A Rasmussen poll, which includes the day after the presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden, indicates that 56% of participants expect President Trump to win re-election.  

“Regardless of whom they personally support, 56 percent of Americans expect Trump to prevail over Biden in the November election, while 40 percent think Biden will win,” reported Gallup News on Oct. 1. 

This result is by far the most superior. 

“Republicans are more likely to believe that Trump will win (90%) than Democrats who think Biden will win (73 percent),” Gallup added, confirming the well-defined enthusiasm that characterizes Trump’s supporters, as opposed to Biden’s supporters, who are 17 points behind.

This Gallup poll also highlights the fact that 94% of those surveyed approve of Trump’s performance. Approval of the economy is 54%, which is the highest percentage for the president’s work.                                                                 

The five-day polling period also included the first night after the debate and all the results indicate President Trump as the overall winner of the exchange over Biden.

The results released by C-SPAN give President Trump 69%, while Biden is relegated to 19%, with a 50-point difference for respective performance in the Sept. 29 debate. 

The debate attracted 73.1 million viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research. However, viewers were not impressed by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace, who was heavily criticized for acting on Biden’s behalf.

The election to be held on Nov. 3 has charged the nation to be very vocal about the outcome, due to the irregularities that frequently appear.

Tom Fitton, the president of Judicial Watch, an organization that promotes transparency in politics and law, published one of the many cases that threaten good performance on Election Day.

In his tweet, Brandt reported that one of his friends received eight ballots, none of which were addressed to the current resident of the apartment. 

“That the Department of Justice allowed this to happen is outrageous,” tweeted Fitton as he forwarded another tweet from Senate Republican National Committee press secretary Nathan Brand.