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President Trump will win in the major battleground States, and the “all voters” support re-election of him, a Republican National Committee (RNC) memo obtained by Fox News says.
The memo comes amid reports the President is struggling in the polls, he’s Biden against potential 2020 adversary, such as the democratic front runner, former Vice-President, Joe.
But after the RNC, his own massive data operation tells a different story. According to the figures, Trump has a higher approval than rejection in the evaluation battleground States of Ohio and Pennsylvania, while a majority of Florida voters (53 percent) support the re-election of him.
“One thing that everyone learned that from the 2016 election, that the public polling is often wrong, and to measure particularly badly, the support for President Trump,” said RNC Chairman Ronna McDaniel in a statement to Fox News.
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“That’s why the Republican National Committee has built a world-class program that gives us information that we can rely on. The truth is that the President is Trump in a remarkably strong position to win re-election. Our internal polling has him the numbers to win in key battleground States across the country, athletic and incredibly strong agreement across the board.”
The memo does not mention, in particular, that Biden claimed, however, that other democratic contenders received a negative image ratings in many of the States, the party is modeled. Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Kamala Harris, D-Calif., – usually in the third or fourth place in polling for the candidacy of the Democrats, faced with the negative image ratings in each of the States of the RNC are queried.
Sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., met with negative reviews, in many of the States, the party would need to win, to beat trump in the year 2020. In Iowa, for example, the progressive underdog faces a -12 image evaluation, before he sessions faces off against Biden in the first group of the Democratic primary season.
A Republican National Committee memo claims voters overall support Trump’s re-election.
Sanders, the passion of defending democratic socialism on Wednesday, could also face pushback about some of his emblematic strategies. “Medicare for all” and the “Green New Deal” – what he and other leading Democrats endorsed-are “wildly unpopular s,” the RNC memo.
And while the memo did not name any of the proposals that the RNC respondents generally cited the “democratic politics” – which probably included Sanders’ and Warren’s’ proposals to offer “free” tuition fees.
“Every single state we tested far Medicare-for-All rejects, including important States such as Florida, where it is read upside down by the -15 points, or Ohio, where upside-down by 18 points,” the memo.
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“The bottom line is, we are confident that between a growing economy and an unpopular Democratic field with even more unpopular policy proposals, the President is in a strong position to win re-election.”
The memo comes after the trump campaign dismissed the internal polling numbers from ABC News as ‘old’ and ‘meaningless.’
The assessment came after ABC News published on Friday the details of the trump campaign, internal polling from March shows Biden in front of trump, to as much as 16 points in Pennsylvania, and 10 points in Wisconsin and seven points in Florida. It is also the Trump lead of just two points in Texas showed.
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Campaign Manager Brad Parscale, in a statement to Fox News, argues that these figures are out-of-date ” and “should not be given any weight in the discussion about the current state of the race.”
“These figures leaked are ancient, and in campaign terms, from months-old polling, which began in March, two major events had occurred: the publication of the summary of the Mueller report exonerating the President, and the beginning of the democratic candidates to define themselves with their far-left political message,” Parscale said.
Parscale insisted, the campaign has seen the “great fluctuations of the President in favour of the 17 States we’ve polled.”
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The campaign’s pollster, Tony Fabrizio, said in a statement that the data “incomplete and misleading.”
“The old figures of March is reported to represent a worst-case scenario in the worst turnout model,” said Fabrizio. “A more likely turnout model modeled after 2016, and if a Democrat is defined, the race only are not competitive, the President is the leader.”