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RSR - Dec. 10, 2019, Trump/Pence 2020 v Biden Klobuchar 2020 State of Ohio - also $$ to corrupt countries - USMCA
  Dec 10, 2019

Question #1
2016 US Election Outcome (Ohio)
Republican: Trump/Pence    51.62 %
Democrat: Clinton/Kaine    43.09 %
Question #2
2016 US Election (specific Ohio Counties-Lake, Ottawa, Portage, Trumbell, Wood):
Republican: Trump/Pence    52 %
Question #3
If the US Election 2020 were held today, which of the following 2020 Teams (one hypothetical) would you support?
Trump/Pence 2020    59.78 %
Biden/Klobuchar 2020    38.78 %
Question #4
Should the United States give money and other foreign aid including weapons to corrupt countries like the Ukraine?
Yes    20.11 %
No    63.20 %
Question #5
Is the USMCA agreement (Free Trade deal) between US, Canada & Mexico an agreement that should be signed by Congress sooner, later, or not at all?
Sooner    73.55 %
Later    9.23 %
Not at all    13.24 %
Question #6
Party (Brand) you identify with “Today”:
Republican    46 %
Democrat    40 %
Commentary
Trump/Pence 2016 defeated Clinton/Kane 2016 by (8.5%). In our specific baseline Counties this lead is depicted as (11%).
This RSR Poll suggests Trump/Pence 2020 would easily beat Biden/Klobuchar (hypothetical team in hypothetical contest) by at least (17%).
Trump scores well over (60%) with Whites, the predominant race in Ohio, with (42%) of African Americans supporting Trump/Pence.
Trump/Pence 2020 attracts (98%) of Republicans, (72%) Independents, and (8%) of Democrats.
About ¾ State of Ohio respondents do not believe foreign aid should be granted to Ukraine, reason to suggest that the Democrats impeachment process of Trump is more damaging to Ukraine’s ability to defend itself against Russia, than Trump’s telephone call with that countries president.
Better than 7/10 Ohio respondents believe the USMCA Free Trade Agreement should be completed “sooner” rather than “later” or not at all.
Trump/Pence dominate 2020 dominate Republican and Independent support.
Republicans have never won the White House without Ohio. Recent case in point 2012 where then Republican candidate Mitt Romney (R) lost by (3%) to Barack Obama (D).
Republicans have never won the White House without Ohio. Recent case in point 2012 where then Republican candidate Mitt Romney (R) lost by (3%) to Barack Obama (D).
RSR Poll: Recent declared Margin of Error (phone) 3.3% @ 95% confidence.

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