After watching primaries in ten states, the GOP is preparing for a major boost in its voter turnout for 2022. Republicans are enthusiastic about voting, and have come out in far greater numbers than during the last mid-term election in 2018.
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John Couvillon, founder of JMC Analytics & Polling, analyzed recent voter turnout in 2022 primary elections and found numbers that will make Republican candidates ecstatic.
PARTISAN PRIMARY TURNOUT, 2022 v 2018
Now we have a sample of 10 states.
Overall turnout up 21% (and 2018 was a high turnout year); Dem turnout +3%, Rep turnout +38%
The Republican % of the vote went from 53 to 60% of the electorate.
— John Couvillon (@WinWithJMC) May 18, 2022
According to Couvillon, Republican voter turnout was higher in every state primary so far, and the increase was greater than that of Democratic voters in all states but one, Oregon.
In North Carolina, over 100% more voters turned out for the GOP primary, while in battleground state Pennsylvania, 63% more Republicans voted.
Along the way, many of the candidates endorsed by President Donald Trump have won their primaries, and are preparing to run on his America First principles.
Action Line: A major boost in turnout could work like a secret weapon for the GOP in 2022. No doubt it’s driven by the fury of Americans who are angry at politicians who kept them locked down, drove inflation sky high, and want to raise their taxes. Please bookmark www.YourSurvivalGuy.com so you can check back each day for information on the 2022 primaries, and more.
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