Posted originally on the conservative tree house on February 16, 2021 by Sundance
A hot-button topic now has some interesting polling data from Gallup [pdf result here]. The poll shows that more Americans want a third party option than ever before in the two-decades of polling. Given the very visible exposure of the UniParty, two wings of the same vulture club in Washington DC, this does not come as a surprise.
Gallup – […] Independents are usually much more likely than Republicans or Democrats to favor a third political party, but in the current poll, Republicans are nearly as likely as independents to hold this view, 63% to 70%. That represents a dramatic shift for Republicans since last September when 40% favored a third party.
Republicans’ current level of support for a third party is also the highest Gallup has measured for Republicans or Democrats in Gallup’s trend. The previous high was 54% for Democrats in 2018. Currently, 46% of Democrats endorse a third party, down from 52% in September. (read more)
Obviously there is a lot to contemplate on this issue. However, one of the key points to the formation of a third party is a cleansing of the state-by-state political apparatus.
As previously mentioned – If President Trump takes that army into a new political party of his choosing, that new party is structurally set to lay waste to any candidate within both wings of the Democrat and Republican assembly. A Trump inspired new political party can wipe out the illusion of the Democrat/Republican two-party system; specifically because much of the Trump movement consists of former democrats and brand new voters.
The MAGA coalition is the most diverse, widest and deepest part of the entire American electorate. President Trump’s army consists of every creed, color, race, gender, ethnicity and orientation. It is a truly color-blind coalition of middle America patriots and middle-class voters that cuts through the political special interest groups. (more)