After the RNC and DNC conventions, its becoming increasingly clear for voters what each party stands for.
Democrats are the party of BLM and ANTIFA.
Republicans are the party that wants to keep your streets safe.
And the polls are beginning to show that the message is resonating with voters!
The latest Georgia poll shows Trump’s lead over Biden in the state has widened after the conventions.
Check out the exciting story from the Augusta Chronicle:
President Donald Trump has opened up a lead on Democratic challenger Joe Biden in Georgia, according to the first poll released since last week’s Republican National Convention.
In a survey of 500 likely Georgia voters conducted by Landmark Communications for Atlanta’s WSB-TV, Trump led Biden 47.9% to 40.5%. Libertarian candidate Jo Jorgensen received the support of 9.3% of the respondents.
A series of earlier Georgia polls had shown Trump and Biden in a dead heat, with their support within those polls’ margin of error. The Landmark poll’s margin of error was 4.4%.
Trump held a decisive lead among older voters participating in the poll, with 56.3% of voters ages 65 and older preferring Trump to 36.5% for Biden.
That lead will probably only widen as election day comes closer!
Especially since sleepy Joe has decided to come out of his basement.
It’ll become more and more apparent to voters that he’s suffering from some sort of dementia.
Make no mistake that Trump's surge in the polls is a phenomenon in Georgia.
Fox News reports that Biden's national lead is shrinking:
Four new national polls conducted nearly entirely after last week’s Republican National Convention indicate Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden holding an upper-single-digit lead over President Trump.
But an average of all national surveys in the White House race shows a slight narrowing in the showdown between the former vice president and the Republican incumbent.
According to a USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll released Wednesday, Biden tops Trump 50-43% among registered voters nationwide. The former vice president's seven-point advantage is down from a 12-point lead he held in the previous USA TODAY/Suffolk University survey, which was conducted in June. The new poll was conducted Aug. 28-31, entirely after the GOP convention.
If the election were held today, a Grinnell College national poll also released on Wednesday shows Biden ahead of Trump 49%-41% among likely voters nationwide. The survey was conducted Aug. 26-30 – both during and after the Republican confab – by Selzer and Company.
A new Quinnipac University national poll indicates Biden topping Trump by a 10-point 52%-42% margin among likely voters.
That's down from a 15 point lead that Biden held among registered voters in Quinnipiac's previous national survey, which was in the field in early July.
The new poll was conducted Aug. 28-31, entirely after the GOP convention.