Voters In “Riot Zones” Favor Trump 2-1 Says New Poll

Conservatives Take on Dems at CPAC

( According to a new poll published by Rasmussen Reports, people living in areas impacted by far-left riots are significantly leaning towards President Donald Trump. The poll found that people who have been impacted by far-left rioting, or who have witnessed it close to their homes and communities, support President Donald Trump’s re-election efforts by a 2-1 margin.

It should give the Democrats cause for concern as riots do not appear to be slowing down, and Democrats have refused time and time again to condemn Antifa and Black Lives Matter for initiating them.

In another Rasmussen poll, President Donald Trump is leading in the national polls for the first time. It means that President Donald Trump isn’t just in with a shot of winning the Electoral College vote as he did in 2016, but if he continues this upward trajectory, he could even win the popular vote this time too.

Can you imagine the meltdown the Democrats would have if Trump won by an even bigger landslide?

The latest Rasmussen poll shows that 63% of voters “strongly approve” of the president when they have seen violent protests in and around their communities, while just 35% of that same group of people don’t support the president.

It indicated that the law and order message of President Trump is working and that the Democrats have not successfully managed to persuade voters that they condemn the violence. And, even if the Democrats do successfully condemn the violence, voters will still likely associate the riots with Joe Biden because the rioters are, let’s face it, going to vote for Joe Biden.

The Washington Examiner reports that President Trump’s law and order message is winning over new voters as well as keeping previous ones happy. The outlet also reported that at this stage of the campaign in 2012, President Barack Obama had a 49% approval rating, while President Trump is enjoying 51-52% in various recent polls.

President Donald Trump is more popular than ever, and while the polls appear narrow, it’s only a matter of weeks before we learn whether the “shy” vote will come into play again. Just how many voters out there aren’t telling the pollsters that they’ll be voting for President Trump?