- Only about 20 percent Americans pay close attention to politics according to the American National Election Survey (ANES) and they tend to the most committed conservatives or liberals.
- 30 perent of the electorate does not have a good sense of where Republicans and Democrats stand on the most fundamental issue of reducing spending or adding more services (ANES).
- In mid-May, 80 percent of Trump voters told YouGov that they see criticism of Mr. Trump as an attack on “people like me”.
- 16 percent of Clinton voters and 24 percent of Trump voters are not sure which party is more conservative according to ANES.
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Donald Trump’s Fancy Cars
People love to collect cars. Old cars, new cars, red cars, and blue cars, it doesn’t really matter, when they have the financial means to do so, they can invest in some pretty fabulous hot rods and luxury vehicles. One of those collectors who has billions of dollars to splurge…
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