The final poll from a nonpartisan polling company of the 2020 presidential election indicates President Donald Trump will win.

David Burrell, CEO & Co-Founder of Wick Polling indicates its last survey of battleground states shows Trump winning Florida, Georgia, Ohio, North Carolina and running even in Biden in Michigan.

“We are predicting that Donald Trump is going to win re-election. In our most recent battleground polls in the 6 states of Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia, North Carolina, and Ohio he is up by over 2% in all but Michigan,” he explained. “But what’s more interesting than our prediction that he will win, and why we are writing this article, is that all of our polls until last week had Trump losing by similar margins to what you have probably seen in the news.”

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Burrell said the biggest issue with the polls showing a Biden win is Trump voters are not represented fully.

Burrell’s firm found Trump supporters were responding to polls at a much lower clip than Biden backers.

In 2016 education was an issue that made polls wrong and most pollsters are trying to adjust (I will add here that if any pollster isn’t controlling for education and/or has grouped graduate and post-graduate degrees together as “college grad or higher” then they will still have a 2016-esque problem with their accuracy). In 2020 education is a symptom rather than the problem itself. Voters with post-graduate degrees historically answer polls at higher response rates than less-educated voters. But that doesn’t explain 23% – 31% of day 1 survey respondents answering that they had a post-graduate degree. Why are “some college” and “no college” segments of the population answering at rates much lower than in 2016?

He also indicate that black and Hispanic support for Trump is increased over 2016.

“The raw responses from the battleground polls data show a nearly 3x increase in African American and 2x increase in Hispanic support for Trump when compared to 2016,” he said. “Trump is going to win a historic percentage of African Americans and Hispanics vote.”

President Trump has a long pro-life record.

Last month, President Trump issued a powerful message about the value of individuals with Down syndrome in America.

October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month, and an estimate 250,000 Americans have the chromosomal abnormality. Some go to college, while others own businesses and work as models, actors and artists. Some get married, and many serve as advocates and spokespeople for people with disabilities.

But even more would be alive today if they had not been discriminatorily aborted — something President Trump condemned in his message today.

“As our society progresses toward a more inclusive future, there are still those who pass judgment on which lives are worth living.  As President, I denounce radical proposals to terminate pregnancies of unborn children with Down syndrome,” he said. “Our Nation will continue to emphatically affirm the self-evident ideal that all children—born and unborn—are created in the image of God, are worthy of life, and deserve to be loved.”

“Our country must never run astray from the certitude that the lives of those with Down syndrome are precious and full of potential.  During Down Syndrome Awareness Month, we are reminded that we must never waver in our efforts to support these individuals so that they can enrich the soul of our Nation with their joy and love,” he added.

President Trump, the first sitting president in United States history to attend and address the annual March for Life in person, has received wide support from pro-life groups across the county.

In one of his first acts as president, Trump reinstated and expanded the Mexico City Policy, which prohibits taxpayer funding to groups that promote or provide abortions overseas. The change defunded Planned Parenthood’s international arm of about $100 million in U.S. tax dollars.

Trump has repeatedly called out the Democratic Party’s extreme position on abortion. During his State of the Union address Trump slammed the governors of New York and Virginia for promoting abortion up to birth and infanticide. He also called for Congress to pass a ban on late-term abortions on babies who are capable of feeling pain.

Trump and his administration have made a number of changes to protect those who morally object to abortions, expanding conscience protections for medical workers who believe it is wrong to kill an unborn baby and increasing religious exemptions for Obamacare.

His administration also intervened to stop the United Nations from supporting abortion in a resolution about sexual violence. In 2018, under his leadership, the State Department removed references to the so-called “right” to abort an unborn baby from a global human rights report as well.

During his presidency, the administration also finalized a new Title X rule that requires health care entities to completely separate abortion from their taxpayer-funded services. Planned Parenthood, which already has said it will not comply, could lose about $60 million annually through the policy change. However, the abortion group is suing to block the cuts.

Trump has appointed dozens of conservative judges to federal courts as well, including two to the U.S. Supreme Court and he has repeatedly told the UN that he will not promote abortion as a human right.

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