Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Massive Increase Of Millions In Republican Voters At The Polls Due To Donald Trump (8,7000,000)

Donald Trump
Controversial Republican candidate, Donald Trump, has sparked a massive voter increase in the U.S. primaries. Over 8,700,000 more voters have hit the polls during the primaries, casting votes as apart of the 2016 presidential election process. This could spell real trouble for the Democrats, as candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton duke it out to become their party's official candidate. Trump and fellow Republican, Ted Cruz, have been battling to become their party's candidate. Trump holds a massive lead in the process.

Donald Trump kissing a black baby
Trump has emerged as a very divisive figure. However, what he is using to draw people to the polls is American born citizens discontent with the direction the country has taken over the past 7-years under President Barack Obama, due to wild spending that has sent the deficit skyrocketing, as well as an unconstitutional lack of personal freedoms. Trump has been trying to tone down some of his racist rhetoric, in posing for photos with black babies and running campaign commercials featuring blacks and Hispanics.


Exclusive Data Analysis: GOP Primary Turnout Up 8.7 Million Votes, More Than 60 Percent in 2016 Versus 2012

Apr 2016 - Newly compiled data after the New York Republican primary shows that among the states that have voted so far in 2016, GOP primary and caucus turnout is up well more than 8 million votes and well more than 60 percent over 2012’s process. Top GOP officials say that the intense interest in the GOP primary throughout the year so far only serves to benefit the Republican nominee in November, whoever it ends up being.

In total, so far, nationwide the GOP has seen an increase of 8,719,041 votes in 2016’s primaries, caucuses and conventions over 2012’s primaries, caucuses and conventions. In 2012, 14,452,500 people voted in each of the states and territories that have held contests so far in 2016. In 2016, 23,171,541 people have voted in the GOP contests so far. That is a 60.33 percent increase in GOP contest turnout in just four years. 

Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus reacted to the news in an exclusive comment to Breitbart News saying that voters are flocking to the GOP after a bad past eight years with Democratic President Barack Obama because they know Democrat Hillary Clinton as president would be “disastrous.” 

“After eight years of Barack Obama, voters throughout the country know that four years of Hillary Clinton would be disastrous,” Priebus said in an email. “Almost to a state, we are seeing record turnout because voters know it’s the Republican Party that has the ideas and solutions that will move America in the right direction.”...