Many mainstream media polls still claim Joe Biden is going to win in November.
But what about the much-lauded “Silent Majority”?
In 2016, many Trump supporters refused to talk to pollsters or tell them who they were really voting for.
Are they still around today?
Rasmussen has been trying to get to the bottom of this, and they think they have an answer:
Trump voters appear to be hiding their vote again this election cycle.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 17% of Likely U.S. Voters who Strongly Approve of the job President Trump is doing say they are less likely to let others know how they intend to vote in the upcoming election. By comparison, just half as many (8%) of those who Strongly Disapprove of the president’s performance say the same.
According to a survey conducted by Rasmussen, a percentage of voters who approve of Trump are less likely to let others know who they will vote for.
That’s consistent with what was seen in 2016 when Hillary Clinton was predicted to win the election.
Since then, the mainstream media, users online, even celebrities have gone out of their way to shame Trump supporters.
Major news networks like CNN have even doxxed young Trump supporters, exposing them to danger.
Many Americans who support the president might fear coming under attack or even losing their jobs.
We’ve seen leftists go after people just for wearing a Trump hat.
Is it so far-fetched that millions of Americans refuse to even answer an election poll, much less admit they are voting for Trump?
Democrats have branded conservatives with terrible labels. Is it any wonder why many would rather stay silent, for now, and let their votes speak for them in November?
And that’s not even factoring in how many pollsters weigh their results to give Democrats a perceived advantage.
Come election day, the only poll that matters will be revealed.
Are you part of the Silent Majority who will help get Trump re-elected?
- Rasmussen found that a number of those who approve of Trump are less likely to share who they vote for.
- Many claim a “silent majority” of Americans will vote for Trump, as they did in 2016.
- Major polls continue to give Biden a lead over the president.
Source: Rasmussen Reports