It is show time and President Trump is peaking at the right time.
Just like those who are in any competition, like racing, you want to be the one who is starting to pull away instead of the one in the lead the entire time but losing momentum right before the finish line.
On July 15th, down in the polls for too long, Trump made the executive decision to replace Brad Parscale as his campaign manager, elevating Bill Stepien.
Since then, things are going the right way Bigly.
The most accurate polling company from 2016, The Rasmuusn report and polling, reported President Donald Trump just passed Joe Biden on Wednesday in their national Rasmussen presidential poll.
This is the first time in their President Trump has topped Biden, with growing momentum.
Trump scored 47 percent with likely voters.
Biden dropped to 46 percent with likely voters.
President Trump also scored 22 percent with black voters, which appears accurate as some of the less reliable polling companies have had their support from as low as 8% up to 35%.
These numbers are similar to a Zogby poll that ended August 19th.
The latest Zogby Poll just shared with Secrets had Trump’s approval at 52%. “The president has recorded his best job approval rating on record,” said pollster Jonathan Zogby.
What’s more, his approval rating among minorities was solid and, in the case of African Americans, shockingly high. Zogby said 36% of blacks approve of the president, as do 37% of Hispanics and 35% of Asians.
Trump Has Tied Biden in the Key Battleground States. In addition, there are an estimated 3-4% secret Trump voters who are afraid to tell the pollsters they are voting for the president, but will on election day.
“Weakening support among Latinos is clearly an issue for Biden in Florida, but it’s also part of a larger problem. Polls show him slightly trailing Clinton among the Latino population nationwide. And Clinton already lost Latino support relative to President Barack Obama’s 2012 performance.”– Laura Ramirez and Hunter Walker, Yahoo News
“Speaking during a virtual roundtable with small business owners in Arizona, Harris vowed that they will have an ally in the White House with the campaign’s “Build Back Better” initiative.
“However, the California senator appeared to briefly suggest that she was at the top of the Democratic ticket.
‘A Harris administration, together with Joe Biden as the president of the United States,’ she said. She quickly clarified, ‘The Biden-Harris administration will provide access to $100 billion in low-interest loans and investments from minority business owners.’”—Fox News
The rule of thumb is the incumbent candidate needs to be over 50% to get re-elected.
With Sleepy Joe now out of the basement and 3 debates are coming up, it’s time for the MAGA supporters to start their final push, register, vote and make sure everyone you know, does the same, every Republican candidate on the ballot.