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In spite of its ” soft edge,’ mayor Pete Buttigieg is far from the mainstream of American politics, President, says the Republican pollster Chris Wilson, CEO of WPA intelligence.
One day after the 2020 democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg city hall with Fox News, Republican pollster Chris Wilson told “Fox & Friends” that the South Bend, Indiana, the mayor of the political platforms, not unlike those of Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders.
They argue that it has a “smart move” by Buttigieg, was to appear on the Fox News town hall, as well as Sanders and Warren refused to do that, Wilson added that Buttigieg is likely to gain still too far outside of the mainstream to a popular vote.
“It is informed, the younger, is good, center-left candidate,” Wilson, CEO of WPA intelligence, said. “But at the same time, it is not much distinction between his policy and that of Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren.
“Although he believe a softer edge, I, in the end, he comes off as someone who is much too far out of the mainstream for American policy,” he continued.
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Buttigieg acknowledged at the event that he needs to work harder to appeal to voters of color.
According to “Fox & Friends” host Ainsley Earhardt, Buttigieg polling well among white voters, but with only one percent below the “non-white primary voters.”
Wilson said: this means Buttigieg will be a success, in States such as Iowa and New Hampshire, but face more difficulties when campaigns in the southern States such as South Carolina, Texas and Georgia.
“In California, the voice of Hispanic, hard-to-African-American is strong. It is said about the challenges, the areas outside the major Metropolitan areas and outside of the Midwest,” Wilson.
Despite the mayor’s impressive increase since the announcement of its presidential candidate, Wilson said he believes Buttigieg a strong run, but eventually “flame out have to run.”
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In view of the fact that Joe Biden asked to remain at the top of the polls among Democratic voters, Earhardt, Wilson, whether it is possible to select Biden Buttigieg could, as his running mate, he should have the nomination.
“The democratic party will not accept a card with two white men,” Wilson said.
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“Buttigieg homosexual, he is still white. Grand coalitions of the Democratic party, African-Americans, Hispanics, come and say, ‘for this,” you have Kamala Harris or someone like the VP,” he added.