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2024 Election

INDIES FOR TRUMP! NYT Shocked to Find 11 Out of 13 Independent Voters in Focus Group Back Trump

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.14.24

A recent New York Times opinion piece highlights how a majority of independent voters seem to be breaking in favor of former President and 2024 GOP frontrunner Donald Trump.

The Times released a piece this week entitled “Why This Group of Undecided Independent Voters Is Leaning Toward Trump.”

From The New York Times:

What can President Biden say and do to win over undecided voters? What concerns and arguments will draw these voters to Donald Trump? For our latest Times Opinion focus group, we spoke with 13 undecided independent voters from across the country about how they see the two leading presidential candidates and explored some issues that might affect how they vote in November. To a striking degree, most of the participants tilted toward Mr. Trump, even though they disliked his personality.

So why did they lean toward Mr. Trump? As you’ll read below, almost all the voters (who range in age from 22 to 64) were most worried about the economy and how their groceries and other bills were too costly. Some were also deeply troubled by the crisis at the southern border, and some were concerned about the Israel-Gaza war and disliked U.S. aid to other countries. The participants’ comments indicated that most did not feel they were in good hands with Mr. Biden or trust that they would be, using words like “senile,” “unfit” and “disingenuous” to describe him. And while the group viewed Mr. Trump negatively, some people suggested that the country was on its toes more with him in office.

“At least Donald Trump started a conversation. Sure, it was divisive, and sure, it really wasn’t the most productive, but it really highlighted problems and the divisiveness that was already hidden inside of our country,” said Yalena, a 22-year-old Latina from Alabama.

Read more over at The New York Times:

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