Dems In Panic Over These Trump Numbers

Trump Numbers

Last week Donald Trump was officially nominated by the Republican Party to become president and the entire Trump team delivered a great convention and the polls prove it.

Aside from the Ted Cruz scene and the Melania speech controversy, the convention went off without a hitch and even the protesters were calm compared to other ones we have seen this year.

Donald delivered a good speech, not great, but good enough and his four children that spoke were fantastic character witnesses. Ivanka was the shining star, and even Trump’s most ardent haters respect the poise and character of Donald’s oldest daughter.

In a CNN/ORC Poll released this morning has Donald Trump beating Hillary Clinton 44% to 39% with Gary Johnson and Jill Stein getting 9% and 3% respectively.

When looking at a two-way race, it is closer, 48% to 45% with Trump in the lead.

What do these numbers tell us? They say two things.

1. It is clear that Trump still has the potential to gain new voters that didn’t consider him until the convention.

2. It is also clear that Bernie Sanders’ voters are not all going to Clinton, but most are shifting to Gary Johnson or Jill Stein.

The convention added a big boost for Donald Trump and has taken a 5-point lead over Hillary and gained six points.

The question now is can Hillary get a boost from her convention?

With the new DNC email scandal and Debbie Wasserman-Schultz resigning as head of the party, Hillary may not get the boost she needs. Especially since she just hired the corrupt party leader that was forced to resign. That doesn’t show good leadership.

The Democrats are in a panic, because if Bernie’s fans go to Gary Johnson, there will be no stopping Trump.

What do you think, is Trump really going to win this election? Let us know in the comments below.

Adam Campbell is a former military brat, who grew up all over the world--but considers Milwaukee, WI, where he and his wife currently live, to be his home. He enjoys reporting the real news, without bias.