New poll shows Penn. voters think ‘Philly Phanatic’ is more qualified than Trump
A recent survey found that Donald Trump may have difficulty winning over the Philadelphia Phillies fan demographic.
An additional 14 percent said they weren’t sure who’d be better in the match-up.
The polling company surveyed just over 1,100 registered voters between June 3 and June 5.
Philly.com reports PPP takes a “liberal slant” but was the most accurate in predicting the 2012 election outcome.
The poll shows Trump’s rival, Hillary Clinton, about even with him in a head-to-head match-up in the state. Clinton gains two points against Trump in a scenario in which he chooses Rick Santorum as his running mate, though.
Trump may have mistaken the pollsters for a trade pact during a speech this week, when an audience member shouted “No TPP,” meaning “No Trans-Pacific Partnership.”
Or maybe not.
According to the New Yorker, Trump responded, “No PPP. You’re right about that.” Then he said, “And you mean, no pee-pee.”