Worst Poll for Democrats in YEARS

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In what is an obvious sign of the Democrats’ mass exodus from the Party of Slavery and the Lynching of Black People, we get new polling.

According to a Hill-HarrisX poll released Monday, 73 percent of Democrats say they would support the eventual 2020 presidential nominee. Interestingly, this poll was released as good news for Democrats.

I suspect the poll was received as good news, as Democrats thought they number would be far worse?

Contrast this with polling that shows 95 percent of Republicans back President Trump.

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Diving into the numbers, if 73 percent of Democrats will support the eventual nominee, then if my public school math holds, approximately 27 percent of Democrats won’t vote for the nominee.

Taking into account the polls roughly 5 percent margin of error, this number could be as high as 32 percent. But even in the best-case scenario for Democrats the number is 22 percent.

If 22 percent of Democrats vote Republican, Armageddon occurs for Democrats. But let’s not go nuclear just yet. Because these Democrats may not vote Republican, and choose to just stay home. In that case, 95 percent of Republicans will vote against 72 percent of Democrats, still not a great outcome for Democrats.

The Bigger Problem

Let’s face it; Democrats will never repeat the Utopia of 2008, when they elected the worst president in American history. And the biggest letdown in history followed that feeling of euphoria, as Obama disappointed on monumental levels.

In truth, Obama’s failure elected Donald Trump.

Democrats have  no clue how to rectify the situation. A good number of  leftists decided to watch from the sidelines as 2020 unfolds.

The article continues:

Twelve percent of Democratic respondents said they would not vote if their candidate doesn’t become the party nominee.

Just 8 percent said they would support the GOP nominee, who is likely to be Trump, if their preferred candidate didn’t win the Democratic nomination.

Seven percent said they would vote for a third-party candidate.

That clearly spells trouble for the left. In fact, it’s absolutely apparent- this ship is sinking faster than the Titanic.

Sinking Ship

Several candidates officially dropped the ball over the past few weeks. The democratic field topped out at more than two dozen. Now, we’re down to 17. Perhaps one of the biggest dropouts thus far is Beto O’Rourke.

Our team covered Beto’s exit:

Somehow, Beto thought his loss could parlay into a presidential win. Even though he didn’t stand a chance, some liberals allowed Beto to entertain the possibilities. But at the end of the day, Beto never gained traction, and he never raised the dollars a big campaign needs to survive.

In fact, rumors say Beto had to cut staff just to make advertising come together. And while O’Rourke made his announcement public, he did not go quietly into that good night.

Instead, O’Rourke pledged to continue to fight Trump on the sidelines. “I will be part of this and so will you,” he said.

Beto’s withdrawal leaves him on the outside.

No longer a Congressman, never a Senator, and certainly not a Presidential contender, Beto vows to get revenge.

According to The Hill, Beto said:

“I can tell you firsthand from having the chance to know the candidates, we will be well served by any one of them, and I’m going to be proud to support whoever that nominee is.”

“We must support them in the race against Donald Trump and support them in their administration afterwards, do all that we can to help them heal a wounded country and bring us together in meeting the greatest set of challenges we have ever known,” he added.

With seventeen candidates still hanging on, one would guess the democrats have a contender in there somewhere. However, as we recently noted, the democrats are driving their wagon without a horse. They have no idea where to pin their hopes.

At this point, Democrats might as well play duck, duck, goose. The last liberal standing gets the ticket.