According to a nationwide poll of 373,000 participants, they predict that the re-election of President Donald Trump will be absolute, in 49 of 50 states.

Pollster, Draft Kings sent a tweet to which it attached the map of the United States. It highlights the lonely state of Colorado, where Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden would win.

In the middle of the large red extension, the state of Colorado stands out, in blue, these are the emblematic colors of the Democratic and Republican parties.

Based on the most recent reports, Republicans far outnumber Democrats in early voting particularly youth and African Americans are the population groups that stand out most in President Trump’s favor.

Even some Democratic state leaders have raised the alarm about this. 

So did Sen. Oscar Braynon (D-Fla.) one of the most crucial to the final results. 

“There is not the turnout here [Miami] in the black community that I’ve seen in the past,” he said, according to Politico. “I can speculate about the reasons, but the fact is, it remains concerning,” Braynon stressed

Because President Trump is not a typical politician, his elections are not typical either, according to some analysts.

Thousands of those registered for his recent rallies are “non-Republicans” and did not vote in 2016, according to Republican National Committee Chairman Ronna McDaniel, Breitbart said.

In fact, their massive rallies are brimming with enthusiasm and the number of attendees is reaching record numbers, as in Pennsylvania with 57,000. 

By contrast, Biden’s show only a few dozen people, seemingly uncompromising judging by their apathy.

The Democrats are burdened with a couple of situations that have played against them, one of which is their tendency to the radical left, which brings them closer to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), and the cognitive and physical deficiencies revealed by their candidate, Joe Biden. 

In one of the most recent acts with just a touch of his wife Jill, Biden almost fell, as shown in a short video provided by the Trump campaign, in a tweet. 

“WATCH: Joe Biden nearly falls over after being startled by Jill. Then he got angry.”

Presumably knowing the name of who will occupy the Oval Office will take a few days longer than usual given the abundance of mail-in voting.

In the meantime, President Trump sent a message of thanks to the Americans at 2 a.m. on Nov. 3. 

“To all of our supporters: thank you from the bottom of my heart,” Trump wrote at 2 a.m. on Nov. 3, the day the presidential election closes.

“You have been there from the beginning, and I will never let you down. Your hopes are my hopes, your dreams are my dreams, and your future is what I am fighting for every single day!” he added.