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Coronavirus, protests and Trump’s re-election chances - Shared screen with speaker view
Agathe Demarais
04:59
Hello everyone and welcome; thanks for joining us todayThe webinar will start in ten minutes
Agathe Demarais
13:30
Hello everyone. Thanks for joining us.The webinar will start in a couple of minutes.
John Sandvig
15:37
Once we start, do you want Qs posted here or in the Q&A space?
Karl Eguiluz
22:14
Hello, what do you think about the factor of eventual low turnout to vote because of the perception that the result is so predictably favorable for Mr. Biden?
Gerd Nonneman
26:13
… especially with that turn-out possibly actively repressed further by the administration’s actions?
Steen Thaarup
29:21
it takes a magnifying glass to find the differences in disapproval rates of Republicans and Independents
Peter Catterall
31:53
You know the Republicans are in trouble when Texas appears to be in play
John Sandvig
35:05
How will Black Lives Matter issues affect the election?
John Sandvig
36:34
Can Joe get away with remaining in his basement bunker and let Trump self-destruct?
Doris McNeill
36:50
The Trump base will certainly vote. And that is exactly why everyone must vote in this election if Biden is to win.
Carol Moore
37:11
How important is Biden's choice of VP in calculating independents and undecideds?
Sharon Margetson
37:59
What about voting access - universal mail in voting?
Brigitte SAIZ
38:41
How do you see voting intention in the young population?
Claudio Niada
38:54
Biden is not going to win.Trump is going to loose
Henry Blaufox
39:08
Sandvig, if the radical nihilist aspects continue to grow in prominence and local governments (in predominantly left wing states) don't put this down, expect enough '"swing" voters in then middle to vote for public safety first - that puts them in the Trump camp. EIU doesn't seem to be looking at this.
John Sandvig
40:08
Are polls a better indicator this time than in 2016? There is evidence many voters did not reveal their intention to vote for Trump.
Doris McNeill
43:25
Biden will need to choose a moderate as VP. E. Warren may be too extreme for swing voters.
Micheal guirguis
44:24
need to have VP that brings the middle and moderate republicans
JOÃO EDUARDO DE ALENCAR
45:48
Do you think that a silent fear of China power can help the more agressive Trump?
Micheal guirguis
48:19
I would say yes- any nation it’s push is a pro trump push
Micheal guirguis
49:10
*any nationalistic push pro trump
Hardeep Singh
52:29
Do you think Trump's response to WHO funding will also impact the voters against him?
William Lawton
54:43
Hello from England. I never thought I would hear a serious discussion about the possibility of Trump refusing to leave office if he loses.
JOÃO EDUARDO DE ALENCAR
55:44
I never thought I would see an american president joking after each estatement
Micheal guirguis
55:48
the fact that we are not dismissing the possibility of of trump not leaving even if he looses is a sign of the extent of loss of faith in American democracy and the nation as a whole. the fall of an empire