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Buttigieg In 3rd Place in IN, Trump Leads Harris By 5% Nationally

While you are letting your mothers and mothers of your children sleep in, take a look at the new poll from the home state of Pete Buttigieg and We Ask America.

PRESIDENT – INDIANA – DEM PRIMARY (WAA)
Joe Biden 33%
Bernie Sanders 23%
Pete Buttigieg 20%
Kamela Harris 3%
Elizabeth Warren 2%
Beto O’Rourke 2%
Cory Booker 1%
Amy Klobuchar <1%
Someone else <1%

This poll was done April 29-May 5 among likely primary voters. Late last week, Rasmussen Reports released a new heads up poll between Donald Trump and Kamala Harris.

PRESIDENT – NATIONAL (Rasmussen)
Donald Trump (R-inc) 47%
Kamala Harris (D) 42%

This poll was done April 28-May 9 among 5000 likely voters.

Posted by Dave at 8:04 am
Filed under: General | Comments (23)

23 Responses to “Buttigieg In 3rd Place in IN, Trump Leads Harris By 5% Nationally”

  1. Tgca says:

    Uno Bebe! Uno!

  2. Tgca says:

    MAAAAAAAAGAAAAAAAA!

  3. jason says:

    Happy Mother’s Day.

  4. jason says:

    Leg of lamb in oven, heavenly aromas wafting through the house.

  5. Tgca says:

    Smell of innocent slaughtered baby sheep wafting through the house is more like it.

    Shame!
    Shame
    SHAME!!!

  6. Wes says:

    Honestly while I proudly eschew Tgca’s rabbit food-based diet, lamb is one food I refuse to eat. I simply won’t eat something that’s been tied down in a hutch its whole life so its muscles never develop.

  7. mnw says:

    Burr, Romney, Sasse, & now Paul!

    SOOO many GOP Presidents!

    There will soon be one less, if they keep this up.

    I particularly resent Paul going on TV, & saying “Get this deal done fast, Mr. President! It’s starting to hurt businesses in KY!” Apparently he thinks the Chinese can’t understand English & don’t watch TV anyway, so this kind of statement will be harmless to the Administration’s negotiating position… AND maybe helpful too!

  8. lisab says:

    paul holds the same postion as jason in regards to trade

    ironically kentucky is one of the states most affected by china’s trade policies, i.e. ky is a big player in aerospace, which is one of the industries china has targeted

  9. Phil says:

    No, Burr not getting much love. He isn’t running again in 2022.

    I hope we aren’t seeing another lame duck GOP Senator morphing into another useful idiot Flake like character. Judging by Burr’s past I wouldn’t think so, but the guy sure isn’t saying anything. Hell, Wes keeps up better than anyone on NC GOP politics and he says he he doesn’t even have a clue what this guy is doing.

  10. Wes says:

    What Burr is doing isn’t getting a lot of coverage down here, Phil. No one seems to know anything. Burr’s motivations are about as clear as stagnant pond water right now.

  11. Wes says:

    Burr endorsed Trump in 2016. He’s been a consistent ally of the President the past few years. That’s making his current actions mystifying. No one can get a read on it.

  12. Phil says:

    Really perplexing. Don Jr has testified 28 hours in front of three committees. Mueller finished his report and didn’t charge him with anything…..and Burr wants him back??

    That’s nuts. Burr’s silence is even stranger. It’s plain ass weird. All of it.

  13. Bitterlaw says:

    Happy Mother’s Day.

    GFY.

  14. Tina says:

    Don will tell burr and the drats to pound sand. Even Goober Granite is on board. Congress cannot do sheot about it either,

    Kyle Morris
    @RealKyleMorris
    ·
    4h
    Sen.
    @LindseyGrahamSC
    : “If I were
    @DonaldJTrumpJr
    ’s lawyer, I would tell him, you don’t need to go back into this environment anymore. You’ve been there for hours and hours and nothing being alleged here changes the outcome of the Mueller investigation. I would call it a day.”

  15. Tina says:

    Da Nang Dick has taken full control of that “committee.” Time for Mitchie to strip assignments.

    Btw, how does Mitchie not know about the subpoena and why did Hannity Interruptus not query Mitchie more strongly about this matter?

  16. Tgca says:

    TDS at its best.

    Wharton should revoke Trump’s degree? Really? Should he also have to give back his kindergarten graduate certificate too?

    All of which is to say: WTF, Wharton?

    While Trump’s serial tax fraud and business failures did not shame you into revoking his degree, surely such public displays of economic illiteracy should….”

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/can-wharton-revoke-trumps-economics-degree-now?ref=scroll

  17. jason says:

    Leg of lamb was awesome. AND the baby back ribs I grilled as an appetizer.

    I love lamb and veal, I don’t have any problem with the slaughter of “baby animals” bred for food. I like duckling and suckling pig too. Not to mention In the wild wolves, bears, lions and other predators love “baby animals” too.

    Pretty soon some moron is going to claim eggs are baby chicks.

  18. Victrc says:

    Happy mother’s day to all hhr moms and all the moms of hhr’ers.

    Speaking of lamb. I’m in Abu Dhabi…and its Ramadan so no avoiding the lamb after a full day of no eating. On the good side it is going to help get those last 5lbs off yo bring my total to 30lbs less of VictrC!!

  19. jason says:

    Obvious statement of the day:

    Kudlow: ‘Both sides will suffer’ in U.S.-China trade war

  20. jason says:

    “White House Chief Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow seemed to contradict President Donald Trump on Sunday, admitting that Trump’s increasing tariffs on Chinese goods will put an economic burden on American consumers and businesses.

    Kudlow sat for an interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday where he said that both the U.S. and China will suffer consequences from the tariffs. “In fact, both sides will pay,” he said.”

  21. jason says:

    “But Larry, that isn’t true,” Wallace said about the President’s assertions. “It’s not China that pays the tariffs, it’s the American importers, the American companies that pay what, in effect, is a tax increase and often passes it off to U.S. consumers.”

    Kudlow agreed with Wallace, contradicting Trump’s characterization of tariffs.

    “Fair Enough,” the chief economic advisor said. “In fact, both sides will pay… The Chinese will suffer GDP losses and so forth…”

    “[China] may suffer consequences, but it’s U.S. consumers and businesses who pay, correct?” Wallace countered.

    “Yes, to some extent,” Kudlow said. “I don’t disagree with that.”

    The AFL-CIO conservatives will disagree in 3, 2, 1….

  22. lisab says:

    Daenerys … b!tch be cray cray

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