POLL: 88% Of Trump Voters Would Do It Again

The Hill reports:

About one in eight people who voted for President Trump in the 2016 presidential race said they would make a different decision today, according to a new poll. A Reuters/Ipsos poll of 2016 voters found 12 percent of respondents said they would not cast their votes for Trump “if the 2016 presidential election were held today.” Still, 88 percent of those who voted for Trump in the 2016 presidential race said they would do it again. The poll was conducted from July 11 to 12 among 1,296 people, including 541 Trump voters.

More from Reuters:

The minority of Trump voters who said they would not vote for him again gave varying reasons in interviews for why they had changed their minds. Some were tired of his daily trolling of Democrats, the media and the judiciary. Some were disappointed that the Trump administration has not yet swept illegal immigrants out of their communities. Others said the president has not ended the mistrust and hyper-partisanship in Washington as much as they had hoped.

  • TrueWords
    • JT

      Stupider.

  • grada3784

    This is truly discouraging.

  • Michael R

    Why do they hate ……………………………………………. everything ?

  • Jeffrey

    Will be 99% by re election time because republicans fall into line and vote party first.

    • Oh’behr in Minnesota

      Oh wait, they’ll call themselves Independents and still vote R. They might not admit always in the future they voted for Trump yet they’ll still push the button for anything which says Republicans (or something equally as fascistic now that the Republicans have gone in that direction).

  • Texndoc

    Well you know, all the polls in the world were wrong before the election and after they’re all truth. You did know that huh.

  • Lazycrockett

    There is always a certain percentage of people who just want to watch everything crash and burn. They should be ignored.

    • TrueWords

      Trump is their entertainment…

      You know how someone is asleep (eyes closed and snoring loud enough to set off a car alarm) with the TV on and when you turn it off they almost bite your fucking head off and defend with great passion the notion that they were watching it…

      YEP that is what is happening here

    • Oh’behr in Minnesota

      Exactly. Some people it’s squirrel. Shiny object.
      Other people it’s how much blood is on the freeway. When cars crash.
      Or a house is burning. Are they bringing out the burned bodies yet?!

    • Reality.Bites

      But enough about BernieBros

  • olandp

    You can’t cure stupid, and here is the proof.

  • bkmn

    What percentage of them are regular FuxSnooz viewers? My guess is 88%.

    • Reality.Bites

      True fact-most of his supporters are too stupid to understand fox news. They rely on their smarter friends and relatives

  • TrueWords

    Just watch and see WHO they are and WHAT they believe and HOW they think:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFQhw3VVToQ

  • June Gordon

    America is full of ignorant people. That said, it would take every few of them to change their minds to swing the election. To say nothing of the much larger influences of American voter suppression and Russian shenanigans.

  • james1200
  • HZ81

    Of course they would. These dumb fucks don’t care about issues. They care about sticking it to queers, spics, spooks, chinks, etc. if they lose everything while doing it, so be it.

    • Skokieguy [Larry]

      THIS! And for decades, the divisions in our country have been carefully sown to insure they will endure. For Trump supporters to change, they would have to essentially acknowledge that they are stupid, ill informed and were scammed. Trump has not so subtly insulted his own bases, but there very firmly fixed blinders make them oblivious. He is laughing at them while he is scamming them for support and simultaneously enacting policies that will significant hurt and literally kill.

      • Ragnar Lothbrok

        On a smaller farmer blog, one of them said:
        ” My guns are safe and Mexicans are scared, I would vote for him again and again for those 2 reasons alone “

      • Politics, like religion and so many other things become part of their identity. To admit that they were wrong requires admitting that there was something wrong with them. No one likes that.

      • HZ81

        Yes! The reason the right hate education and anyone smarter than a fifth grader is because a dopes are easier to dip in the FoxNews pool to coat with untruths and ginned up racial animus. Issues are complex but build a wall isn’t. They control their base with lies and fear and we’re living with the results. I fear not much longer, sadly.

  • zhera

    They would rather see the world burn than have a woman as President.
    Fucking assholes.

    • Oh’behr in Minnesota

      Or eating their already nuked MRE’s (meals) they’ve stockpiled in the open basement because they practiced being preppers and shucks, Trump pushed the nuclear trigger. He was just having fun and now the preppers are having fun too.Ouch, where’s the bandages and they now feel a warm nuclear suntan radiation burn coming on. What, now it’s snowing too! /s

  • crewman

    Interviewer: Trump wants to shoot your wife, poison your water, and eliminate your healthcare, but he tells you he’s saving the country. Do you still support him?

    Trump supporter: Damn right, he’s making America great again.

    • Jonathan Smith

      to be fair, it’s cheaper than a divorce.

    • madknits

      I was told that he was going to make us all rich. He’s a rich man and he wants to make us all rich like him.

      I had a very hard time trying to control the eye roll response.

      • Ragnar Lothbrok

        Someone was interviewed in Iowa last month who said that very thing. But added,” he doesn’t want any more money for himself.”

        • Oh’behr in Minnesota

          Snort. They don’t have any conception that Trump family is a Mafia family in disguise.

          • Reality.Bites

            They only dislike the mafia in the first place because they were Italian

          • BudClark

            The Mafia were very sweet and protective of me when I was organist at La Madonna della Rosario e Pompeii, during the height of the Hough race riots in Cleveland in the 1960s. They had the pastor move me into the rectory, and then they guarded the church, the rectory, the convent, the school, and the entirety of Little Italy from the elevated train trestles that circled the neighborhood. Of COURSE they were criminals and racists, but everybody just sort of blinked at that when they helped out old ladies and kids, etc.

          • cleos_mom

            More like a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Russian mob.

            Which brings the evangelical Christians under that umbrella.

      • Todd20036

        It’s times like this that I wish I were turned on by stupidity.
        I’d be walking around with a permanent erection every time a republican was in the WH

  • Ken M

    They still have Trump vs Hillary on the brain.

  • Jonathan Smith
  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    We have always had the very stupid in this country. What is new, is that we never had the internet to bring the stupid together to support each other’s stupid.

    • Reality.Bites

      This is why tractor pulls and demolition derbies are no longer popular. no longer needed as a gathering place.

  • bambinoitaliano

    I think all these polls are attached to the Russian hacking base to continue Putin’s effort in reality altering on Americans. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/0ca85cae3d137ff3546e527c07a0adb4859e3187f33c7eb58a1a4fc0d251cad0.gif

  • another_steve

    About one in eight people who voted for President Trump in the 2016 presidential race said they would make a different decision today, according to a new poll.

    Okay. One in eight. I’ll settle for that.

    May they breed and through the passing down of their genes produce offspring who also would not vote for Donald Trump.

    • Reality.Bites

      May no Trump supporter ever get laid again, let alone breed!

  • Joe in PA
  • vorpal ๐Ÿ˜ผ

    I think that the problems are that:
    1. Some of these people just despised Hillary and nothing could convince them to vote for her; and
    2. The right has been miserable for eight years of an Obama presidency and would do anything to drag us down to their level, even if it is clearly in their worst interests. They despise liberalism and hold tremendous disdain for the progress we made, and will set fire to the world just to try to make us feel as they have.

    The issue with #2 is that Obama – even if they disagreed with his policies / were racist – was an eloquent, well-spoken president with excellent diplomatic skills. Trump is a shit-show who can barely form a sentence and has no clue what he is doing. He has more scandals in a week than Obama had in all eight years.

    • zhera

      Vorps, where have you been? Missed you.

      • vorpal ๐Ÿ˜ผ

        Awww… thanks! Yeah, I’ve barely been online.
        Would rather not go into detail here, but will email you in about 10 minutes and let you know!

      • BudClark

        BIG HUGS from Bud-in-the-desert!!!

    • boatboy_srq

      Welcome back!

    • Acronym Jim

      If you have access to the Smithsonian Channel, I highly recommend their retrospective on the Obama presidency, “The Obama Years: The Power of Words.”

    • Adam Schmidt

      But consider this… if 12% of Trump’s voters had voted for Hillary, she would have won. If 12% of Trump’s voters had just not voted at all, Hillary would have won. If 12% of Trump’s voters decided they hate the world and voted for Jill Stein, Hillary would have won.

      Even more, that 12% number is in line with what we saw in the Georgia 6th where the pendulum swung 18 points from November to June. We saw the same thing in South Carolina’s 5th district with similar numbers. Keep the momentum up and we’ll see a very different House and Senate in 2018. Even with just the shift we’ve had in only the first 6 months of Trump’s presidency, it’s enough to elect a Democratic controlled House.

    • JCF

      Obama “was and eloquent, well-spoken president with excellent diplomatic skills. Trump is a shit-show who can barely form a sentence”

      And who do they identify with? [Yes, should be “With whom do they identify?” But Drumpf supporters wouldn’t know that.]

      • vorpal ๐Ÿ˜ผ

        I don’t think you should vote based on who you identify with. For example, due to my adult ADHD, my brain stumbles when it comes to organization and I’m not the greatest public speaker. (Still way the fuck better than Trump.)

        I voted for Obama not because I could identify with him, but because I recognized that he had the skills that make a great leader. I would NOT make a great leader of a country.

        Voting for “someone like you”, especially when it comes to education, shows just how stupid and uneducated you are.

  • TrueWords

    Trump supporters got what they wanted:

    1. a man

    2. a white man

    3. end of list

    • Adam King

      Plus he’s rich and famous so he must be smarter than those middle-class elitists you’ve never heard of.

    • Todd20036

      a straight, white man.

      • JCF

        A racist, misogynist straight white man.

      • BudClark

        Straight? STRAIGHT? Twisted child-molesting rapist, more like!

  • Leo

    These hypotheticals for clicks and views from these outlets aren’t helpful.

    The Rust Belt flip counties from Obama to Trump like NBC’s reported ARE.

    Deplorables will stay deplorable. The focus needs to stay on the winnables.

  • ByronK

    I wonder if some of them are so embarrassed by him that they aren’t willing to admit it was a massive mistake to vote for him in the first place so they say they’d do it again. If that makes any sense.

    • zhera

      Well, these are the people who believe that the Clintons had people killed, that the pizza plaze was a front for a pedophile network, and that George Soros was a SS officer in WWII….

      • Oh’behr in Minnesota

        And I’m getting a million dollars a week from George for posting online too. And you can too!

      • cleos_mom

        Which would put George a little over 100 years old but hey — what kind of Real American does math?

        • zhera

          Math is for libturd losers!

      • BudClark

        Butbutbut … the pizza place didn’t HAVE a basement, which was where all the slaughtering, cooking, and enslaving was supposed to be taking place(!!).

        • zhera

          Details, schmetails!

    • Adam King

      Embarrassed? They’re too ignorant to even know they should be embarrassed. No, they love him! He’s doing great! Sticking it to them libruls–that’ll teach ’em.

  • Ken M

    They already got free hats out of the deal (though Made in China.) He still has 3 1/2 years to make good on all his promises (their logic.)

  • I wonder how many people won’t admit to voting for Trump.

    • Reality.Bites

      Exactly. The ones smart enough to learn are also smart enough to not admit their initial mistake

    • AmeriCanadian

      I saw a lot more bumper stickers for Trump after he won than I did before. I think there are a lot of people who only show their support for the winner AFTER the winner has been determined.

      • PeterC

        That “makes them winners”

  • Christopher
  • kouros
  • dcurlee

    Dumb asses

  • Christopher
  • TrueWords

    For me this speaks VOLUMES to how Trump won, his supporters think that a “billionaire” with questionable ties to Russia, extremely poor business and family skills is BEST to lead the United States of America

    http://images1.the-daily.buzz/live/articles/C1Kn8DSWQAAOtGs_2af520b7f1be181ea7034ef5875ece6c.jpg

    • Todd20036

      He’s white, male, straight, and willing to pass any RWNJ legislation that crosses his desk.
      Even high treason is acceptable to them

      • TrueWords

        EXTRA POINTS if it erases Obama’s name as well as gives him a chance to hold a rally to celebrate…

    • JCF

      Dunning-Kroger Effect. The dumber you are, the smarter you BELIEVE you are.

    • Dana Chilton

      They support him because they want to be him. They forgive him because he’s as ignorant about government and laws and finances as they are

      • TrueWords

        EXACTLY…

  • Adam King

    I blame Reagan for closing down the mental hospitals.

    • scream4ever

      I blame his administration for most all of our current problems.

      • MonochromeMouse

        Every single thing wrong with the economy can be traced directly back to Reagan’s administration.

        • cleos_mom

          And to the idiots who voted for him. The precursor to picking a POTUS on the basis of whether you’d like to have a beer with him.

  • Bluto

    In other words, 88% of trump voters are OK with treason just as long as they can stick it to the libtards.

  • Natty Enquirer

    Remember, a vote for Trump is a vote for misogyny. And they ain’t giving up their misogyny any day soon.

  • bambinoitaliano

    Someone ought to check on those “Don’t know”. Were they the one pull out from the fridge of the coroner’s morgue?

    • Oh’behr in Minnesota

      Abby Normal. (Brains).

  • AtticusP
  • bambinoitaliano
  • Brooklyn Joe

    You always have to take these polls with a grain of salt: “The poll was conducted from July 11 to 12 among 1,296 people, including 541 Trump voters.” – – we are talking bout 541 people here – sure the numbers mean something – but not necessarily very representative https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/58d150905c60feaa84c789914ddc9b43db4c7a82b17e952ef91eb65be9303f49.jpg

    • Adam King

      Also, who gives a damn what those idiots think?

    • Natty Enquirer

      But they are not necessarily unrepresentative, either. Random sampling theory is sound and forms the basis of much of our knowledge. However, the results of this poll, like any other, are not meaningful without the estimated error.

      • Frommer_Gast

        With a sample of 541 the standard error is less than a half percent – so if the sample is representative and participants are drawn independently there is not much uncertainty.
        Please correct me if Iยดm wrong lest my students catch me in flagranti with a wrong calculation!!!
        ๐Ÿ™‚

    • another_steve

      If you voted for Trump in the first place, you ain’t got a lot in the upstairs department to begin with. I mean, really.

      What those “one in eight” said at breakfast time may totally not apply come dinner time.

  • Capritaur

    First, before you get too pessimistic about Americans, 26 percent of eligible votes voted for Trump, 88% of that takes it below a quarter.

    Second, given his margin in the last election, that’s way more than what it takes.

  • barrixines

    Doesn’t surprise me in the least. Every day more information comes through about just how calamitous Brexit is going to be but the mouthbreathers and rightwingers are still cheering for it, urged on behind the scenes by hostile foreign forces, both American and Russian. As long as they get to bring everyone else down in the shit with them, no amount of evidence of damage is going to dissuade them from their paths. As with Brexit, as with Trump. The US and the UK are currently being held hostage to cults. I truly fear the damage we are going to do the rest of the world as this continues to play out.

  • kouros

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/12/opinion/sunday/if-liberals-hate-him-then-trump-must-be-doing-something-right.html
    ‘If Liberals Hate Him, Donald Trump Must Be Doing Something Right….’
    When even a ‘conservative’ gets it right, you know we’re in trouble.

    • scream4ever

      Um most Conservatives also hate him.

  • PickyPecker
  • Harveyrabbit
  • FAEN

    Of course they would. Admit they’re wrong? That’s for losers.

  • VodkaAndPolitics

    Well, those 12% that regret it would have put Hillary in the white house… so thanks.

    • Hank

      With people like that, they would have voted for Jill Stein, most likely!

    • FAEN

      But her emails ๐Ÿ™„

  • clay

    1) NEVER take his twitter away.
    2) Go ahead and attempt comprehensive immigration reform, even if it fails.
    3) Slow his ICE agenda as much as possible.
    4) Be relatively happy with his hyper-partisan approach to the Legislature.

  • FAEN

    Willfully ignorant lot.

  • Octoberfurst

    I find that a very sad commentary on America. Here we have a President who is an obvious imbecile with an administration that is rife with corruption and 88% of the idiots who voted for him would do it again. It just proves my theory that conservatives have no working brain cells and would vote for Satan if he had an “R” behind his name.
    When I have asked pro-Trump coworkers why they support him they go on a rant about how Obama was destroying the country, blahh, blahh, blahh but never say WHY they like Trump except that he is gonna “make America great again.” When I ask how he is gonna do this I get the deer in headlights look & then they rant about Obama again.

    • Trump is popular with Republican voters because he says on camera what they say to each other. This is how these Trump supporters have talked since I was old enough to understand words. I know big city liberals seem to be shocked by this but those of us that have ever lived in what are now rural red state areas have known this for decades.

      • Octoberfurst

        You make a very good point. I grew up in rural redneck America and they tended to despise anyone outside their bubble. If you weren’t a White, straight, flag-waving Christian you were deemed scum. So yeah I can see how they can see themselves in Trump.

        • And that’s why every time Trump said something that was racist or sexist or mean in some way (mocking the disabled NY Times reporter) his poll numbers went UP. I knew they would vote for Trump. I caught wind of that in the the Christmas and summer visits back home. No one would come out and say they were going to vote for Trump (at this point in the primary) but they got very protective and defensive when anyone criticized him. I knew they would vote for him. What surprised me was that 53% of white women voted for him. I knew the redneck women would vote for him but I didn’t think that middle class women with careers would vote for the very kind of guy that had treated them like shit at work their entire adult lives. That’s what I get for overestimating the decency of Americans. I won’t make that mistake again. People get mad at me these days for being a pessimist but look around. What have I got to be optimistic about?

  • Two thoughts.

    1) If 12% of Trump’s voters had stayed home or voted for someone else, Hillary would have won in a landslide.

    2) Democrats need to let go of the idea that Republicans will vote to impeach Trump in the House and remove him from office in the Senate. The party has not turned against him and probably won’t. Elected Republicans don’t dare openly oppose him unless they aren’t planning on running for re-election. The only anti-Trump voices in the right are people like David Frum who aren’t ever planning on running for office.

  • Eric Lewis

    Remember the first time your dick got caught in your zipper ? Apparently Trump voters didn’t learn from that mistake either.

  • joe ho

    70,000 votes spread over WI, MI, PA brought us this nightmare.

    Thanks again to all those too lazy or too righteous to vote for Clinton.

    How Putin played the far-left into voting against its own interests:
    http://www.thedailybeast.com/how-putin-played-the-far-left?via=desktop&source=twitter

    Far-left icon Chomsky says Liberals who didn’t vote for Clinton made a bad mistake.
    http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/307570-chomsky-liberals-who-didnt-vote-for-clinton-made-a-bad-mistake

    • Leo

      …who were microtargeted by Russian cyber warfare directed by Parscale.

      But I digress. Mueller won’t be.

  • Sam_Handwich
    • Todd20036

      I know it’s for the best, but I get nauseous whenever I see the words “probe” and “trump” in the same sentence

      • Daveed_WOW

        Stop. I’m eating.

      • Pat

        If it’s preceded by “alien”, I’m all for it.

    • Pat

      I’m sure he knows Dump will try to fire him. Hoping there is a contingency plan. Rep Adam Schiff said back in May that he would be promptly rehired as an independent prosecutor. I’m holding on to that thought like a life raft.

      • Leo

        Oh wow I didn’t know that. Rehired by who? Jesus how would that even work?

        • Pat

          Rehired by Congress. Schiff tweeted that out back a month or so ago when Dump’s friend hinted during an interview he might fire Mueller. I really hope that he knows more about congressional support among the R’s than he’s letting on publicly. I don’t think Schiff is the type to make idle threats.

  • Boreal

    Where are those we think we can talk reason to these people? Bueller? Bueller?

  • Yalma Cuder-Zicci

    Has there been a questionnaire for people who didn’t vote? How many of them regret not voting?

  • Jacob

    I’m guessing so would HRC’s. Both have crap ARs but keep telling yourself you’re not victim to identity politics.

  • Daveed_WOW

    All the more reason to increase Dem voter turnout. We already knew that Republican voters were mean and stupid. Fight hate with love. And bring a gun to a knife fight.

    • cleos_mom

      And if it’s a fist fight, bring a knife or a quilter’s rotary cutter.

      • Daveed_WOW

        Nothing gay about that!

  • Elaygee

    Less than 1% of voters would have made the difference. Less than 1%.

    • andrew

      If fewer than a combined total of 100,000 voters in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pa had voted for Hillary instead of Trump, the Electoral College vote would have gone to Hillary.

      • Pat

        Interesting how many people were thrown off the voter rolls in Wisconsin alone. I will never believe this election wasn’t tampered with.

  • FormerMainer

    Makes sense. Even if they think he has been a disaster, that wouldn’t somehow turn them into Democrats.

  • sword

    Don’t disregard the stupidity of large number of Americans. Every civilization rots from within…it is only after decomposition is quite advanced when the ‘opposition’ shows up to give the final coup de grace.

  • Xiao Ai: The Social Gadfly

    This is as much due to poor strategy and execution by Democrats. Yes, most Trump voters are stupid as dirt. But, that is as much the Democratic Party’s fault as the Republican Party’s.

    The Democratic Party has been complicit in compromise on education, especially when it comes to rural areas.

    The Democratic Party has consistently courted the so-called “Moderates” at the expense of a more educated, more liberal base.

    The Democratic Party has compromised, and often encouraged the outsourcing of employment to both foreign states, and to technology at the expense of our domestic workers. If they continue this illogical line of governing they’ll continue losses in 2018, 2020, and beyond.

    Globalization and equality only works when all things are consistent including our economy, and this is what the Republican Party has capitalized on as much as anything else.

  • Will Parkinson

    You know, I used to think that the US had a modicum of intelligence. I hate it when I’m wrong.

    • boatboy_srq

      Three-plus decades of defunding education, four decades of demonizing the intelligentsia, two-plus decades of media sans Fairness Doctrine and seven years of the Teahad. Intelligence is now an import for the US.

    • Gianni

      I accepted the disappointment of that fact many years ago. Yet, it still managed to surprise and appall me when that lack of mental acuity elected this No Class Trash as our President. Of course, they’re lucky that the USA doesn’t elect its Prez on just the popular vote alone (like every other democratic nation does).

  • andrew

    A lot of people like to try to justify their past mistakes by saying they would act the same way again, but I think that many of them would not.

  • Dana Chilton

    Take into account that these are people who chose to take the poll and admit to voting for him

    • boatboy_srq

      IOW these are the people too proud/stupid to admit they’re wrong.

      • Reality.Bites

        Not to mention too stupid to not answer calls from unfamiliar phone numbers

  • Pat

    They have the luxury of being happy with their vote because the very worst parts of his agenda haven’t personally touched them as yet, thanks to the hard work of hundreds of thousands of people who march, write letters and phone their representatives. If others weren’t providing a wall against his worst, reality would finally sink in. It’s sinking in for the workers at that plant where he grandstanded and who now are losing their jobs anyway. MAGA

  • If 12% of his voters had stayed home, things would have turned out sooooooo differently. Sigh.

  • Steven B
    • Gianni

      Can’t happen soon enough for me!

  • Tomcat

    They are just proving Hillary correct. And they have squirrel minds.

  • TK

    The bleed off is enough that he would have lost. These people all suck.

  • metrored

    You know that’s enough people to sway the electoral college. Had these people voted then how they would now, Trump probably would have lost more than the popular vote.

  • yes b’y
    • cleos_mom

      But remember — in order to read that, a person needs to know how to read. Won’t be long before we start hearing people brag about being illiterate.

  • Turtle73

    I don’t see any reason why we should consider these people our fellow citizens. Or treat them as such.

  • MassageBear

    Repubs held their noses when they entered the voting booths last November. Ever since the day they cast their votes, the world has been heaving into barf bags.

  • Rex

    I can’t even with these people.
    Our country has hit rock bottom.

  • Richard Schneider

    Not great news, but the right 12% of them could have thrown it the other way, and can next time. Or even fewer.

  • Oh, Parker

    That 88% will be victims their entire lives.

    • EdA

      Victims of others, victims of themselves, and frustrated victimizers of others.

  • cleos_mom

    And here I’d been thinking all along that 100% of them were inbred idiots. My bad !

  • Ginger Snap

    We already knew that. They are brainwashed and united by hate.

  • Jean-Marc in Canada

    Which only goes to prove that there’s a good deal of rot in the American political psyche.

  • Gerry Fisher

    The more reports like this that I see, the more I’ve come to understand the tRump vote as several variations of shouting a giant “FU!” Today, the way to say “FU!” is to dig your heels in and refuse to admit to the elites, libruls, and media that they made a mistake. “FUUUUUUU!” The babies aren’t done tantruming, yet.

    • BudClark

      They WILL be when they’re out on the streets with no shelter, no clothing, no food, no education, and no medical care … and that will happen soon enough if the Republican monsters have their way.

  • John Calendo

    Trump is helped by the GOP’s inability to get its disastrous agenda passed. If they ever take healthcare away from rural white voters, this house of cards will collapse hard and fast. Tribal allegiance fades when the law starts hurting you personally. The GOP will do its usual wall-to-wall job of spinning the disasters they cause, but it won’t work. Trump is too blunt, too given to boasting, and will always give game away with his foolish, boorish straight-talk. Hold tight, kids. Keep your hands in the cab when the ride is in motion.

  • BudClark

    The fact that jellyfish have survived for millions of years without brains should give hope to Trump voters.

  • Rocco

    Thus the reason they are called Trumptards.

  • Paul

    Given that he only won by 80,000 votes, that 1 in 12 may just be enough to decide the election. I’d also like to see a state-by-state breakdown.