CNN has announced their latest poll results all of which reportedly occurred since the Democratic presidential debates in Miami last week.
For those who missed the debates, and want to see what may explain the shifts see the related reports above and below.
Senator Kamala Harris has surged past several of her fellow Democrats, and per CNN, is in striking distance of former Vice President Joe Biden.
CNN’s polling unit SSRS reflected several different nuances that shed light on the moves up and down among Democratic ranks.
Apparently, a political junkie(s) called “Let’s Talk Elections” who apparently lean left decided to do a hypothetical November 3, 2020 hypothetical matchup video between Senator Kamala Harris (CA-D) and President of the United States, Donald J. Trump.
While MHProNews disagrees with some of the state projections, it is certainly way too soon in any event. There are going to be months of economic, political, and “October Surprise” developments that can’t possibly be factored in some 500 days out.
That said, the producer of this video did reveal several points to consider as to what states Democrats will be hoping to win. So, for those who want to see how Democrats theoretically might win, and how close it would be in 2020, this video is cleverly done.
But if the election where held, say, a month from today, why is this hypothetical outcome dubious at best? Part of the reason is found in last night’s NFIB report, linked below.
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MHARR participated in a conference call on June 25, 2019, conducted by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), during which White House officials announced the impending issuance of an Executive Order (EO) to create a “White House Council on Eliminating Regulatory Barriers to Affordable Housing.”