It’s getting closer, folks!
This past The Republican National Convention gave President Trump a bump up in the polls, and it’s just what we need in these uncertain times.
It’s time for our president to take over the lead, and if this past RNC was anything to go by, we should be passing the Dems in flying colors in the near future.
Check it out below:
The New York Post shares the news:
The Republican National Convention gave President Trump a bump.
A new poll out Saturday found that Joe Biden’s lead over Trump narrowed by four points in the wake of the GOP’s four-day sales pitch that ended Thursday night.
That’s in contrast to the flat response found by the same survey on the day after the Democrats’ all-virtual convention the week before.
The Morning Consult poll of 4,035 likely voters, taken Friday, found the former vice president leading Trump 50-44 percent. The poll had a two-point margin of error.
But on Aug. 23, Biden’s lead was in the double digits: 52 percent to 42 percent for the incumbent.
Fox News shared and interesting perspective:
Joe Biden got zero boost from the Democrats’ grievance-fueled slog-fest last week. The Democratic presidential nominee's polls did not move higher; in fact, they dropped, and especially in the critical swing states.
Though it is too soon to determine how the GOP convention shifted President Trump’s standing, we do know that over the past week, his approval ratings have moved higher in those battleground states, and especially on his handling of COVID-19. This is a blow to his opponents.
During their virtual confab, Democrats repeatedly savaged the president for failing to protect Americans from the virus; that message, according to a CNBC poll take after their convention, appears to have fallen flat.
Not only did Republicans swat down Democratic Party talking points during their convention, but they also put on a much, much better show.
Forbes then shared more infomation about the next big policial event to look forward to:
With the two major political conventions over, the next big ticket event on the U.S. political calendar is the start of the debates. The Commission on Presidential Debates, which has sponsored the events since 1988, has scheduled three debates between President Trump and former Vice President Biden: on September 29, October 15 and October 22. The September presidential debate will be at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland. The only vice presidential debate, between Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris, will be at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City on October 7.