Sunday, 13 October 2019

Pollster Finds Democrats Have Trouble in Pennsylvania…Especially if Warren is Nominee

In 2016 Donald Trump took Pennsylvania. Democrats have written that off as a fluke. They believe Pennsylvania will return to the fold in 2020 but pollsters are not so certain and the key could be Southwestern Pennsylvania. That is an area that’s economy is booming because of fracking. Most Democratic candidates oppose fracking, but Warren is by far the most radical, not to mention her Medicare For All plan that’s wildly unpopular. David Wasserman of the Cook Political Report pointed this out in a recent polling report. Hillary Clinton took 631,120 in Western Pennsylvania and she didn’t oppose fracking as part of her platform.

From The Gateway Pundit

One pollster disagrees however, especially if the Democrats nominate Elizabeth Warren.

Townhall reports:

Pollster: Anxiety Over This 2020 Candidate Could Force PA Democrats To Vote For Trump

So, is the Democrats’ impeachment push popular with their base? Probably. This is something that they’ve de facto campaigned on for nearly three years. The impeachment of Donald Trump because he won the 2016 election was not a question of ‘if’ but ‘when.’ But this is mostly an issue that appears to get the professional elite in the Democratic Party excited. There are other issues for the 2020 cycle.
In Pennsylvania, a must-win state for both sides, Democrats in the western part of the state are not happy with the Democrats’ 2020 agenda. They’re not thrilled their party is anti-fracking and pushing an agenda that will gut their health insurance. For Medicare for All to work, all private plans have to go, which includes those for union workers.

David Wasserman of the Cook Political Report noted this recently, adding there is a chasm where Democrats can fall if they come off as too insane. These folks are also not happy with the prospect of Lie-a-Watha Liz winning the nomination either:

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