THE 2020 ELECTION WON'T BE HARD TO PREDICT! | HERE'S WHY

THE 2020 ELECTION WON'T BE HARD TO PREDICT! | HERE'S WHY





3 MORE DAYS UNTIL THE $125 GIVEAWAY IF I GET 500 SUBSCRIBERS!!!! ONLY ~50 MORE!
DO YOU WANT TO BE ELIGIBLE? SUBSCRIBE HERE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI9a2OGd9ZtxyI1I66re5Ng?sub_confirmation=1

In this video, I expose the fact that it is really not that hard to predict electoral outcomes. Everyone got the 2016 election wrong because they simply did not account for Donald Trump’s “Silent Majority” base that turned out in the Rust Belt. However, if a political scientist had accounted for this as a possibility, it would not be that hard to predict actually. In this video, I dive into that exact fact but stand by the claim that only 6 states will actually be competitive in the 2020 Presidential Election: Wisconsin, Michigan, Arizona, Florida, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania.

If you liked this video, please subscribe and share with your friends. Comment what you thought of this video and ideas for future videos!

TAGS:
Election Predictions | Election Night | 2020 Governor Senate Races – 2020 Presidential Election | 2020 Predictions | 2020 Polls | Will Democrats win in 2020 | 2020 Senate Predictions | 2020 Election | 2020 Map | 2020 Races | 2020 Projections | Can Democrats win the Senate? | Will Democrats win midterms? | 2020 Senate Elections | 2020 Midterm Elections | Will Democrats win Midterms? | Will Republicans Lose in 2020? | Will Republicans win in 2020? | Will Republicans Lose Seats? | 2022 Midterm Predictions | Will Democrats Retain the House? | Will Republicans Take the House? | Why are Democrats losing in the Polls? | Democrats Republicans will never win again | 2020 Election Night I 2020 Election Projections I Will Donald Trump Win In 2020? I Who Will Win The Democratic Primary? I Will Joe Biden Win The Primary? I Will Bernie Sanders Win The Primary? I Will Kamala Harris Win The Primary? I Will Elizabeth Warren Win the Primary? I Can Pete Buttigieg Win The Primary? I 2020 Democratic Primary Election Night I 2020 Democratic Primary I 2020 Democratic Primary Election Night I 2020 Election Night Prediction Kamala Harris vs Donald Trump I 2020 Election Night Prediction Elizabeth Warren vs Donald Trump I 2020 Election Night Prediction Joe Biden vs Donald Trump I 2020 Election Night Prediction Pete Buttigieg vs Donald Trump I 2020 Election Night Prediction Bernie Sanders vs Donald Trump I 2020 Election Night Andrew Yang vs Donald Trump I 2020 Election Night Cory Booker vs Donald Trump I 2020 Election Night Kristen Gillibrand vs Donald Trump I 2020 Election Night Amy Klobuchar vs Donald Trump I 2020 Election Night Tulsi Gabbard vs Donald Trump I 2020 Election Night Julian Castro vs Donald Trump I 2020 Election Night Marianne Williamson vs Donald Trump I 2020 Election Night Bill de Blasio vs Donald Trump I 2020 Election Night Presentation I 2020 Election Night Prediction I 2020 Election Analysis I 2020 Poll Analysis I 2020 Poll I 2020 Democrat Poll Analysis I 2020 Primary Poll Analysis I 2008 Election Night NBC I 2008 Election Night CNN I 2008 Election Night I 2008 Election Night Fox I 2012 Election Night NBC I 2012 Election Night CNN I 2012 Election Night Fox I 2016 Election Night CNN I 2016 Election Night NBC I 2016 Election Night Fox I 2020 Election Night CNN I 2020 Election Night NBC I 2020 Election Night Fox I Democratic Debate I Democrat Debate I 2020 Democratic Debate I Debate CNN I 2020 Debate I 2020 Dem Debate I Dem Debate CNN I 2nd Democratic Debate I Democratic Debate 2 I 2020 Democratic Primary I 2020 Democratic Primary Election Night I 2020 Dem Primary I Joe Biden vs Bernie Sanders I Bernie Sanders vs Elizabeth Warren I Joe Biden vs Kamala Harris I Bernie Sanders vs Kamala Harris I Democrat Election Night I Joe Biden vs Bernie Sanders vs Elizabeth Warren vs Kamala Harris vs Pete Buttigieg I Marianne Williamson I Cory Booker I Andrew Yang I Kirsten Gillibrand I Steve Bullock I Beto O’Rourke I Eric Holder I Amy Klobuchar I Mike Gravel I John Delaney I Bill De Blasio I John Hickenlooper I Tim Ryan I Hillary Clinton I Michelle Obama I Barack Obama I Tom Steyer I Michael Bennet I Tulsi Gabbard I Julian Castro I Dem Debate Night 1 I Dem Debate Night 2 I CNN Debate I Kamala Harris Debate I Joe Biden Debate I Pete Buttigieg Debate I Elizabeth Warren Debate I Bernie Sanders Debate I Democratic Primary 2020 I Democratic Primary Projection I Democratic Primary Forecast I Democratic Primary Polls I Dem Primary Polls I Primary Polls 2020 I General Election Polls 2020 I Presidential Election Polls 2020 I Election Polls I Election Analysis I Presidential Election Analysis

#trump2020 #biden2020


source
donald trump,2020 election,joe biden,tied election,2020 president candidate song,2020 presidential candidates,2020 presidential debate,2020 presidential election predictions,2020 presidential election predictions map,2020 presidential election map,2020 electoral map,swing states,what are the swing states,what are the swing states in 2020,2020 election prediction,2020 election prediction map,will trump win in 2020,will trump win in 2020 nate silver
#ELECTION #WON39T #HARD #PREDICT #HERE39S

Recommended For You

About the Author: 2020 Election Predictions

28 Comments

  1. I really think this is a Biden win. The margins were very small in Michigan, PA, etc. in 2016 and Trump has a very low approval rating. The difference is that I don’t think Trump’s base has grown since 2016. It hasn’t shrunk much, but it’s basically the same people. Meanwhile, there are a lot of people consolidated against Biden and the Democratic “anti-Trump” base seems to be growing. Not to mention, the millions who have turned 18 since 2016 who are overwhelmingly Democrat and liberal, as well as we’re probably going to see higher black turnout due to BLM and Trump’s latest rhetoric.

  2. Actually the older people in Florida might be why Florida flips this election cycle. According to FiveThirtyEight, in 2016 Trump had a 13 point lead with older voters, this election cycle Trump has a 1 point deficit.

    https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/are-older-voters-turning-away-from-trump/

    That's not saying it's going to stay that way, but this would represent a huge change from 2016 and even 2018, since this appears to have happened after the Coronavirus pandemic. This could change things quite a bit in the Sunshine State. I don't think the addition of ex-felons will significantly impact the election results, and I don't know if other Republicans in Florida will suffer from Trump or not, depends on if Republican voters just vote against Trump or just don't show up at all.

  3. This guys gives the benefit of the doubt always to Donald Trump. No matter what else is going on in the world or that state. McSally is going to get crushed in AZ and will pull Trump down also.

  4. I think most states will vote the same way they voted in 2016. Michigan is the most likely to swing to the Democratic column; Trump only carried it by 10,000 votes. Michigan by itself though is not enough to give Joe Biden a victory; he has to win Michigan and Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania is a mystery at this point, but I believe it is the most pivotal state in this year's election.

  5. I am going to go out on a limb here and say Biden will win. Although, my heart says trump will. In saying that the advantage is traditionally with the incumbent and the EC favors the republican candidates.
    My biggest reason why I am going to say biden takes it, is because trump's support among the alt right has cratered. I know people don't agree with me, but I believe they were a huge factor in 2016. The provided the energy, the MEMES, and fun to trump's campaign.
    However, trump did not deliver for them. Infact they see him now as just another republican. The Alt Right is not the powerhouse it was in '16 and they are apathetic over trump this year.

  6. The polls weren't completely off they had Hillary Clinton to win the National vote by 3% with a margin of error of 3%, they also had Hillary to win Michigan, Pennsylvania and Florida by less than 3% with a margin of error of 3% the only state they where way off was Wisconsin which was probably due to people just presume Hillary would win so there was a lack of polling

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *