Suburbs return to Trump, GOP fights to keep them

WaEx: When the 2018 elections practically wiped out GOP members from suburban districts, the party went into a panic. But since, the suburban vote, especially among women, has come back to the Republicans as the economy has surged.

“President Trump remains popular among suburban and rural voters, especially suburban women. Trump polls very close with suburban women among” 2020 Democratic challengers, said pollster Jonathan Zogby of Zogby Analytics.

“The suburban data is interesting and is a good reminder that midterm elections tell us almost nothing about what’s going to happen in the presidential election,” added pollster Chris Wilson of WPA Intelligence.

But Republicans are still antsy. So much so that Missouri Rep. Ann Wagner has created a “Suburban Caucus” to address key issues.

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7 Comments on Suburbs return to Trump, GOP fights to keep them

  1. Huh? Trump is doing everything right. The fight is with the crooked dems and media. Fight them if you want to save the party and this country.

  2. Whether the suburbs return to Trump remains to be seen.

    Orange County (Southern California) has been historically red for decades, up until the 2018 elections where all 7 congressional districts went from red to blue.

    We have seen how an obstructionist House can derail a president’s agenda. Trump has no chance of re election unless he can win back those districts that were lost in 2018.

  3. Rich Taylor, I blame voter fraud for most of those “red-to-blue” flips. Many of them had the R candidate in the winner’s box until untold thousands of ‘found’ D ballots were counted.

  4. Well I was “polled” today and responded as a 26-35 year old hispanic woman………. A very conservative hispanic woman.
    polls are crap!
    “Speaking the truth in times of universal deceit is a revolutionary act.” Geo. Orwell


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