Following the unprecedented raid on former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home, Republican voters are worked up and ready to show up to the polls.
"Enthusiasm for voting in this year’s midterm election has grown by six points after the FBI raided the Mar-a-Lago, the home of former President Donald Trump," Breitbart reported about recent YouGov polls.
"When 1500 adult U.S. citizens were asked from August 13 to 16 if they were more or less enthusiastic about voting in this year’s election compared to the previous congressional election year, 51 percent of Republicans said they were more enthusiastic," reported Breitbart.
"What you saw last night at Mar-a-Lago was the desperation of a national machine that knows it’s on the edge of being defeated and then being eliminated. And I think that you’ll see more desperation in the weeks to come.” https://t.co/Ync1f9VBN4
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) August 10, 2022
On the other hand, polls do not show an increase in enthusiasm from Democrats or Independents. Womp, womp.
"The polls showed barely any increase in enthusiasm about voting with the Democrats and independents. They both increased by one point, with the Democrats going from 35 to 36 percent and the independents going from 24 percent to 25 percent more enthusiastic," reported Breitbart.
YouGov Poll: Republican Enthusiasm lead INCREASED by 5 points after FBI Raid
Compared to 2018, are you more enthusiastic or less enthusiastic about voting in this year's election?
More Enthusiastic - Aug 7:
GOP: 45% (+10)
GOP: 51% (+15)
DEM: 36% pic.twitter.com/6MvXQU45vV
— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) August 18, 2022
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