I was watching Outnumbered, a show featuring four female panelists and #OneLuckyGuy, on Fox News this morning, and they were saying that Donald Trump’s numbers are going down and that he is falling behind Hillary Clinton.
Their tone kind of inferred, I thought, that maybe, just maybe — they didn’t exactly put their heads on a block — Trump’s presidential race could be over.
Indeed, the latest Fox News Poll shows that “Hillary Clinton is up 44-38 percent over Trump in a head-to-head matchup.”
And yet, according to a Quinnipiac University National poll released yesterday, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were running neck and neck.
And a new “Zogby Analytics online survey of 875 likely voters, conducted between 6/28/16 – 6/29/16, shows the race “too close to call” but adds that “Trump leads Clinton big among Independents.”
Today, veteran journo Bob Unruh writes: “In what may be a harbinger of things to come this fall, a new national poll released on Thursday reveals support for presumptive GOP candidate Donald Trump at 43 percent, to only 39 percent support for Hillary Clinton, who probably will be the Democratic candidate for president.
“The stunning numbers are a complete turnaround from just a week earlier, according to Rasmussen Reports, which released the results.”
Again, as I articulated in yesterday’s post on this blog, Trump needs to curb his impulsiveness before it gets him into irreparable disfavor with the American voters.
Nevertheless, going by all of the above, it seems the #OneLuckyGuy wasn’t alone in being Outnumbered. So was the Fox News Poll.