President Donald Trump on Thursday wrongly said that votes being tabulated after Election Day were “illegal.”
Trump is a desperate, terrified, cornered man.
Trump’s been telling his fans for weeks that there’s no way he can lose. So they’re primed for a vicious backlash.
Trump’s inept handling of coronavirus may have played a major role in his dwindling election polling numbers.
While polls show a clear preference for one candidate, Americans aren’t confident on who they think will end up winning.
For the first time in months, most Americans believe that “the worst” of the coronavirus pandemic “is yet to come.”
Eighty-six percent of voters also said they did not want to delay the set date of the general election.
The poll also found most Americans don’t think federal officers’ presence at protests are making things better.
Trump’s acknowledgment of poor polling numbers is rare, as he typically calls such surveys “fake.”
The right/wrong direction question isn’t a foolproof predictor, but it can provide insights into voters’ moods.