Desperate to win back voters, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was behind a recent poll by The House Majority Super PAC — and what it revealed is seriously bad news for Democrats across the country.
The poll focused on white working class voters, a key voting group that helped former President Bill Clinton win his office — and was behind presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s failure in the 2016 election.
Pelosi and Democrats have launched the “White Working Class Voter Project” in an attempt to understand and subsequently appeal to these voters — and critics say it’s simply further proved how out-of-touch with voters these liberal leaders are.
What the poll found has Democrats panicking.
Working class voters have more faith in President Donald Trump’s presidency and the Republicans in Congress than they do Democrats… by a whopping margin of 35 percent.
Across the country, that translates into tens of millions of votes.
The overall survey results prove that this group of voters favor Republicans in most government position.
Working class voters prefer Republicans in Congress by 10 points, 43 to 33 percent.
Despite the calls for impeachment by the left, the majority of working class voters approve of Trump’s presidency, 52 to 44 percent.
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The survey focused on 1000 white Americans, over the age of 24 and without a college degree.
This group made up 34% of the electorate in 2016, and one thing is clear — they don’t relate to the overall Democratic message.
It’s clear that if Pelosi plans to take back the 24 Congressional seats she needs to take back the majority in the House, Democrats need to figure out how to appeal to working class voters.
So far, it’s not looking good.
— The Horn editorial team