/Trump supporters hopeful despite gloomy poll numbers

Trump supporters hopeful despite gloomy poll numbers

Nell Yarborough stated that Trump was not content to rest on his laurels. The campaign stop included a fundraiser as well as a rally at the Mississippi Coliseum. Yarborough stated that Trump’s visit to the Mississippi Coliseum shows that he is working for all of us. “Up until a few decades ago, we believed we could leave government alone. But what we are finding is just how bad it has gotten.” Yarborough, now retired, rely on Social Security income. “We are receiving less money. We now have foreigners taking money that was meant to be for us. He said that this is about our children, grandchildren, and the country they will be living in. Nigel Farage (an ex-member of the British Parliament) joined Trump on the campaign trail. He is best known for his campaign to get rid of the U.K. the European Union. Farage said to Trump supporters that June 23 was our independence day because we destroyed the establishment. “Everyone said we would lose. What did we see? Experts from all parts of the globe were there to tell us what would happen if we didn’t vote for a bunch unelected men in Brussels. They told us that our economy would crash to the ground. They said there would be massive unemployment. They said that investment would be leaving our country. We witnessed the polling industry do everything possible to discourage us. They put us ten behind on the day of the election. They were wrong.” Farage claimed that polling is not reliable, but many national polls show that Trump faces a difficult task against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. FiveThirtyEight’s 2016 election prediction aggregates and weights polls of several organizations including HuffPost Pollster and RealClearPolitics. FiveThirtyEight reported that Clinton’s chances of winning the election on the day of Trump’s Jackson rally were 83.5 percent. Some rallygoers, such as Kris Dolan, a 40 year-old Jackson resident, thought Trump’s visit to the state was a “huge event”. “We are just in a state. We have seen the British do when they wanted to change. There’s so much uncertainty. There have been so many scandals. Dolan stated that we need to give the decision back to the people. “When he brought in (Farage), he was saying that the small man matters. We can also do it if Brexit can. While I don’t think we should leave the Union, I do mean to create our own ideas because people have been brainwashed by media.” Trump supporter David Rushing said: “We need to ensure that we get a good deal. Trump is a businessman, as you know. Who was the greatest governor we ever had? (Kirk Fordice) was a businessman. Not a politician. That’s true judgement.” To support this work, you can make a regular donation to our Spring Member Drive today. This will allow us to continue important work such as this story. Our reporters give a human face to policy’s impact on everyday Mississippians by listening more closely and understanding their communities. To ensure that our work is aligned with the priorities and needs of all Mississippians, we are listening to you. Click the button below to let us know what you think.