US Election: What citizens think about Trump?

Will Trump win?

Like millennials, who are now in their mid-20s to 30s, members of Generation Z born after 1996 feel to be left. A lot of people are of the view that they are ignored. On the other hand, there are still plenty of young Republicans, and the generational gap has divided.

There are different views of Trump from different sections of age group. The internal Republican debate about what a post might look has a very shady picture. That dialogue is underscoring how hard it may be for Republicans to abandon the confrontational and divisive direction he has set for the party.

The debate would continue even if he loses or wins. The question is if he loses, whether a narrow margin or resounding one that costs Republicans control the Senate. However, there are very less chances of his defeat. But it is not to be denied that this time Trump might not win.

While speaking to a lot many people across different views have been formed. Most of the people within the age group of 18-23, are of the view that He should not win. However, they also said that one issue kept them committed to the party. While polling shows an age gap in opinions on abortion, it is smaller than the gaps on some other issues, and researchers say that for people who oppose abortion, that opposition has become more central to their political choices.

Conventional wisdom in US politics communicates that people vote for a president, not a vice-president. Donald Trump may be trailing his Democrat rival Joe Biden in US polls in the run-up to the presidential poll. each party based on 360,000 survey interviews over the past quarter century. According to some reports it is estimated that 66 percent are white Christians, 58 percent are men, 57 percent are whites without a college degree, and 56 percent are over 50 years old. In all, 81 percent are white. In each case, those groups represent a considerably larger share of the Republican coalition than they do of society overall—and that gap has been widening since earlier this century.

MK Damodaran, a retired Kerala government employee, said his numerological calculations and analysis based on ‘fate and occult numbers’ and Trump’s date of birth etc had made him predict Trump’s victory. He believes that November 3, 2020 is the day of the US presidential election, which is strongly lucky for incumbent him. His date of birth is June 14, 1946. As such, his birth number is 5 (1 + 4). Besides, he was born in the sun sign Gemini that is ruled by planet Mercury. Number 5 is represented by planet Mercury.

Now let us see what fortune has in store for Trump.

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