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Bidenworth2020
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« on: March 30, 2020, 12:09:28 PM »
« edited: March 30, 2020, 12:24:45 PM by #Bidenworth2020 »



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« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2020, 12:26:19 PM »

46-40%.

8% undecided, 3% will vote 3rd party, 2% wouldn't vote. So still a lot of people saying neither.

This poll also reflects an indifference towards Joe Biden:

26. How much have you read, heard, or seen anything about the following people during the last week?

Joe -- 24% said none, 28% said a little

27. Based on what youíve heard, how would you rate the performance of the following people during the coronavirus crisis?
Asked about people who they had heard about during the past week


Joe -- just 10% said excellent ... 31% said fair, and 30% said poor.
Fair points, though it is worth noting that, in spite of this, people still trust Biden over Trump to handle the crisis by 6 points.
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« Reply #2 on: March 30, 2020, 12:35:26 PM »

46-40%.

8% undecided, 3% will vote 3rd party, 2% wouldn't vote. So still a lot of people saying neither.

This poll also reflects an indifference towards Joe Biden:

26. How much have you read, heard, or seen anything about the following people during the last week?

Joe -- 24% said none, 28% said a little

27. Based on what youíve heard, how would you rate the performance of the following people during the coronavirus crisis?
Asked about people who they had heard about during the past week


Joe -- just 10% said excellent ... 31% said fair, and 30% said poor.
Fair points, though it is worth noting that, in spite of this, people still trust Biden over Trump to handle the crisis by 6 points.

I don't consider that 6% a critical advantage when 21% of people also trust them equally

28. Who would you trust more to handle coronavirus?
Joe Biden . . .  42%
Donald Trump . . .36%
About the same . . . 21%

Also fair (and interesting that the number is so high), but I also think the fact that the incumbent president, who 82% of respondents said they had heard a lot about in terms of the virus in the past week, is only more trusted than his opponent (who, as you mentioned, has been out of the public eye for many this past week) with 36% of people.
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« Reply #3 on: March 30, 2020, 12:41:11 PM »

46-40%.

8% undecided, 3% will vote 3rd party, 2% wouldn't vote. So still a lot of people saying neither.

This poll also reflects an indifference towards Joe Biden:

26. How much have you read, heard, or seen anything about the following people during the last week?

Joe -- 24% said none, 28% said a little

27. Based on what youíve heard, how would you rate the performance of the following people during the coronavirus crisis?
Asked about people who they had heard about during the past week


Joe -- just 10% said excellent ... 31% said fair, and 30% said poor.
Fair points, though it is worth noting that, in spite of this, people still trust Biden over Trump to handle the crisis by 6 points.

I don't consider that 6% a critical advantage when 21% of people also trust them equally

28. Who would you trust more to handle coronavirus?
Joe Biden . . .  42%
Donald Trump . . .36%
About the same . . . 21%


Yes, but Trump is the President.
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Hindsight was 2020
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« Reply #4 on: March 30, 2020, 12:44:59 PM »

Hey so we donít need to jump off the bridge over the abc poll anymore
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« Reply #5 on: March 30, 2020, 01:07:34 PM »

46-40%.

8% undecided, 3% will vote 3rd party, 2% wouldn't vote. So still a lot of people saying neither.

This poll also reflects an indifference towards Joe Biden:

26. How much have you read, heard, or seen anything about the following people during the last week?

Joe -- 24% said none, 28% said a little

27. Based on what youíve heard, how would you rate the performance of the following people during the coronavirus crisis?
Asked about people who they had heard about during the past week


Joe -- just 10% said excellent ... 31% said fair, and 30% said poor.
Fair points, though it is worth noting that, in spite of this, people still trust Biden over Trump to handle the crisis by 6 points.

I don't consider that 6% a critical advantage when 21% of people also trust them equally

28. Who would you trust more to handle coronavirus?
Joe Biden . . .  42%
Donald Trump . . .36%
About the same . . . 21%


At least you are looking through the numbers analytically and in a more rational manner.  A more worthy opponent to disagree and a better representative to defend Trump than certain people on this board.
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« Reply #6 on: March 30, 2020, 02:04:39 PM »

46-40%.

8% undecided, 3% will vote 3rd party, 2% wouldn't vote. So still a lot of people saying neither.

This poll also reflects an indifference towards Joe Biden:

26. How much have you read, heard, or seen anything about the following people during the last week?

Joe -- 24% said none, 28% said a little

27. Based on what youíve heard, how would you rate the performance of the following people during the coronavirus crisis?
Asked about people who they had heard about during the past week


Joe -- just 10% said excellent ... 31% said fair, and 30% said poor.
Fair points, though it is worth noting that, in spite of this, people still trust Biden over Trump to handle the crisis by 6 points.

I don't consider that 6% a critical advantage when 21% of people also trust them equally

28. Who would you trust more to handle coronavirus?
Joe Biden . . .  42%
Donald Trump . . .36%
About the same . . . 21%

Yes, but Trump is the President.

Exactly. Bingo!
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« Reply #7 on: March 30, 2020, 03:51:03 PM »

Much more believable than Biden +2 or Biden +10. I feel like Biden would win the PV by 5-6 points if the election were held today, which would result in a decisive EC win but not a blowout (+MI/PA/FL/AZ/NE-02 at the very least, with GA/TX/WI/NC all very close and OH somewhat close).
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« Reply #8 on: March 30, 2020, 06:05:01 PM »

Hey so we donít need to jump off the bridge over the abc poll anymore

Yeah, I guess Trump's days in positive polling territory are as fleeting as the flavor in Zebra Stripe gum.

I will still never forgive many Americans of giving him that luxury for awhile though. I also will not absolve myself of fearing that another bump, timed closer to the election, could be enough to guarantee him winning. The possibility is sadly always out there if the recent bump suggests anything.
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