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      01-03-2020, 04:07 PM   #21
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Funny how almost half of all registered voters (48%) say they are certain they will vote against Trump, while only a third (34%) say they will certainly vote for him. Subject to change of course, but the three big swing states of Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania all elected Democrats in 2018. Wisconsin elected a Democratic Governor to replace a Republican and reelected a Democratic Senator; Pennsylvania elected a Democratic Governor, and Democrats there took 3 house seats away from Republican incumbents.

In Michigan, which the Democrats lost to Trump by 11,000 votes, the Dems won big by sweeping the elections for Governor and senator and flipping two house seats. Voters also banned gerrymandering and created automatic voter registration which will likely undo some of the gains from 2016 by repeublicans.

And also-unemployment has been reported to be climbing in key swing states like Michigan and Wisconsin.