Poll Expertly Trolls Donald Trump's Orlando Campaign Launch With Brutal New 2020 Numbers Out of Florida
President Donald Trump is not having a good day as he heads to Orlando, Florida for a MAGA rally where he is expected to formally announce his 2020 presidential candidacy. First right leaning paper the Orlando Sentinel endorsed "not Donald Trump" for 2020 and now Quinnipiac University's latest poll of Florida voters has Trump losing to all the Democratic front-runners.
The specter of being a one term President is not something Trump is likely to respond favorably to. Especially the news that another poll shows his support in states he won in 2020 continues to erode.
Trump Is Going to Hate This New Poll of Potential 2020 Match-ups Between Him and the Top Democratic Candidates
A new Quinnipiac poll is spelling bad news for President Donald Trump.
The university—which has an A- rating on FiveThirtyEight—indicates that top Democrats would defeat Trump in a general election were it held today.
New Poll Finds Donald Trump's Approval Rating Falling Again and a Deeper Dive Into the Numbers Shows Why
President Donald Trump spends much of his time and energy on public adoration. Likely a holdover from his years bolstering the Trump brand to maximize profits, his rallies are carefully crafted to ensure only supporters gain access or are allowed on camera.
The 45th President holds court on stage or at Mar-a-Lago or in private dinners at the White House with only those who revere him. Trump also loves tweeting numbers. If there is a number he can boast about on his Twitter feed, he can and will.
Freedom of the Press is one of the tenants of democracy in the United States. The founders of the nation considered it so important they protected it in the First Amendment.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances." ~ First Amendment to the United States Constitution
However that trust and importance eroded among some segments of the population. A new Quinnipiac poll finds a majority of Republicans view the media as the "enemy of the people" instead of a defender of freedom.