New Survey Shows Democrats Are Losing Voters From Group They Never Expected

Some of the nation’s richest Democrats, have escalated their giving to boost Hillary Clinton’s presidential hopes and to seize on the prospect of a Democratic takeover in the Senate, according to the review of contributions by the election’s most generous donors.

Wealthy Democrats and liberal organizations have plowed $134 million into super PACs since early April as Clinton pulled away from rival Bernie Sanders and Trump won a string of primaries on his way to effectively clinching the GOP nomination in early May. By comparison, the Republican Party’s biggest donors contributed $51 million to super PACs during the same period.

The Democrats seem to pretend they are the party that represents young voters!

Well, guess again because it seems that Millenials don’t trust the Democrats anymore!

 

The Guardian reports that a Reuters/Ipsos mega poll of 16,000 respondents found that in the last two years, support for Democrats among millenials plunged from 55% to 46% while their support for Republicans has only dropped from 28% to 27%.

Even worse for Democrats, in the last two years, support from white millennial men has gone from the Democrats leading Republicans by 12% to the Republicans leading by 11%, a shocking 23% shift.

 

As for the blue wave that’s supposed to be coming in November?

Doesn’t look good either.

From Breitbart:

The Democratic Party has lost ground with likely voters in battleground districts across the United States after weeks of party members and leaders pushing an agenda of ending all immigration and border enforcement.

In the latest CBS/YouGov poll, Democrats were down three percentage points on a general ballot with Republicans in the midterms when compared to the same poll conducted weeks before the party officially adopted open borders as their platform for the midterm elections.

When asked “Who would you like to see win control of Congress in 2018?” 40 percent of the voters in the battleground districts said Democrats, down from the 43 percent who said they would vote for a Democrat over a Republican weeks before.

It’s not a bipartisan world anymore. Fact is, many younger people are no-party and are voting how they please regardless of party lines. This doesn’t necessarily equate to leaning right or being pro-Trump … but it doesn’t necessarily preclude it, either.

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