Democrats are drooling over the prospect of bouncing Donald Trump from office.
Up to 20 Democrats are considering running for President because they are convinced Trump is primed for defeat in his re-election campaign.
But this shocking poll destroyed their dreams of a blue wave and pointed towards Trump winning a second term in 2020.
Democrats are invested in the concept of identity politics.
They believe in slicing and dicing Americans up into ethnic, gender, and religious groups and promising government goodies to protect their “rights” as members of those groups.
One example is how Democrats use the promise of amnesty for illegal aliens to cement Hispanics as part of their coalition.
But in 2016, Donald Trump upset this apple cart.
Despite a media smear campaign to use lies and fake news to tar him as a racist, Trump won a greater percentage of the Hispanic vote than Mitt Romney did in 2012.
The left was infuriated, but journalists and liberals believed Trump’s zero tolerance immigration policy – as well as the manufactured crisis surrounding separating children from their parents at the border – would turn Hispanic voters against the President and allow the Democrats to flip key states like Florida and Arizona – which would seal Trump’s doom in 2020.
But those dreams were crushed when Emerson College released a new poll that found 62 percent of Hispanics believe they are better off with Donald Trump as President as opposed to Barack Obama.
The survey also showed that 42 percent of Hispanic voters stated they were better off under the Trump economy, as opposed to 26 percent who reported they felt worse off because of the President’s policies.
President Trump bragged about these results on twitter:
“A recent Emerson College ePoll said that most Americans, especially Hispanics, feel that they are better off under President Trump than they were under President Obama.”
The findings of this poll line up with the reality in America—as opposed to the alternate universe the media is trying to fool people exists.
While so-called “journalists” focus on negative coverage of the Trump administration, Americans are paying attention to the bottom line.
And the economy is booming.
The latest jobs report found Hispanic unemployment at an all-time low of 4.6 percent.
And the Bureau of Labor Statistics found the median weekly wages for Hispanic workers rose from $649 in the first quarter of 2017 to $675 in the first quarter of 2018.
These positive economic indicators explain the Emerson Poll as well as an April Harvard/Harris Poll.
That survey found President Trump with a 47 percent approval rating among Hispanic voters.
The media and Democrats are making a mistake believing Hispanics are single-issue amnesty voters.
Conservatives treat Hispanics like every other American and realize they have the same hopes and dreams of leaving a better future for their children as anyone else.
That’s why polls are showing Hispanic voters rewarding President Trump for focusing on policies that free up the economy to deliver higher wages for all Americans.
If Trump maintains – or improves – his standing with Hispanic voters in 2020, he will hold all the states he won in 2016 and put blue states like Colorado and Nevada in play.
And that will add up to a convincing re-election victory for President Trump.