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Florida’s Political Makeup Reaches Major Republican Milestone

Does this bolster a possible presidential bid by Governor Ron DeSantis?

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If you’ve been paying attention to the news out of Florida of late, you might recognize a certain theme emanating from The Sunshine State:  Freedom.

That’s because Governor Ron DeSantis has been taking quite the stand of late, particularly targeting what he sees as a massive overreach by the federal government on the subject of the coronavirus pandemic.

This has made Florida a bit of a destination for the liberty-minded among us, and new revelations about the state’s political demographics paint a rapidly reddening picture.

Registered Republicans total around 5.1 million active voters as of the end of October, edging Democrats by around 4,000, according to the latest figures published by the Florida Division of Elections.

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Florida has long attracted conservative-leaning retirees, though many hail from Democratic bastions such as New York. The southern state also was a migration destination during the pandemic for younger, working-age people seeking to avoid Covid-19 restrictions and register children at in-person schools, but it’s less clear how significant their numbers are.

While there are certainly a number of Americans being beckoned to the beach-rich state by DeSantis’ freedom-forward agenda, experts believe that this shift is also due, in part, to the natural shedding of elderly and deceased voters, which regularly occurs in post-election surveys.

The development could play a major role in the 2024 election, especially as Governor DeSantis continues to play coy about his potential bid for the White House.

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A Socio-Political View of Today’s High Profile Cases | Schaftlein Report

Guest: Dr. Carole Lieberman – Forensic Psychiatrist and Expert Witness

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A Socio-Political View of Today’s High Profile Cases | Schaftlein Report
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Guest: Dr. Carole Lieberman – Forensic Psychiatrist and Expert Witness
Topics:
1) A Post Trial Analysis of the Rittenhouse Case – Why the jury got it right and the media got it wrong
*What the judge, jury and defendant will go through post trial
2) The Non-Event Diplomatic Boycott of the Chinese Hosting the Winter Olympics – China laughs it off – No change in Sponsorship
*Why is Biden doing this other than moral support for those in forced labor in China?
3) Why are some members of the Media blaming the Media for Biden’s poor polling numbers?
4) Biden and Putin Speak had Video Conference over rising Ukraine tensions – Biden’s credibility on the line as Russia faced nominal problems after it annexed Crimea – Economic Sanctions Warning?
5) White Suburban Women shifting toward Republicans, reversing the trend in Virginia Elections aftermath
6) Just 22% of Voters want Biden to run in 2024 – Harris is at 12%

https://rumble.com/embed/vnrod2/?pub=4 A Socio-Political View of Today’s High Profile Cases | Schaftlein Report —————– Guest: Dr. Carole Lieberman – Forensic Psychiatrist and Expert Witness Topics: 1) A Post Trial Analysis of the Rittenhouse Case – Why the jury got it right and the media got it wrong *What the judge, jury and defendant will go through post trial 2) The Non-Event Diplomatic Boycott of the Chinese Hosting the Winter Olympics – China laughs it off – No change in Sponsorship *Why is Biden doing this other than moral support for those in forced labor in China? 3) Why are some members of the Media blaming the Media for Biden’s poor polling numbers? 4) Biden and Putin Speak had Video Conference over rising Ukraine tensions – Biden’s credibility on the line as Russia faced nominal problems after it annexed Crimea – Economic Sanctions Warning? 5) White Suburban Women shifting toward Republicans, reversing the trend in Virginia Elections aftermath 6) Just 22% of Voters want Biden to run in 2024 – Harris is at 12%

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Polling Shows Abysmal Support for Biden Reelection…Among Democrats

The numbers are simply staggering.

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US President Joe Biden’s approval ratings are abysmal.  They’re so terrible, in fact, that the White House really has no way of denying it any longer.  Instead, they’ve turned to a strategy of simply suggesting that Biden will run for reelection again, essentially putting off all of the controversy until the voters have a chance to chime in.

It’s a slick trick, that’s for sure, but the latest polling among Democrats now shows why this is a terrible idea.

Just over one-third of Democrats want to see President Joe Biden as the candidate on the 2024 Democrat presidential ticket, an I&I/TIPP poll released Monday found.

The survey asked respondents, “Who do you want to see run for president on the Democratic ticket in 2024?”

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Overall, 22 percent said Biden, followed by 12 percent who said Vice President Kamala Harris, four percent who said Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, and three percent who said Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Rep. Joe Kennedy (D-MA), and Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. The remaining potential candidates garnered two percent support or less. Thirty-one percent, overall, say they are unsure.

It gets worse…

Even among Democrats, specifically, Biden fails to see overwhelming support, as only 37 percent say they want to see him run again on the Democrat ticket in the next presidential election cycle. Another 16 percent of Democrats chose Harris, and 13 percent, overall, remain unsure.

37 percent of independents say they are “not sure” who they want to see run on the Democrat ticket, but only eight percent say it should be Biden.

And then, in a troubling blow to Biden’s perceived ability to snatch up votes in the political middle, only 8% of independents said that they were in favor of Biden running again.

US President Joe Biden’s approval ratings are abysmal.  They’re so terrible, in fact, that the White House really has no way of denying it any longer.  Instead, they’ve turned to a strategy of simply suggesting that Biden will run for reelection again, essentially putting off all of the controversy until the voters have a chance to chime in. It’s a slick trick, that’s for sure, but the latest polling among Democrats now shows why this is a terrible idea. Just over one-third of Democrats want to see President Joe Biden as the candidate on the 2024 Democrat presidential ticket, an I&I/TIPP poll released Monday found. The survey asked respondents, “Who do you want to see run for president on the Democratic ticket in 2024?” Overall, 22 percent said Biden, followed by 12 percent who said Vice President Kamala Harris, four percent who said Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, and three percent who said Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Rep. Joe Kennedy (D-MA), and Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. The remaining potential candidates garnered two percent support or less. Thirty-one percent, overall, say they are unsure. It gets worse… Even among Democrats, specifically, Biden fails to see overwhelming support, as only 37 percent say they want to see him run again on the Democrat ticket in the next presidential election cycle. Another 16 percent of Democrats chose Harris, and 13 percent, overall, remain unsure. 37 percent of independents say they are “not sure” who they want to see run on the Democrat ticket, but only eight percent say it should be Biden. And then, in a troubling blow to Biden’s perceived ability to snatch up votes in the political middle, only 8% of independents said that they were in favor of Biden running again.

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