Biden Campaign Freakout Report Confirms Trump’s Silent Majority Is REAL & Bigger Than The Dems Realize
This election season there has been a lot of talk about the validity of the polls.
Some are claiming the polls are wrong and this is a base election where each side needs to get as many of their supporters to vote as possible. Democrats feel that their numbers in the suburbs will counter the Democrats they are losing in rural areas. Republicans are claiming the polls are skewed in a disinformation campaign to promote Joe Biden.
One thing Democrats have spoken little about is the “silent majority” President Trump has confidence in that will give him the win in November. The left scoffs at the thought of secret Trump voters however a research firm did some investigating and found that the secret Trump voter is very real and bigger than you thin.
David Winston of the New York Times has been quoted for scoffing at the silent majority or the idea that people are lying to pollsters.
“The idea that people lie, it’s an interesting theory, and it’s not like it’s completely off-the-wall. But it’s obviously a very complicated thing to try to prove because what do you do? Ask them, ‘Are you lying?’”
Cloud Research decided to find out if these “shy” voters exist:
We structured our survey to overcome shortcomings of previous polls. Instead of simply asking voters whom they will vote for — and then ask whether they just lied — we centered our research around a general question: “Are you comfortable in truthfully disclosing the presidential candidate you intend to vote for in a telephone poll?” Our rationale for this approach was that there’s a major difference between admitting you just lied and admitting to being genuinely concerned about disclosing your preferred candidate.
For the most part, we expected to find very few “shy voters.” After all, telephone surveys are supposed to be anonymous, so why would people be reluctant to share their opinions? However, to the extent people said that they were reluctant to express their voting preferences on a telephone poll, we were interested in their rationale for their reluctance. As a result, we included open-ended follow-up questions to better understand the factors that drive voters to fudge their responses.
They found a whole lot more of secret Trump voters than they thought existed.
Cloud Research discovered that 11.7% of Republicans said that they will not report their true opinions to telephone pollster contrasted with 5.4% of Democrat who didn’t want to cooperate. A staggering 10.5% of independents said that they do not tell the truth to pollsters.
Over 10% of Trump supporters said they are untruthful during phone surveys which is double the number of Biden supporters.
Trump’s supporters give good reasons for why they don’t tell the truth.
“Well I probably wouldn’t give my opinion period, but if pushed, I would not give my real opinion for fear of reprisal if someone found out.”
“Because most polls released to the public are slanted and aren’t scientifically based. So, they are messing with the results of the survey from the beginning by knocking down one party or the other. I’m just trying to right the ship.”
“I am hounded day and evening by phone solicitors. They interrupt me all the time; sometimes my irritation takes over, and I don’t answer correctly.”
“My answers could be recorded so I don’t really trust such phone conversations.”
People are losing their jobs for supporting the President because of cancel culture, I don’t blame these people one bit for not being truthful.
The survey found that Republicans and Independents are very reluctant to participate with pollsters. Cloud Research found that due to a large amount of “shy” voters it could most certainly could give President Trump an overwhelming win.