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Polling Finds Women Trump Supporters More Loyal to Him Than Men

Polling Finds Women Trump Supporters More Loyal to Him Than Men

“Trump women relate to an attitude that has been missing from our national culture: America is good and worth defending”

http://insider.foxnews.com/2018/01/28/cherokee-woman-blasts-elizabeth-warren-claiming-native-american-ancestry

The media loves to talk about women. We are reminded daily about the historic number of women elected to Congress as Democrats in November. Women Trump supporters don’t get nearly as much attention, but new data suggests their support for the president hasn’t wavered.

In fact, women who voted for Trump are even more likely to continue supporting him than men. Anne Sorock, who used to write for Legal Insurrection, now runs a firm called Frontier Lab, which found this through polling.

Paul Bedard writes at the Washington Examiner:

Women are Trump’s most loyal supporters, more than men

President Trump has a way with women, though it’s not what you might think.

Despite being condemned as a sexist and worse by Democrats and the media, women who voted for Trump in 2016 have become his most loyal supporters, even more than men.

What’s more, he is turning most into dedicated Republicans, according to exclusive new polling provided to Secrets.

“One of the great untold stories for Trump is how he is connecting with women,” said Anne Sorock, a pollster and president of the Frontier Lab, which uses behavioral science to explore the cultural and political landscape.

In the election, Trump did surprisingly better with women than Hillary Clinton, winning 47 percent to her 45 percent.

Sorock, who has been studying the president’s female supporters, said that many went out on a limb for Trump, viewing him as strong, confident, and anti-swamp. And when he beat Clinton, it was a confirmation that they were right, giving them a feeling of empowerment.

Jeffrey Rodack of Newsmax has more on this:

Pollster: Women Are More Loyal Trump Supporters Than Men

The Examiner noted Trump did better with women voters than Clinton, winning 47 percent to 45 percent.

“When they initially supported him, they went against many of their communities and friends; when they were then proven correct, they told us that the empowerment was exhilarating. In contrast to the Tea Party women, who were energized by the gathering together of like-minded people to fight for Americanism, the new Trump women relate to an attitude that has been missing from our national culture: America is good and worth defending,” she said.

Her polling for Frontier Lab’s Ear to the Ground, revealed 85 percent of female primary Trump voters said they will vote Republican in the future, compared to 78 percent of male Trump voters, the Examiner noted.

Of course, the media will continue to push a narrative which is the exact opposite of this as we approach the 2020 election, even more so if the Democrats nominate a woman.

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If it’s not a CNN poll, it can’t be true. So it won’t be reported.

Yes, the mysterious Women’s Vote did go for Trump. How ’bout that, it wasn’t all that mysterious after all, if even I could see it coming. But it had nothing to do with The Swamp, “empowerment”, or America in the abstract; it’s more mysterious than that, even if not too mysterious to predict. And I predict that it will go for Trump the next time around, too.

And the polls are still crap; women habitually lie about a lot of things, and voting is one of them.

“new data suggests”

Now that right there is some serious sciency talk. I am going to tell the bank that my checking account suggests that I am not overdrawn.

Speaking strictly as a person of the female persuasion, I suspect that the women that decided to support DJT had to do so in the face of all kinds of heinous accusations from purported opinion-makers. They may be a select class of political sophisticates.

I, for example, traced down DJT’s allegedly racist remarks early on, and found them to be the understandable remarks of a CEO who quite reasonably thinks the judge is biased. Then there were the nauseating attacks from the Democrats about DJT’s sexism, in the face of his admirable record of actually hiring women for responsible positions. I watched the Billy Bush tape, and yes, I read the articles about the book by the Studio 54 guy. I could see the connection quite clearly, and it did not reflect badly on him.

Oh, and then there were the accusations of black racism against a civil rights icon that, among many other things, filed a lawsuit to allow his private golf club to admit Jews and blacks as customers. Being of a certain age, I did not have to be reminded that Bill Clinton had to be embarrassed into backing away from a segregated golf club.

I watched and re-read that lovely Inauguration speech some people chose to mischaracterize as “dark.” I watched that speech in Riyadh, which was not carried in my local newspaper. I watched the speech to the South Koreans, not to mention the very entertaining opening to negotiations with North Korea.

I watched the intelligence community testimony to Congress, and saw Mark Warner and Adam Schiff in action.

I watched the SOTU speech in full. After that, I read the derisive coverage in the local paper, which centered on Nancy Pelosi’s snotty behavior, together with some really weird poll results, and ignored everything else that should have been covered.

Yesterday in my local newspaper, I read a letter to the editor claiming that DJT makes racist statements “daily.” I thought the paper’s decision to print that letter said more about the state of the paper than anything else.

I submit that my current support for DJT has nothing to do with “loyalty” or the implication that he is trying that loyalty. My refusal to credit the same stupid liars with the same stupid lies is based on my experience.

The Examiner noted Trump did better with women voters than Clinton, winning 47 percent to 45 percent.

tom_swift: the mysterious Women’s Vote did go for Trump.

Ah, no. Women broke for Clinton 54-41%.

    tom_swift in reply to Zachriel. | February 9, 2019 at 12:49 pm

    It’s a secret ballot. You have no idea how anyone voted.

      tom_swift: It’s a secret ballot. You have no idea how anyone voted.

      That’s funny. You just said “the mysterious Women’s Vote did got for Trump.”

      And yes, we have evidence of how women voted, through exit polling.

        As we have learned regarding polling Trump, voters so distrusted the pollers when polled that many lied about who they were going to vote for. Why would the same people answer the exit pollers differently?

        But since then, it is quickly becoming fashionable to be an open Trump supporter, especially for women who I am sure are seeing their people of the woman persuasion being represented much more honorably and admirably than what Hillary, Pelosi, Fauxcahontas, and now the new generation, the children of the corn, offer.

        Clearly, that 50% support he is now enjoying is going to get much more solid. Women and men prefer alpha males. American voters prefer patriotic candidates who argue for prosperity, not revolution based on ignorance and hatred of everything we Americans stand for. Trump is the ONLY one still in the game fighting for us.

        2019 will be remembered as the year Trump ran away from the pack of frenzied communist lunatics. I expect a lot more winning heading into his second term.

          Pasadena Phil: As we have learned regarding polling Trump, voters so distrusted the pollers when polled that many lied about who they were going to vote for. Why would the same people answer the exit pollers differently?

          Polls near the election were within the margin of error, with Clinton winning the popular vote by 48-46. A wide variety of polls confirm that men were more likely to vote for Trump, while women were more likely to vote for Clinton.

          The claim was made that “Trump did better with women voters than Clinton, winning 47 percent to 45 percent.” That is simply not supported by the evidence.

          Pasadena Phil: Clearly, that 50% support he is now enjoying is going to get much more solid.

          Most polls put Trump’s support at 40% or less.

          Pasadena Phil: I expect a lot more winning heading into his second term.

          Well, Republicans just got routed in the House of Representatives. If Trump’s approval was really at 50%, his party probably would have been able to hold onto the House.

          Well, Zach, just a couple of things. The first is that, as we have all learned, we simply can not believe polling. We have seen far too many examples of polls being intentionally skewed to produce a given result.

          The second thing is do not make the mistake of equating Trump with Republicans. Trump is not part of the republican party. This has been more than adequately illustrated by, not only the lack of support that he has received from Republican lawmakers, but how many have actually worked to stymie his agenda. Many voters stayed home, in 2018, because the Republicans had NOT shown any willingness to work on their behalf. If it was not for the Democrat actions in the Kavanaugh hearings, far more Republican seats would have been lost.

          Hey Look – The commies back with pearls of wisdom.

          “Most polls put Trump’s support at 40% or less.”

          Most polls had Hillary winning, bigtime.

          See a pattern there, liar?

          Pasadena Phil: The first is that, as we have all learned, we simply can not believe polling.

          While not perfect, polling provides usable information about populations. Polling predicted the popular vote in the presidential election within the margin of error.

          Pasadena Phil: We have seen far too many examples of polls being intentionally skewed to produce a given result.

          There is no evidence that multiple polls done by different organizations leading to similar results are significantly skewed.

          Pasadena Phil: Trump is not part of the republican party.

          That’s obviously false.

          Trump did better with women voters than Clinton, winning 47 percent to 45 percent.

          As Clinton won the popular vote, that would mean men must have given Clinton her majority, but this is contrary to nearly every poll ever done during the election.

          Sorry. The last comment was a response to Mac45.

          “that would mean men must have given Clinton her majority,”

          No, it would have been illegals in California, were we to contemplate a nationwide majority as counting for anything. But we don’t as the founders wisely created a system that is fair to all states regardless of size. There is no such thing as a popular vote, it’s meaningless, no one campaigns for it. It’s just used by whiney communist losers to sputter nonsense. As you do here.

You can’t trust many polls these days–the left has so demonized Trump supporters that they may very well tell those polling them that they support or supported Trump”s opponent and still vote for Trump.

“Most polls put Trump’s support at 40% or less.”

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/trump_administration/prez_track_feb08

“Well, Republicans just got routed in the House of Representatives. If Trump’s approval was really at 50%, his party probably would have been able to hold onto the House.”

Paul Ryan surrendered the House to the Democrats. It was RYAN’s job to support the GOP agenda and his party’s candidates.

Despite “both” Democrat parties conspiring to stop Trump, he is winning and getting stronger. You can believe what you want to believe but your side is run by fools fighting for a false narrative and getting trampled into the ground for it. Trump is going to be the unopposed nominee in 2020 and will win in a major landslide.

As to why some many women, who supported Trump, are still supporters, that is probably a result of built in female bias.

Like it or not, women are hard wired to support a person who will likely provide for their, and their children’s, well-being. Trump’ actions, so far, seem to support the idea that he will do what he promised. And, his female supporters are largely of the independent class. They do not expect, nor really want, the government to take care of them. They want their men, and themselves, to be able to take care of their families. Dependent women, those who have accepted “government” as their protector, are going to be less inclined to support Trump to begin with, let alone remain his supporters, if they once were.

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