A group of “undecided voters” in a Los Angeles Times focus group delivered a stunning consensus on the final debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.
While the liberal media and Trump critics bashed the president’s performance Thursday night, many viewers who actually watched his strong showing against the Democratic presidential nominee came away with a far different assessment. Pollster Frank Luntz spoke with one group of voters who overwhelmingly concluded after the debate that Trump had swayed their thinking.
The group of voters selected by Luntz to participate had to meet certain criteria, including being “currently registered to vote in one of 11 swing states,” according to the Los Angeles Times. The participants, who were each paid $100 for their time, also had to describe themselves as “possible” Biden or Trump voters, “defined themselves as independents” and considered themselves “undecided.”
Trump was lauded for his solid debate performance as Biden often seemed rattled by the facts he was confronted with. Yet the left-wing media proved their bias once again in commentary disguised as reporting. CNN’s Jake Tapper held nothing back as he accused Trump of “running the single most negative, sleazy campaign in American history.”
“I really really really wanted to vote for Joe Biden. I really really do. But, I just, based on tonight’s performance, Donald Trump…” – Jennifer from Michigan pic.twitter.com/TGJyWnJxpR
— Tomas Morales (@TomasMorales_iv) October 23, 2020
My focus group’s words to describe Trump tonight:
• “Con artist”
• “Surprisingly presidential”
Words to describe Biden tonight:
— Frank Luntz (@FrankLuntz) October 23, 2020
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