Poll: Trump Loses One Point in Wake of P*ssy CommentsChris Menahan
Oct. 09, 2016
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The numbers are in -- Trump lost one single point due to his decade old private pussy comments.
So much for that whole "the election is over" nonsense.
A wave of Republican officials abandoned Donald Trump on Saturday, but, at least for now, rank-and-file Republicans are standing by the party's presidential candidate, according to a new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll conducted immediately after audio was unearthed Friday that had the GOP nominee crudely bragging about groping women and trying to lure a married woman into an affair.
But voters are largely viewing Trump's comments through their own partisan lens: 70 percent of Democrats say Trump should end his campaign, but just 12 percent of Republicans -- and 13 percent of female Republicans -- agree.Seems the Republicucks jumped the gun.
Republican voters are against the Republican elite saboteurs:
In fact, thereís evidence that cutting Trump loose could hurt Republicans like Ayotte, at least initially. Thereís little to gain from bailing on Trump: While 31 percent of voters said renouncing support for Trump after the newly released video would make them more likely to vote for a Republican candidate, 25 percent said it would make them less likely to vote for that candidate. More than a third, 34 percent, said it doesnít matter either way.All anti-Trump saboteurs should be voted against, even if it means voting for Democrats.
Watch this awesome video of Paul Ryan getting shouted down:
Same happened to Sheldon Adelson puppet Joe Heck:
No retreat, no surrender.
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