Former upstart Democratic Party presidential candidate Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke is now polling at the very bottom of the list of primary candidates in the state of Nevada.
A Gravis Marketing poll taken among Nevada voters last week shows the candidate at 0% in the state, trailing the entire primary field:
#Nevada @GravisMarketing Poll 8/14-16):
de Blasio 2%
— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) August 20, 2019
O’Rourke is not doing much better in national polls.
A YouGov/Economist poll has him at 3% nationally:
2020 National Democratic Primary:
de Blasio 1%
Yang 1%@YouGovUS/@TheEconomist RV, 8/17-20https://t.co/CywR1rp3gZ
— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) August 21, 2019
Rest assured, though, O’Rourke is working to address the issues that really matter to ordinary Americans – namely, calling them all racists.
“Our country was founded on racism – and is still racist today,” O’Rourke said on Twitter. “In Arkansas, I said why I believe there’s no denying this reality; why it’s on all of us to change it.”
He attached a video of himself speaking in Arkansas.
Our country was founded on racism—and is still racist today. In Arkansas, I said why I believe there’s no denying this reality; and why it’s on all of us to change it. pic.twitter.com/cHLKmCMGEB
— Beto O'Rourke (@BetoORourke) August 18, 2019
While O’Rourke’s statements on racism are both stunning and brave, they don’t seem to be resonating with voters.
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