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President Trump trails his Democratic presidential rivals in the latest Fox News poll; reaction and analysis from former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu, former White House chief of staff to President George H. W. Bush.
Former Republican White House Chief of Staff John Sununu said to create opinion researchers new, with a data-metrics for the Board of management, if you hope to have more accurate polling, said in future elections — and before that President, Trump has nothing to fear, despite the recent results.
Sununu appeared on “America’s Newsroom” Monday, and host Sandra Smith cited a Fox News poll show Biden in front of Trump-10 points. Then you can do Trump asked, to turn the tide, and Sununu answered by an attack on the validity of the surveys.
“Just continue to presidential elections,” he said. “And with all due respect to all the surveys that there is, you have to reform the process.”
Sununu said the voters are tired of pollsters and avoid in the rule, give you information, or is deliberately wrong answer out of spite. He called on the industry to win the reform of their current model, a more accurate understanding of America’s pulse.
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“There are people who don’t answer very aware of their mobile phones, when they are called,” Sununu said.
“There are people who give false answers to pollsters, and this is more and more a problem in the polling process,” he said. “Until we have six months before the election to get a glimpse of no surveys even, what is in the public domain.”
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“[Trump] shouldn’t be worried. Look, the far left path, the Democratic party of America has become anywhere close to mainstream. And it is mainstream America elects the President.”
The former New Hampshire Governor also referred to the 2020 democratic debate as a “circus” earlier in the interview, and said, Joe Biden is the candidate to lose the most in the early stages. He also accused the entire Democratic field of shameless pandering for votes.
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“The circus starts this week with the two debates,” he said. “The democratic [cadidates] with their two debates. Joe Biden really is the to lose the most in these two debates. He has to prove that he is everything. He needs to show that he knows how to speak to the new democratic party. And he probably has to prove that he can out-pander the other gang of panderers.”