Fox News host Laura Ingraham has an idea for how Trump could close the polling gap between himself and Biden with women.
On her show Tuesday evening, Ingraham mentioned a new poll from the New York Times which shows Biden leading Trump by 23 percentage points among women.
“If that poll is anywhere near accurate, the president would have a hard time closing that gap with women but he could narrow it,” said Ingraham, who added that many media members and public health authorities have “frightened and misled” women across the country about the nature of COVID-19.
“They are afraid the kids will go to school and they will get sick or they will bring sickness back to their own communities and back to their own homes,” she said, “when any honest adult knows virtual learning is a train wreck for almost every kid out there, especially for those who are poor.
She continued by saying “but Biden and his handlers don’t care about the kids…They keep concerning themselves with that their political allies think. The teacher’s union. They need to keep them happy.”
While the recent New York Times poll showed the 23 percent polling gender gap there is some good news for President Trump.
In late September Washington Post/ABC News released a poll showing Trump trailing Biden with women by 31%. However, two weeks they released a poll showing Trump trending in the right direction. Trump narrowed Biden’s advantage with women to 23% in two weeks nationally. If the trend continues Trump will be well-positioned come election day.