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Trump Suddenly Takes a Massive Lead In Iowa, Biden Tanks!


The heartland loves Trump!

And the polls are now starting to really show it.

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About 4 days ago, I published this article:

Here’s Why The Polls Are Going To Start To Shift For Trump!

And now, just like I told you, the polls are starting to shift DRAMATICALLY for Trump here in the final couple of days.  

Who could have predicted that?

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Check out the massive surge for Trump in Iowa that has everyone stunned (except me):

From the Des Moines Register:

Republican President Donald Trump has taken over the lead in Iowa as Democratic former Vice President Joe Biden has faded, a new Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll shows just days before Election Day.

The president now leads by 7 percentage points over Biden, 48% to 41%. Three percent say they will vote for someone else, 2% aren't sure and 5% don't want to say for whom they will vote.

In September's Iowa Poll, the candidates were tied at 47% to 47%.

The poll of 814 likely Iowa voters was conducted by Selzer & Co. of Des Moines from Oct. 26-29. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.4 percentage points.  

J. Ann Selzer, president of Selzer & Co., said while men are more likely to support Trump and women to support Biden, the gender gap has narrowed, and independents have returned to supporting the president, a group he won in 2016.

"The president is holding demographic groups that he won in Iowa four years ago, and that would give someone a certain level of comfort with their standing," she said. "There's a consistent story in 2020 to what happened in 2016."

But, she said, “Neither candidate hits 50%, so there’s still some play here.”

Trump carried Iowa by 9.4 percentage points in 2016, but his chances at a repeat 2020 win here appeared to be in doubt in recent polling. The June Iowa Poll showed Trump leading by just 1 percentage point before Biden climbed into the September tie.

Even MSN admitted the lead for Trump:

Trump is leading Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the state by 7 percentage points, with 48 percent support from likely voters to Biden's 41 percent.

The results show a jump in support for the president from September's Iowa Poll, which showed the candidates tied at 47 percent.

The poll also shows incumbent Ernst with a 4-point advantage over Democrat Theresa Greenfield in the competitive Iowa race for U.S. Senate.

The Republican senator pulled ahead of Greenfield among likely Iowa voters, 46 to 42 percent, marking the first time Ernst has led Greenfield in the poll this year.

Greenfield and Ernst have largely polled evenly since the early summer, with last week's Monmouth University poll showing both candidates supported by 47 percent of the state’s registered voters.

Saturday's poll contradicts recent polls of Iowa voters, which have shown Biden and Trump locked in a tight race. A Monmouth University poll last week showed that 48 percent of Iowa registered voters support Trump and 47 percent support Biden.

Trump’s support in the state has surged among independent voters, while Biden has lost ground with female voters, according to the poll.

While Biden led with independents in the September poll, 50 percent to 38 percent, Trump has now won them back with 49 percent support to Biden’s 35 percent.

Among female voters in Iowa, Biden held a 20-point lead in September, but his lead has diminished to 9 percentage points, according to the poll.

The Register’s pre-election poll has been a critical marker of which candidates will carry the state, predicting a 7-point lead for Trump over Hillary Clinton in 2016 and a 7-point lead for Ernst over Democrat Bruce Braley in 2014.


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