Liberals like to portray themselves as the party of the working man, or the “little guy.” That’s why they constantly call for higher taxes on “the rich” (though when you look at the details, they usually want to raise taxes on everyone). This election has changed that, however.
It’s Donald Trump who has portrayed himself as the working man’s candidate – and admittedly, he’s probably the world’s first populist with a butler! On the other hand, we have Hillary Clinton, whose largest set of donors comes from the financial industry.
As Bernie Sanders pointed out during the Democrat primary, Hillary has earned herself tens of millions of dollars in speaking fees from Wall Street – and we all know she’ll never release those transcripts showing what she talked about.
Does anyone find it a bit suspicious that a career politician racked up a net worth in the hundreds of millions of dollars throughout her career? Most people do – and that’s why Hillary is the candidate of Wall Street – and Trump is the candidate of the working man.
A poll surveying small business owners found that they prefer Donald Trump over his opponent, Hillary Clinton.
Mantra, which is a social network specifically for small business, conducted a nationwide poll surveying 834 business owners from Sept. 26 to Sept. 28. The poll found 58.7 percent thought Trump won the first presidential debate while 41.3 percent said Clinton won.
The poll also asked the small business owners which candidate’s tax policy they found most favorable. Sixty-one percent said they thought Trump’s tax plan was the most favorable, while 38.8 percent favored Clinton’s tax policy.
Nearly 60 percent of those surveyed said they plan to vote for Trump, while roughly 40 percent said they plan to vote for Clinton.
Mantra’s CEO John Swanciger said that small business owners are “high invested” in the election.
“This year alone, we’ve seen updates to the minimum wage, overtime regulations, and continuing healthcare policy changes. With such important issues on the line, we’ll likely see more small business owners tuning into the debates and showing up to polls come Nov. 8.,” Swanciger explained.
To be honest, I’m surprised ANY small business owners will be voting for Hillary.
And while small business owners support Trump, Wall Street overwhelming supports Hillary:
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