1 million voters ditch Dems for GOP with notable demographic shift, study finds

Displeasure with the direction of the country under Democratic leadership isn’t the only indicator that the left is in trouble heading toward the midterms as a new report provided concrete evidence that voters feel “left behind.”

Enthusiasm has been in favor of the Republicans for months now as constituents anxiously await their opportunity to ring a death knell for President Joe Biden’s failed policies. Even corporate media has shown that pivoting from “Build Back Better” to gun confiscation, and now the latest clamoring for extreme paths to codify abortion at the federal level, are building the “best position” for the right in “over 80 years.”

The failure of the Democrats to address the real concerns of Americans can now be measured with a ground swell in party affiliation shifts, according to the Associated Press. After looking at almost 1.7 million voters who had made a party change over that last year across 42 states, more than 1 million of them had made the move to the right. Compared to the 630,000 that shifted toward the left, the indications are clear that Biden’s team has lost touch.

“But nowhere is the shift more pronounced — and dangerous for Democrats — than in the suburbs,” the AP found, “where well-educated swing voters who turned against Trump’s Republican Party in recent years appear to be swinging back.”

Ben Smith of suburban Larimer County, CO explained his reluctant switch was “more so a rejection of the left than embracing the right,” as the AP reported him “becoming increasingly concerned about the Democrats’ support in some localities for mandatory COVID-19 vaccines, the party’s inability to quell violent crime and its frequent focus on racial justice.”

The outreach from Republicans in swing states that meant all the difference in the 2020 presidential election like Pennsylvania, Arizona and Nevada has helped sway voters to reevaluate who had their best interests in mind. Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel told the AP, “Biden and Democrats are woefully out of touch with the American people, and that’s why voters are flocking to the Republican Party in droves.”

“American suburbs will trend red for cycles to come” thanks to “Biden’s gas hike, the open border crisis, baby formula shortage and rising crime,” she added.

The shift has been remarkable, especially in states like Florida where Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) had won his 2018 election campaign by a margin of approximately 40,000 votes when faced with a massive disadvantage in party registrants. There has been more than a 400,000 voter shift since then, making it exceedingly unlikely that it will truly be a swing state during the midterms and possibly beyond.

With little more than four months until the pivotal November elections, a new Trafalgar Group poll shows a generic Republican candidate with a roughly 10 percent lead over a generic Democrat candidate and slightly more than 10 percent remaining undecided.

White suburban women were notably the demographic that former President Donald Trump had struggled to gain favor with ahead of his reelection bid, and it now seems as though there is a bit of buyer’s remorse in their towns.

The Democratic National Committee declined to comment to the AP on the surge of GOP registrants, but 39-year-old Jessica Kroells of Larimer County, CO explained “The party itself is no longer Democrat, it’s progressive socialism.”


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