Try telling Hillary Clinton’s 2008 campaign – or former GOP nominee John McCain – that that crowd size doesn’t matter. Of course it does. It is an indication of enthusiasm.
Over 60% of those polled answer the ‘right track, wrong track’ question by saying that the nation is on the wrong track.
In a change election year, enthusiasm for Trump matters.
And look out manufactured housing pros, because news reports out of Pennsylvania indicate that manufactured home residents are tilting towards Trump, which continues a trend the New York Times reported in the spring. There are similar reports in other parts of the nation about manufactured home residents tilting pro-Trump too.
The Trump campaign has rolled out a post-debate theme that seems to be working with crowds.
Speaking about Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, GOP Donald Trump tells his audience – follow the money – a reference to the Clinton Foundation and related pay-for-play accusations. The crowd roars back, “Lock her up! Lock her up!”
Continuing our survey of campaign coverage from a variety of media, and across the web…
|Bloomberg||The Clinton campaign has a millennial math problem|
|FiveThirtyEight||What could the polls be missing?|
|USA INTERNET SURRENDER DAYS AWAY…|
|NBC||Why the Michelle Obama/George W. Bush hug moved people|
Previous post-debate coverage on MHProNews has been posted…daily…this week. One of those is linked below.
While few in media seem to be talking much yet about the upcoming vice-presidential debate, it is bound to be a good matchup.
The other under-discussed political topic?
Venezuela. Socialism doesn’t work. Take away incentives, and quality, productivity and the quality of work tend to go down. Venezuela – an oil rich nation – is melting down after years of socialistic leadership. What lessons should that hold for the U.S.?
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Submitted by L. A. ‘Tony’ Kovach to the Daily Business News, MHProNews.