Swing Voters Reveal They are Sticking with Trump in 2020
Swing voters in Michigan who voted for President Obama and then President Trump are sticking with President Trump for the 2020 election.
Saginaw is an important region because Trump won the county by just over 1 percent in 2016 and Obama won by nearly 12 percent in 2012.
The focus group voters are fed up with the Democrats’ impeachment charade and believe their efforts are taking away from issues that really matter, such as jobs and illegal immigration.
When asked how they would feel if President Trump were impeached and removed from office, voters responded that they would feel frustrated, “disappointed,” “sad,” “angry,” “shocked” and “confused.”
Engagious co-founder Rich Thau said of the focus group results, “My big takeaway is that if most of the Obama/Trump voters in America are like the people we interviewed in Saginaw, the President is going to get reelected.”
One swing voter, said Pelosi was “wasting a lot of [taxpayer] money on a ghost chase.The money she’s spending on that could go to help the homeless or go towards health care.”
Another said Democrats were working to “preserve their own position…. [T]hey don’t really care about you and [me], I don’t think.”
The focus group participants had little trust in the media coverage of President Trump and said their support would grow for him “even if the country enters a recession or a full-blown trade war with China.”
The voters also credit President Trump with making health care more affordable since his tax law allowed them to reallocate their tax money to pay for prescription drugs.
Swing voters in Axios’ focus groups in Ohio, Iowa and Michigan have revealed a “common disdain” for impeachment.
Voters were telling the focus group that Trump has “proven what he’s promised over and over to us.”
Another voter said, “Let him finish out the last four years. Why not? He’s done good this far.”
Watch highlights from the Saginaw focus group: