So far this has shown to be some election year. Now the race for the white house is really getting intense. I had a lot of respect for Cruz in the senate and in the beginning of the campaign, but I never thought Cruz could beat Hillary even though they said he could. I didn’t think he was tough enough and when he picked Carly Fiorina so early I knew that was an act of desperation and knew he couldn’t win then. Trump is tough and if you hit him he hits back which is what I like in a leader. You don’t get where he is by being Mr. nice guy. Also people like Mark Levin said they want a real conservative in there. I don’t think the atmosphere in the country now is conducive for a conservative. You need someone in there who is capable of bringing others in and Trump is doing that.
These republican establishment folks say they want to bring more people in their party then Trump does it and they complain about him. So far 20% of democrats say they have switched parties and in Pennsylvania 62,000 people have switched parties to vote for Trump. In spite of what the left wing media would have you believe, many women support Trump as do many Hispanics. They realize all these illegals are taking jobs away from them after they came here legally. That’s why they support Trump.
Both Trump and Hillary draw support in the mid-70 percentile from their respective party members, but the real surprise is in the cross-over vote, as 15 percent of Democrats intend to vote for Trump while only 8 percent of GOP voters say they’ll vote for Hillary.
Trump also leads among independent and unaffiliated voters, who will likely prove quite crucial in this cycle.
Both candidates also perform about the same with their respective gender and do poorly with the opposite gender. Hillary does well with minority voters but much less so with white voters, and vice versa for Trump.
The poll of likely voters showed Trump beating Hillary 41-39 percent, with 15 percent preferring an unnamed third-party candidate and 5 percent remaining unsure. These results fall within the 3 percent margin of error. BREAKING POLL: National Poll Reveals Trump With LEAD Over Hillary
A longtime Bush family operative and current RNC national committeeman from Massachusetts is calling on Republicans to rally behind supporters of Donald Trump and nominate the New York City real estate mogul as the GOP candidate for president.
“To be honest, I started with my friend Jeb Bush, who I grew up with,” Ron Kaufman said, “That didn’t work.”
“Trump is doing well for one reason,” Kaufman said on HBO. “He understands the climate and the culture of America today better than anybody.”
“Clearly, Mr. Trump understands what people are thinking out there in America better than anybody else,” he said. “That’s why he will be the nominee in my opinion and I believe he’ll be the president.”
Kaufman predicted a unified Republican party will coalesce behind Trump after the convention in Cleveland this July, spurred on the specter of a Hillary Clinton presidency. http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/05/03/jeb-bush-ally-backs-trump/
As far as Hillary goes, I think an old Rolling Stones song describes her perfectly, “Who wants yesterday’s papers? Who wants yesterday’s girl? Nobody in the world.”