Polling out today and in the coming week will show that Hillary Clinton has a wide lead over Donald Trump in the general election race….
November is six months away….
Already we have Conservatives saying they won’t vote for Trump….
Some even are saying they’ll vote for Hillary instead?…We’ll see on THAT….
Some Bernie Sanders supporters say it’s Bernie or else…..But most KNEW he wasn’t gonna be the Democratic nominee as they cast their votes for the past month…
That this will be a nasty and hard fought general election goes without a doubt….
Donald Trump has shown that he will go personal….
He doesn’t do details …..
He’s about telling people that he is the ‘Alpha’ male….
And he WILL step on ANYONE and EVERYONE’S back to get what he wants….
THAT has worked for him with most Republicans….
Hillary Clinton has assured people that she’s ready this time…
That she is experienced and qualified to assume the Presidency….
THAT has worked for her with the base of the Democratic party….
As things unfold we are going to see a colossal fight play out…..
The future of the Republican Party…..
This countries ability to deal with changes in who/what it is….
This countries ability to envelope ALL of its people in their rights….
And the way the country deals with the openness of the new social media world are ALL on the line come November…..
A general election matchup between Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton became all but certain on Tuesday after Mr. Trump’s decisive victory in Indiana.
He would begin that matchup at a significant disadvantage.
Yes, it’s still a long way until Election Day. And Mr. Trump has already upended the conventional wisdom many times. But this is when early horse-race polls start to give a rough sense of the November election, and Mr. Trump trails Mrs. Clinton by around 10 percentage points in early general election surveys, both nationally and in key battleground states.
He even trails in some polls of several states where Mitt Romney won in 2012, like North Carolina, Arizona, Missouri and Utah.
Could Mr. Trump overtake Mrs. Clinton? Sure. Mrs. Clinton is very unpopular herself. Her polling lead is a snapshot in time, before the barrage of attack ads that are sure to come her way. There have been 10-point shifts over the general election season before, even if it’s uncommon. But there isn’t much of a precedent for huge swings in races with candidates as well known as Mr. Trump and Mrs. Clinton. A majority of Americans may not like her, but they say they’re scared of him. To have a chance, he’ll need to change that….
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