The election is fast approaching, and one of the most significant measurements that pollsters look at is the voter’s level of enthusiasm for their candidates.
The more excited voters are for their candidates, the more inclined they are to vote for their candidate.
With the same concept, a very recent poll shows Trump’s fans are far more fired up and passionate about voting for him than the fans of Joe Biden.
According to a poll report from Rasmussen, Trump’s approval is back to fifty-one percent (51%), and his supporters are seventy percent (70%) more enthusiastic than the supporters of Biden.
The Washington Examiner reported:
President Trump, scratching back to just 4-6 points behind challenger Joe Biden, is being bolstered by new polls showing a surge in his approval rating and a widening “enthusiasm gap'” favoring him over his Democratic foe.
Just out is the daily Rasmussen reports presidential approval rating for Trump at fifty-one percent (51%).
Notably, said Rasmussen, at this stage of his presidency, former President Barack Obama had a forty-four percent (44%) approval rating.
Add to that new polling from Economist/YouGov that shows the president’s supporters far more enthusiastic about him, and voting for him, than those of Biden’s.
When asked, “How do you feel about the presidential candidates listed below?” Forty percent (40%) of Biden’s supporters said “enthusiastic” compared to 68% of Trump’s supporters.
And when asked, “How enthusiastic are you about voting for president in the upcoming presidential election in November?” Fifty-three percent (53%) of Biden’s supporters said “extremely or very enthusiastic” compared to seventy-six percent (76%) of Trump supporters.
What’s more, Trump supporters are more enthusiastic than Biden’s to vote this year compared to past years, with fifty-five percent (55%) for Trump and fifty-three percent (53%) for Biden. The survey, however, noted that the “enthusiasm gap” wrongly predicted that Mitt Romney would edge Obama in 2012’
The Media Director of Donald Trump released the polling number late last month which clearly shows Trump taking the lead over Biden.
Dan Scavino tweeted the results from the recent polling at the American Principals Project.
The result can no longer be searched on Twitter but here’s what he published:
Georgia: Trump 49, Biden 46
Kentucky: Trump 60, Biden 34
Michigan: Trump 50, Biden 45
Montana: Trump 52, Biden 42
North Carolina: Trump 49, Biden 46
Pennsylvania: Trump 48, Biden 47
Texas: Trump 49, Biden 45
This poll comes after President Trump conducted his first-ever virtual fundraiser and raised a whopping amount of $20 million from more than 300,000 individual donors who took part in the virtual fundraising event.
Kimberly Guilfoyle, the national chair of the Trump Victory Finance Committee, said that the campaign raised a huge amount of money from the people who want to see Trump in the office for four more years.
“This is a great day for the president and for the country showing the robust enthusiasm for President Donald Trump,” Guilfoyle said.
“They want four more years,” she continued. “We had over 300,000 people log on for our event tonight to donate to the president. We raised over $20 million in the first-ever of its kind virtual Zoom event.”
Very recently, Ivanka Trump raised $4 million at a fundraiser from President Trump.
Approximately 100 people joined the virtual event held over Zoom, according to a person with direct knowledge of the fundraising event.
Republican Party Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said “Ivanka is a tremendous voice for the re-election effort,” McDaniel said. “Supporters across the country are eager to hear from her on issues ranging from the economy to workforce development and paid family leave.” Ivanka Trump campaigned for her father’s 2016 presidential run, including before and after her third child’s birth. She works in the White House as an unpaid adviser to the president.
The $4 million raised last Wednesday has already topped a recent online fundraiser for Joe Biden, Trump’s Democratic opponent.