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United States Election 2020: Amy Coney Barrett? Next Judge Black Woman? Trump's Authority to replace Ginsberg NOW? 9-15 seats on US Supreme Court?
  Sep 29, 2020

Question #1
Would you reject President Trumpís nomination of a Catholic woman of very high intellect and legal expertise, a mother of 7 young children on the basis of her religion?
Yes    23 %
No    77 %
Question #2
How important is it that Democratic candidate for U.S. President Joe Biden replaces the next available seat on the U.S. Supreme Court with an African American woman?
Itís Not Important to Me    76 %
Itís Important to Me    24 %
Question #3
In your opinion does the President have the right and legal authority to replace recently deceased U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ginsberg with another Judge before the next US Election?
Yes    68 %
No    32 %
Question #4
Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee for President of the United States to replace Donald Trump the current U.S. President wants to increase the number of U.S. Supreme Court Justices from 9-15. Do you favour this dramatic change?
Yes    35 %
No    65 %
Commentary
Margin of Error to Survey - not random @ under (1%).
Data from the following U.S. States was involved in the Production of This RSR ROBBINS PLatinum Poll: California, Texas, Florida, New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Ohio, Georgia, North Carolina, Michigan, Virginia, Washington, Arizona, Massachusetts, Indiana, Tennessee, Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Colorado.
Question 1- Would you reject President Trumpís nomination of a Catholic woman of very high intellect and legal expertise, a mother of 7 young children on the basis of her religion?
By Race/State, 7 Highest Percent. Highest ďYesĒ 1. New York (55%) African American 2. Illinois (50%) African American, 3. Florida (38%) African American, 4. Pennsylvania (32%) African American; New York (32%) Asian; 5. North Carolina (31%) African American; 6. Texas (30%) African American 7. Washington (27%) African American, (27%) Asian; Florida (27%) Asian.
Respondents were challenged on their true opinion on the matter of a Judicial nominee to the US Supreme Court who is a well known Catholic. We pushed the positives and attempted to use the nominees many children as something positive, with indirect causal inference upon legal issues on the table particularly relating to abortion. She permitted all of her children to live as it were.
If you subtract the hyperbolic cable and mainstream news - there are only just less than one in four Americans for whom religion is a bar to their support of the nominee Amy Coney Barrett. The highest rejections came from States possessing large to relatively large Black populations. All other races including White, Hispanic and Asian in higher majority would not bar Mademoiselle Bennett from the US Supreme Court based on her faith.
Judge Amy Coney Barrettís religious faith is not an issue for an overwhelming majority of Americans - even if we did put a little sizzle on the steak (as it were).
Question #2 How important is it that Democratic candidate for U.S. President Joe Biden replaces the next available seat on the U.S. Supreme Court with an African American woman?
Top 7 Important that Biden replaces next Ďseatí on Supreme Court with African American woman: New York (32%), 2. North Carolina (30%), 3. Illinois (30%), 4. Colorado (28%), 5. Massachusetts (27%), 6. Pennsylvania (26%), 7. Georgia & Washington (25%).
Only one in four Americans find that it is important to them that the Democratic nominee replaces the next open seat on the US Supreme Court with an African American woman.
My spider sense is the Democrats are afraid of losing minorities right and left to Trump, including the Black voter - African American woman the core support of the party. Hispanic and Asian respondents pushed back harder than Whites on this question.
Question #3 In your opinion does the President have the right and legal authority to replace recently deceased U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ginsberg with another Judge before the next US Election?
ďYesĒ: 1. Wisconsin (82%), 2. Missouri (82%), 3. Florida/Ohio (80%), 4. Texas, Indiana, Minnesota (75%), 5. Massachusetts (70%), 6. Tennessee (68%), Virginia (65%), 7. Arizona & Washington (64%), 8. California (62%), 9. Michigan (61%), 10. North Carolina (58%), 11. Maryland (56%), 12. New York, Pennsylvania & Georgia (55%), 13. Illinois (49%).
Question 3 and 4 have special design to them. We had intended to have one question for Trump and one for Biden. However we added a wrinkle, by not using President Trumpís title and surname but the rather simply just the title.
Just look at those numbers we rooted out - Wisconsin - Florida - Ohio - Minnesota - Arizona - Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia - Illinois - California - even New York State.
This polling question outcome is very important to predicting the race. President has a job to do, and does it, Americans see him doing it everyday. One of these jobs is keeping the US Supreme Court full. Covid really lights a fire under the Nike slogan Just Do It. American Voters see President Trump as a guy who does it - not always pretty - I donít really think Americans are too concerned about Trumpís nuance.
Joe Biden does not seem to be working at all. No amount of silly mass East Coast Media cover up and non Kosher lipstick can improve the reality Biden faces from the Voter. They donít believe he can step into the job of President. President Trump is seen as very strong and energetic and Joe Biden isnít.
Question #4 Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee for President of the United States to replace Donald Trump the current U.S. President wants to increase the number of U.S. Supreme Court Justices from 9-15. Do you favour this dramatic change?
Illinois (51%), 2. Maryland (46%), 3. New York & Massachusetts (42%), 4. California (41%), 5. Florida (35%), 6. Pennsylvania & North Carolina (34%), 7. Arizona (33%).
This issue of those canvassed in this poll - which will frame a large percentage of news going down the Election stretch - might have been a better one for the Democrats to start with, but they get so nuts about getting at Trump - no action they take seems measured and thoughtful, always more reactive. I doubt if the mainstream media is going to come to the grey matter garden to determine the reality of the American Voter 2020 - and expect it will simply continue to construct narratives they like and that work for them.
For the record I still see Trump ahead of Biden by six points based on 100% must to either or. For the record the mainstream press has Biden ahead by a similar amount. This mornings poll on Fox News asserted that there was only 4-6% room for voter change of mind. That would mean that based on logical inference that the mainstream is declaring US President Trump with loser in November 2020 - and to be fair - there is now no way out for them using real political science.
Biden has his best followings historically in rural regions - that Trump also succeeds in. Biden wonít be taking that vote from Trump and Trump will increase his size in larger more populous Counties.
Once again, stunned if Trump doesnít win huge College. My data shows a Tsunami win.
Glen P. Robbins
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