Cause the democratic party has given up on the working man.
RED WAVE TUES! After watching @realDonaldTrump rally on C-Span & they took calls & asked how people were voting. Out of >10 calls, only 1 was voting Democrat. People were saying they were disgusted with Democrats for the hate, immigration & BHO getting nothing done! LUV Trump! pic.twitter.com/6LTgKsQTXT
— Peg Paone (@LeftCoastPeg) November 6, 2018
@realDonaldTrump I was watching CSPAN after your rally in Indiana a little while ago and they had callers call in and 90 % said they voted Republican Bcuz embarrassed and sad over how democrats have fallen down and hate has to stop and resisting 👍🏼👍🏼America knows Pres T👍🏼😌
— Joey (@joeystan58) November 6, 2018
I watched the Indiana rally on Cspan…then watched as they were taking calls and most of the Democrat callers are voting Republican or already voted Republican..the broadcaster was dumbfounded lol🤣😂😂 #VoteRedToSaveAmerica #RedWave
— Couture Cocktails LV (@CocktailsLV) November 6, 2018
An 80 yr old man voted Democrat all his life is voting Republican bc he's fed up & ashamed of his party.
Another said she agrees with everything BHO said at the Rally, but he didn't do anything in 8yrs.
Unlike DJT who kept his promise.
These are real ppl on CSPAN. I pray we win.
— lena May (@Ironrodgirl) November 6, 2018
THIS IS A COMPLETE BACKTRACK…..
Nate Silver: No One Should be Surprised if Democrats Only Pick Up 19 Seats
Plus: “A recent Rasmussen poll put Republicans ahead in the congressional race by one point. While this may not seem like a lot, Rasmussen itself points out that the left is typically louder about its voting habits than the right, and that Republicans may be further ahead than many can guess if 2016 was any indication.”
RASMUSSEN: Generic Congressional Ballot’s All Tied Up.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey of Likely U.S. Voters finds that 46% would choose the Republican candidate if the elections for Congress were held today. Forty-five percent (45%) would vote for the Democrat. Three percent (3%) prefer some other candidate, and six percent (6%) remain undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
A week ago, Democrats held a 47% to 44% lead. Since Rasmussen Reports began the weekly surveying in early May, Democrats have led every week but one until early last month. Following the controversy surrounding the Senate confirmation of U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanuagh, the Generic Congressional Ballot was tied for two weeks, but then Democrats moved back ahead.
The GOP now has a small lead among voters not affiliated with either major party. But significantly, 20% of these voters remain undecided or prefer someone other than the Republican or Democratic candidates.
In other words: Don’t get cocky.