New polling data are confirming the ironic observation that the Democrats’ angry, miserable convention resulted in a polling bounce — for President Trump. Gallup confirms what Rasmussen first discovered. Ellie Bufkin writes in in Townhall:
A new poll released Monday from Gallup showed that the four days of virtual speeches and minimal fanfare produced by the Democratic National Convention did little to shore up support for the party of Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris.
In fact, despite the glowing reviews from corporate media of the DNC and its speakers, the Gallup poll showed that Americans claiming to be Democrats or affiliated with the party dropped by two points since the same poll was conducted in June. Enthusiasm for the Republican Party, however, increased by three points, shrinking the Democratic advantage by a stunning five points as the presidential election draws ever closer.
The new poll follows a trend in national polling that has shown a dramatic narrowing of the gap between the Democrats’ nominee Joe Biden and President Donald Trump, after months of numbers reflecting Biden as the clear leader. […]
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