POTUS Trump gets good news in Pennsylvania: Swing voters are sticking with HIM in 2020
By Jon Dougherty
Whether the Democrats eventually nominate former VP Joe Biden or someone else, it’s beginning to look like that candidate can mark Pennsylvania off their list of states to pick up.
That’s because, according to a new focus group finding, swing voters in the state who backed the criminal Obama in 2012 but voted for POTUS Donald Trump in 2016 are lining up to stick with him next year, Axios reported Tuesday.
“Their loyalty is a wakeup call to all 2020 Democrats, but especially Joe Biden, since he’s banking heavily on his ability to win the state,” the site noted.
“Pennsylvania was crucial to Trump’s victory in 2016, and it’s a key state Democrats are hoping to win back in 2020. These swing voters show the importance of Democratic candidates breaking through in rural areas like Erie if they want to replace Trump,” Axios noted further, adding:
What they’re saying:
- Tara Biddle, a 37-year-old kindergarten teacher, said although she’s not completely happy with Trump, she’d only switch candidates if they picked up where he left off.
- “I would be willing to vote for someone other than Trump who would continue the initiatives he’s started” with the economy, tariffs and immigration, she said.
- Others said Trump should be able to serve two full terms. “When I changed my vote I gave him eight years,” said 62-year-old David R.
- “He’s the best-looking food on the buffet right now,” said 28-year-old Matt G. about Trump compared to all the Democrats running for president.