Very well known Exeweb poster
- Nov 28, 2006
Not really. The Anti-Trump sentiment has been there from day 1. Can't say it's much stronger today than it was 4 years ago.You sense the Anti-Trump sentiment is stronger than Pro-Biden, that's what it could boil down to in this election.
What I'm saying is the Pro-Biden sentiment is not much stronger than the Pro-Hilary sentiment. OK, he's got the nice guy thing going on, especially when compared to the booeyman that is Trump, but is that good enough to override the old senile great uncle image? It's all about GTVO - getting the vote out. Will voters be queuing round the block for a fusty old white guy? I guess we'll soon find out.
Obama's polling might not have been much more than Romney's, but again Obama was the one that enthused over a rather pallid Romney. The same happened in 2008 but to a larger degree.