There’s no denying we reside in deeply partisan instances and a brand new ballot out of New Hampshire exemplifies this divide. Its outcomes say a majority of New Hampshire Democrats stated they’d reasonably “a large meteor strikes the earth, extinguishing all human life” than President Donald Trump win re-election. Yikes.
The ballot was carried out by The College of Massachusetts Lowell between Jan. 28 and Jan. 31, 2020. On-line polling group YouGov polled an information set of 400 seemingly New Hampshire Democratic major voters with a margin of error of 6.4%.
Launched on Monday, the survey requested voters their opinion of the President. Ninety-five % of seemingly Democratic major voters indicated they disapproved of the job Trump’s doing. And when requested which of the outcomes they would like on Nov. 3, 2020, “Donald Trump wins re-election” or “a large meteor strikes the earth, extinguishing all human life,” 62% selected the meteor.
The ballot discovered that choice for the eventual Democratic presidential nominee is “extensive open:” 23% of seemingly voters supported Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, 22% supported former Vice President Joe Biden and 19% supported Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, all inside the margin of error. The ballot concluded the race is “too near name.” It additionally discovered that a big portion of seemingly voters stated they could nonetheless change their minds.
We’ll have to attend till November to definitively see what occurs.