Despite the mainstream media’s relentless narrative that former Vice President Joe Biden leads President Trump by “double digits,” the real numbers reveal another story. Early voting in battleground states shows a shockingly high Republican turnout.
Washington Examiner White House Correspondent Katherine Doyle reports the vote in key swing states like North Carolina is going to be “a dogfight to the end.”
Part of the problem with getting a clear picture of early mail-in voters and their choice for President is Trump voter’s reluctance to verbalize their choice to the media or pollsters.
A longtime Republican political organizer in North Carolina said, “I’d say probably a solid 20 to 30% … don’t want to say it too loud. There’s nothing necessarily in their yards, one way or the other [indicating their support].”
North Carolina, which has 15 electoral college votes, may prove critical to the President’s reelection chances. RealClearPolitics shows Biden holding a 3.3 percent advantage over Trump. That falls within the margin of error, making it “too close to call.”
President Trump told FOX News, “These polls are much better than I had last time. Last time I was down in nine states, I ended up winning all nine of them.”
The real numbers are no different in any of the swing states.
Watch the video as Conservative Resurgence shows why there is so much confusion about the “real numbers” in early voting.