This One Little Nugget From CNN's VA Exit Polling Should Scare Dems 

The VA election continues to dominate headlines days later. It’s no wonder. It was a big deal and a very big blow to the Democrats. This was a race that they had banked on winning. And for a while, it looked like they might pull it out. But then President Trump stepped in and made MAGA a part of it and McAuliffe turned his campaign into a “war” on parents. I really don’t know why Dems thought it was a good idea to paint concerned parents like “racists” and “Nazis,” I guess it’s their “go-to” plan, and it worked in the long-ago past, so they just can’t let it go.


Needless to say, it didn’t work.

It was such a backfire, that CNN’s exit polling showed a really interesting little tidbit… something that should really scare Dems, deeply and profoundly.

Western Journal reported that Virginia Gov.-elect Glenn Youngkin continues to dominate the headlines following his victory on Tuesday night, and it looks like young voters may have helped him win the competitive race against Democrat Terry McAuliffe.

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A CNN exit poll with 3,899 respondents showed 45 percent support for Youngkin among 18- to 29-year-olds, and 53 percent for McAuliffe.

Although Youngkin did not win the demographic, it is significant for a Republican candidate to have so much success in that age group, which tends to overwhelmingly favor Democrats.

Check it out:

Now, Republicans shouldn’t go crazy and think they’ll be taking the “youth” vote in a big way anytime soon, because that’s not going to happen.

Sure, they can try to build on this, but mainly what this means right now, is a dire situation for Dems. They’re not connecting with a huge portion of their base.

And this part of their base is the most open to their “radical agenda” and something is falling flat.


My guess would be the old, senile buffoon in the White House and his lumbering goofy pal, Terry.

There is nothing even remotely “youthful” about either of them.

If you were young, would you vote for this?

Of course, you wouldn’t, and that’s why so many young folks stayed home.

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