large group of American citizens who are completely disgusted with being talked down to and taken for granted by a bunch of establishment hacks. I mean, really, these folks left flyover country as soon as they could to come work in DC and NYC so they’re just got to be seriously cool . . . they just have to be! But if that’s true (it’s just gotta be!!) then why are all those people from back home laughing at them when Trump makes fun of them and calls them stupid. There’s a little voice quietly telling them things they don’t want to hear every time Trump goes up in the polls.

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    • Garrison Hall says:

      Ooops. ” . . complain that Trump is a conservative . . .” Should read; “complain that Trumps isn’t conservative . . .” Sorry guy, sometimes I can see my own typos.

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    • Prothonotary Warbler says:

      Yep, and when Jeb came out and stated that he would win without our support, that was no accident. The establishment knows damned well that we’re unhappy with them, and they were looking to bring us back in line with a bit of bluster. And now it’s looking like that worked about as well for them as it did for Loki in the first Avengers movie when he tried that on the Hulk…

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    • R-C says:

      From my seat, all four points are spot on.

      One observation: Does anyone really think that 75% of democrats would show up to vote for Hillary Clinton (assuming she’s not out on bail by then)? –I have serious doubts that she’d be able to energize more than the kook fringe of her party.

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      • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

        Sadly, I think they will rally around Killary.
        Look we are talking about people who continue to back Obama, despite all his Lies and Impeachable offenses.
        Only way I see us winning 2016 Election is getting the Silent Majority off their duffs. To do that requires GOPe and RiNoCs dumping Jebby, Rubio, and getting behind Trump or Carlson.

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        • jello333 says:

          “Look we are talking about people who continue to back Obama”

          Nope, not Bernie supporters… or very few of them. For the most part, even though they may have once supported Obama, they no longer do.

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          • boutis says:

            Blacks were told in 2008 by Obama and the DNC that Hillary was a racist. And Bill. That doesn’t go away and they won’t show up for her at the polls and this I think increases the possibility of Trump getting them as crossovers if they vote at all in the primary or general for a general without a black person running.

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    • wyntre says:

      I pray for the day we get to witness the media “elite” crash and burn.

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  22. Prothonotary Warbler says:

    He’s Trump! He’s Trump! He’s Trump!
    He’s in their heads.
    He’s Trump! He’s Trump! He’s Trump!
    They’re filled with dread.

    Is that Trump under their beds? I think so!
    Is Jeb’s campaign really dead? I think so!

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  23. Buck Weaver says:

    Trump and Clinton in a dead heat? What happened to that mind boggling thing I read over the weekend that said Hillary could beat Trump, Trump will beat Cruz, but Cruz can beat Hillary?

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  24. William says:

    That coming Election Day’s newspaper front page is absolutely reinvigorating. One additional eventful headliner would be that there was a clean sweep of incumbent Republican Congressional leadership, replaced after getting primaried by a new crop of conservative Tea-Party-supported newcomers. But that wish, I believe, may have to wait ’til the mid-terms.

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  25. Katherine McCoun says:

    The media keep talking about Bill Clinton’s sexual predator behavior as the Clinton’s “martial issues”. When the accusations of rape and sexual harassment are brought up saying that the Clinton’s have moved past this and have worked on their marriage. Well that is fine for them but has nothing to do with the alleged rapes, the possible victims or the accusations of sexual harassment. The “answers” being given are talking points designed to reframe the conversation. The issues are not about the Clinton’s marriage (although there is plenty of fodder if you want to go there!) but about Bill Clinton’s behavior and possible crimes. … and about Hillary’s response in this current culture of victimhood and “war on women”/”rape culture” stuff. Don’t let them reframe the questions and answers. Focus on the actual issues and Trump will beat Hillary on that just Bill and Hillary’s response! When a rapist rapes I have never heard it discussed in terms of the rapists marriage and have never heard the solution/punishment offered to be that he get Marriage counseling!!

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    • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

      I hear what you are saying. It rings with those of us on Right, who think repeat Rapists should be executed.
      Problem is it won’t ring with those in middle and those on Left since it involves their Royal couple, the Clintons.
      You might get it to ring with them if, you challenge them on basis of would they turn a blind-eye to same rape and harassment, if Bush or Reagan had done it.

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    • PreNanny says:

      Katherine, for those reasons and countless other I for one am looking forward with glee to witness the Clintons fully demolished by The Donald. Their influence over American politics and policy will be remembered as a very dark time in America ( not to mention the world and the disaster they have been to other countries and people ).
      I do not recall it being mentioned at the time but I wonder what impact Bill Clinton had on women who own guns ( I say plural because nobody can own just one snicker ) stats.
      ackk off to shower I feel filthy just talking about them.

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    • boutis says:

      Then why to the rumors persist of old Bill and his sweetie with a Secret Service code name Energizer Bunny and that she is nice and brings them cookies as opposed to mean old foul mouthed entitled Hill?

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  26. joecollins says:

    How do I post a picture?

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  27. 1american1st says:

    This is great!
    SOROS = ONE OF THE MOST EVIL MEN ON THE PLANET
    SOROS = The biggest contributor to the Communist Democrat party (and Obama’s 2 campaigns) through his many organizations & foundations. He used to fund ACORN. He now funds Black Lives Matters to cause chaos & disrupt Americans’ lives and pushes us toward a Civil War, along with his Komrade, Obama.
    ~~~~
    A Nervous George Soros Lashes Out At Donald Trump: He Wants You To Be Afraid

    http://teapartyorg.ning.com/forum/topic/show?id=4301673%3ATopic%3A4104116&xgs=1&xg_source=msg_share_topic

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  28. angryduc says:

    We have to convince friends and family to register (if in a closed state) and go vote for Trump. America cannot stand on the sidelines and watch. If we really want change, we have to buy into Making America Great Again. #get-out-the-vote

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    • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

      If Silent Majority sits this election out, then they deserve whatever “H” they get.

      What will it take to get Silent Majority to get up, get out, and go vote; vs. thinking somebody else will do it for them???

      How many times does Silent Majority have to witness that it only takes a few percentage points to shift entire key states to Left/Blue/D?

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  29. Dems B. Dcvrs says:

    How can anybody consider voting for Killary?
    Is there no sense of Morals, Ethics, or Justice with these “anybody”s?

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  30. Jeff says:

    93 million SURRENDER VOTERS in 2012 . The media and the UNI-PARTY effectively gave the electorate a choice of establishment candidates . Romney was no muslim Brotherhood cohort but the hoopleheads still thought Mormon meant polygamist. 4 More of Obamanation to ensue .

    Obama ATE DOG …Romney put his on the roof of his car. Defining the Surrender Voter as the LEAST stable and easily scared in to NOT VOTING !! With the simplest of manufactured memes at that !

    So what have we learned as an electorate since ? Both parties SUCK !! CONgress represents the Chamber of Commerce and you and I are just their livestock on the HUMAN FARM (animal farm )

    The soon forgotten RIOTS on the floor of the RNC where the “dirty tricks ” ~ Ross Perot mention squad didn’t allow the RON PAUL DELEGATES TO BE SEATED !!

    The Ron Paul crowd may have had enough delegates to defeat the Romney nomination ! But …with no vote tallied by the Paul delegates …the republicans snatched defeat from the jaws of victory once again . Assuring that the establishment won with Romney or Obmammie .

    What’s different NOW ? no need to explain ….TRUMP IS THE DIFFERENCE !

    He has awakened the 93 million SURRENDER VOTERS !! the LARGEST GROUP IN THE ELECTORATE of eligible and registered potential voters .

    Virginia tipped it’s hat and it now trying to STOP the SURRENDER VOTER from registering republican to nominate Trump for the republican party …..moving to BLOCK independents , unaffiliated and Libertarians from switching to republican for the CLOSED PRIMARY !!

    COLD ANGER from the SURRENDER VOTER BASE !! ..but wait …there’s more !! The Ted Cruz supporters will likely be just like the Ron Paul voters in 2012 . THEY STAYED HOME by and large after the treatment of their delegates at the RNC convention .

    Many of them declare on social media ……in my best stompy foot voice …..

    ” I won’t vote for Trump if he’s the nominee ” so here we go once again ….while they blame the “low information voter ” for losing elections …these people take great pride in declaring how easily they will become SURRENDER VOTERS .

    Watch this group as the media targets them ……THE TED CRUZ SURRENDER VOTER will tell you …

    ” if voting mattered …they wouldn’t let us ” ” I can’t vote from Trump …he’s a Hillary plant ”

    “Trump gave money to democrats ” and on and on ……….

    BOTH PARTIES will try and GROW the SURRENDER VOTER number to over 100 million .

    Glenn Beck will lead the largest coalition of evangelicals to the SURRENDER VOTER BASE . Quite possibly confirmation that HE ….is and always was a CIA plant from the beginning !! His transformation from truth teller on who Obama is …to the alliance with HuffPo and rushing to the border to feed illegal invaders .

    FOX is not NEWS created the HUCKABEES ….evangelicals in the Midwest who watched his Saturday night program held him in high esteem . So we may assume the BECK crowd was manufactured control as well . The BECKIES will be the largest group of SURRENDER VOTERS in 2016 .

    TRUMP is calling them to his camp in droves !! KEY is the evangelical vote in that base .THEY comprise the largest numbers of the SURRENDER VOTER BASE . The support of Franklin Graham is a game changer !! Same with the many pastors who prayed over DT !!

    Dr Norman Vincent Peale is the Trump family spiritual leader. I read his teachings as a young man myself . It helped sway me to the TRUMP CAMP !!

    GREAT JOB as usual by SUNDANCE ….Trump LANDSLIDE 2016

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  31. KBR says:

    If you can, you just gotta enlarge that front page and try to read it! Worth the eye strain.
    A few choice descriptors:
    “Vice chairwoman and Muslim brotherhood operative Huma Abedin left the campaign…new allegations of misconduct by husband and chronic dick-selfie peddler Anthony Weiner”
    “Debbie W Schultz…spiral-perm survivor”
    “Featuring Ms Clinton in a kiddie pool fielding questions from heavily-vetted Hispanic toddlers…’Did you just pee on my leg!'”
    😂

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  32. Trumped says:

    The general will be far easier then the republican..

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  33. scarlettbr says:

    The primary is the biggest hurdle. The GOPe have convinced people to dump the republican party, hence in most states they can’t vote in primaries. Each state is different, even open primary states aren’t open during presidential election years, check the laws. This is how we end up with Romney as the nominee. Instead of dumping the party, change the party. Easier too change a party than form a new one.

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  34. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    Obviously Trump had this all worked out before he started. He knew from the tea party movement what was happening and taped into that. The GOPe never supported the tea party and so it was easy for trump to get their support. The blue dog Democrat’s and the independents were his secrete weapon as they were mostly middle case and that group has born the brunt of the destruction of America. Clinton can not beat Trump in the general election as Clinton can’t connect to the people, she comes across as the elitist that she is. The only reason her numbers are what they are is that she is not campaigning, once she has to she is done.

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  35. TC says:

    When I saw a headline on Drudge that Webb was considering a 3rd party run, I was puzzled; but if Trump is pulling more from the (I) crowd and getting more Democrats to cross over than vice versa, a Webb 3rd party would actually hurt Trump more than Killary.

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  36. mcfyre2012 says:

    Hillary and Trump in a dead heat? Ha!

    I still can’t find hetero-male democrat who plans to vote for Hillary.

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  37. p35flash says:

    You can play with the electoral college and who wins the general election based on who wins what states at this link: http://www.270towin.com/

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  38. p35flash says:

    Here is the map with NBC giving the democrats the states they have consistently won over the course of the last few elections. If the map stays the same in 2016 with regards to states consistently won by either party, the election will boil down to Ohio, Virginia, and Florida for the most part. http://www.270towin.com/maps/nbc-battleground

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  39. lisainva says:

    Reblogged this on lisaandrews1968 and commented:

    My Man😉

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