If This Is True, Democrats Are In Big Trouble

There are some strong indications that the Democrats are in big trouble going into the 2018 mid-term elections. Their identity politics has put them on the wrong side of the immigration argument according to some recent polling. Their backing of President Obama’s DACA Executive Order and their sanctuary cities and States are not what the voters are interested in. In the words of a former Presidential candidate, “it’s the economy, stupid.” That means that the tax cut bill by President Trump has been a winner with the voters. That is the same bill that Nancy Pelosi wants to rescind if the Dems regain power. 

As Written and Reported By John Binder for Breitbart: 

Likely voters have repeatedly told pollsters that immigration is their biggest priority heading into the 2018 midterm elections, while tax cuts are one of the least important issues.

While the Republican establishment is attempting to run their re-election campaigns on tax cuts, Republican voters and swing voters have said tax cuts are not their top priority but rather wage-boosting cuts to immigration.

In a March poll, swing voters were asked, “What is the most important issue to you in deciding how to vote in this year’s midterm election,” Independents say immigration is their third most important issue. Meanwhile, taxes are dead last as an issue for swing voters.

Likewise, half of swing voters at the time, 50 percent, said the GOP tax cuts that were passed last year have “no impact” on their midterm election vote.

The March poll found that Republicans say immigration is more important than taxes, healthcare, and gun policy when it comes to their vote in the midterm elections. The economy is the only issue that is as much of a priority for Republican voters as immigration…….


Likely Midterm Voters Repeatedly Say Immigration Is Biggest Priority, Tax Reform One of the Least


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