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Guy Benson
One of the under-reported stories of 2016 was that nearly every R Senate candidate in major races ran *ahead* of Trump. New polling data in some red/reddish states (AZ, NC, SC) show R Senate candidates running *behind* Trump. Will be interesting to see the final results.
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Diane Hagen Sep 27
Replying to @guypbenson
Yea,but, we have to win! Can’t sit around and wait!
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New England Shit Poster 🇺🇸 Sep 27
Replying to @guypbenson
People felt better/more confident about those senators over Trump. Now? Trump is more popular among voters than some of these senators who some conservatives look at with skepticism.
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Matthew X. WiIson 🇺🇸 Sep 27
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2016 Senate polls also had Ron Johnson losing in Wisconsin, Pat Toomey losing in Pennsylvania, and Richard Burr tied in N.C. I wouldn’t put too much stock into any polling data.
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Ameet Sinha 🎃 Sep 27
Replying to @mxwiIson @guypbenson
Which pollster do you trust the most?
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Robert Sep 27
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A part of me really wants to believe there are hidden Trump votes which can help R's retain the Senate and propel Trump to win. But, even Trafalgar Group doesn't have Trump winning currently. It's possible he closes the gap and I hope he does, Hillary had a bigger lead. Still..
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Maxwill Sep 27
tweeted a few hours ago that Trump is losing badly in every algorithm. has Texas in the toss up category. I wish I hadn’t opened Twitter today.
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CJ Good Sep 27
Replying to @guypbenson
The R senators over performed their poll numbers while the D's ran almost to a candidate to their poll averages. PA and NH the two exceptions and PA still went Toomey
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John Symons Sep 27
Replying to @guypbenson
Bad polling data Guy. Haven’t you learned anything?
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David Sep 27
Replying to @guypbenson
It’s very odd. Makes sense in 2016 but not now.
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Miroslav Palas Sep 27
Replying to @guypbenson
To analyze and discuss polling data from all MSM polls was waste of time in 2016 as well as it is now , including FOX. Wrong,, majority of them deliberately misleading..
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