Trump’s Surprise Millennial Wave: Here Are the Polls They Don’t Want You to See
Just when you thought you had the political landscape all figured out, something mind-blowing happens.
You’ve heard the mainstream narrative, right? Millennials lean left, and they’d never support a conservative like Trump.
But here’s where the plot thickens: the actual data tells a different story. A story that’s bound to ruffle some feathers and send shockwaves through the political world…
We’re talking about a stunning shift in the millennial demographic – one that defies all expectations.
And no, this isn’t some fringe conspiracy theory or baseless claim.
This comes from a reputable source that’s tough for even the most ardent Trump critics to dismiss.
Picture this: it’s 2023, and millennials are rallying behind Trump more than any other age group.
That’s right – they’re showing up in droves, leaving Generation X and Baby Boomers in the dust. And trust us, this isn’t just a blip on the radar. We’re talking about a full-fledged, undeniable surge.
🚨NEW: Donald Trump receives polling boost from millennialshttps://t.co/yeR9kuvOSw
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) April 6, 2023
Iowa 2024: Trump Holds 15-Point Lead for Republican Nomination
• Trump — 41%
• DeSantis — 26%
• Haley — 5%
• Pence — 3%
• Pompeo — 3%
• Ramaswamy — 1%
• Youngkin — 1%
• Trump — 47%
• DeSantis — 39%@JLPartnersPolls | 03/25-04/04 | LVshttps://t.co/9FnHFkS1xP pic.twitter.com/IlxwsKQrgl
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) April 6, 2023
Trump surges in polls, fundraises millions ahead of arraignmenthttps://t.co/E6GuY9QRPs
— Dinesh D’Souza (@DineshDSouza) April 4, 2023
Young people are supposed to be liberal.
They’re supposed to hate Republicans, especially Trump.
Yet one of the most reliable polls in the industry (with a B+ rating thanks to its track record) says that Millennials support Trump more than any other generation.
In fact, according to Newsweek:
Former U.S. President Donald Trump is more popular among millennials than any other core age demographic, according to polling data.
Trump’s YouGov Rating currently shows that the Republican’s popularity among millennials—generally those born between 1981 and 1996—is at 47 percent.
This figure is higher than Generation X (anyone born between 1965 and 1980), where Trump is considered popular among 37 percent, and Baby Boomers (those born between 1946 and 1964), where he is also at 37 percent.
YouGov Ratings are based on polling from 1,522 nationally representative interviews of the U.S. population, collected during the first quarter of 2023.
If Trump has any hope of winning the 2024 Election, he would need the support of the millennial generation.
So let’s get this straight…
Trump is outperforming other Republicans with:
- Black voters
- Asian voters
- Latino voters
- Women voters
- And now, millennial voters
It’s no wonder that most reputable polls now show Trump beating Biden with the popular vote!
Rasmussen: Trump Gains 10 Points Vs. Biden
#Trump2024 #Polls #gains #BidenIsDestroyingAmerica #Trending
— Dick Morris (@DickMorrisTweet) April 5, 2023
POLLS: Trump Surging After Indictment….Rasmussen has him 47-40 over Biden https://t.co/hjaWxoFACB pic.twitter.com/DhP9CV2HhV
— Grace Chong 🇺🇸 (@gc22gc) April 6, 2023
The DeSandinistas really think that DeSantis is so spectacular, and wonderful, and magnetic, and popular and unifying, that he can blow these numbers out of the water to defeat Biden even though he’s being trounced by Trump in the polls. Delusional! Not serious people. pic.twitter.com/pKch5yGgSg
— Jon Miller (@MillerStream) April 5, 2023
You see, there’s this narrative that Trump can only win through the Electoral College.
While we’re all thankful for the Electoral College, how awesome would it be if Trump blows Biden away with the popular vote?
Well, that’s what appears to be happening.
Trump has a 5 point lead over Biden according to The Hill:
Former President Trump leads President Biden and Vice President Harris in hypothetical 2024 match-ups, according to a new Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll survey released Friday exclusively to The Hill.
Forty-six percent of those surveyed said they would vote for Trump over Biden if the 2024 election were held today, compared to 41 percent who said they would support the president. Thirteen percent were unsure or didn’t know.
By a wider margin, 49 percent of respondents would vote for Trump and 39 percent would vote for Harris if the 2024 race were between the two. Thirteen percent were unsure or didn’t know.
Folks, a positive poll for Trump from Harvard is nothing to sneeze at!
This is a big deal!
Of course, the mainstream media will never report this.
They will try to dampen support for Trump by refusing to cover any story that is positive for Trump’s 2024 campaign.
So help us boost morale.
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Together, we can Make America Great Again!