Democrats were in the middle of a victory lap when terrible news dropped.
They were so sure that their anti-Trump attacks on illegal immigration would destroy the President.
But one poll just proved them wrong and caused them to lose all hope of a blue wave.
Democrats launched a campaign featuring crying children, angry protesters, and exaggerations relating around Trump’s zero tolerance border policy.
They painted a picture of concentration-camp style holding facilities where children were ripped from their parents for good.
In reality, it was just a temporary measure while their parents were brought to a separate facility to be booked after crossing the border illegally.
The children in separate facilities from their parents were sent with qualifying guardians as soon as they could be found.
But that didn’t matter to the anti-Trump left, who launched campaign attacks at Trump administration officials and Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Agents (ICE), oftentimes calling them Nazis, and Nazi sympathizers.
And in fairness, these lies were very popular among the left, who simply want open borders and will do anything to get to that end.
But for the rest of the American people it was a disgusting display of lies and disrespect.
In a recent poll conducted, it was shown that Democrats have lost support at the national level, not gained support, in key battleground states.
A CBS/YouGov poll shows that Democrats were down three points in battleground states compared to the same poll that was run three weeks prior.
The poll shows that 40 percent of those polled would like to see Democrats win back control of Congress in the upcoming midterm elections.
In the poll, it shows that 36% would side with Republicans, but that is up from the last poll.
This clearly shows that Republicans are bridging the gap in states they need to win to keep control of the House and Senate.
The general election is month’s away, meaning that Republicans have time to bridge that gap even further.
This isn’t even mentioning the fact that if the midterm elections are anything like the 2016 general election, polls will be skewed towards Democrats, with Republicans scoring much higher in the election than “experts” expected.
With how well President Donald Trump is doing in the minds of Republican voters, that is very likely.
Nearly 80 percent of Republicans approve of President Trump’s performance.
That number is massive for the current point in his presidency.
No president in the history of party approval being polled ranked as high as Trump on the Republican side, with the exception of George W. Bush, whose high approval rating can be credited to the 9/11 terrorist attack.
The more that Democrats push back on immigration with their over exaggerated rhetoric, it seems that Republicans will only do better.
Immigration is not an issue that Democrats do well with.
Most Americans do not agree with Democrats and their open borders agenda.
The American people want to have a secure border, and polling continually shows that.
Do you think that Republicans are going to do well in the upcoming midterm elections?
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