33 minutes | Jun 19th 2020

The Zogby Report: Real and Unscripted (Episode 24) 06.19.2020

Welcome to Episode 24 and what a week it’s been.

Today on the podcast we’ll have the latest on the presidential contest with some brand new national polling data as well as insights from our poll of 18-29 year olds. Nationally, Biden is leading Trump by 13% and in many battleground states. And in our own poll of 18-29 year olds, though Biden leads Trump we see that there is still large percentage of respondents who could change their mind between now and the election.

We’ll also share our thoughts on a very interesting book by author Kirkpatrick Sale – The Collapse of 2020. In it he outlines 3 areas of collapse (political, ecological, and economic) and we’ll debate the merits of each.

Lastly, be sure to download the latest Main St./K St. IntelligenSEER report. The report is full of insights from our polling data that reveal clues as to where our country is headed. The first two issues are available now.

As always, we love you comments thoughts. Be sure to subscribe and share with your own network. Have a great week.

John Zogby Strategies · The Zogby Report | 06/19/20 – Election Update & The Collapse of 2020

SHOW NOTES:

00:54 – Election Update
In our latest poll we show Biden leading Trump by 13% and in our special poll conducted with Forbes we’re show Biden hitting the magic number of 60% of support against Trump’s support (31%). Nationally Biden is leading by approx 8-9% and in a number of battleground states.

07:44 – Young People Agree to Disagree
We’ll talk about some very interesting results of our latest poll of 18-29 year olds where we find areas of both agreement, and disagreement on topics such as systemic racism, police brutality, and the Confederate Flag.

17:45 – The Collapse of 2020 (book)
We both have a brief review and commentary on “The Collapse of 2020” a book by author Kirkpatrick Sale. The author outlines 3 areas of collapse – Ecological, Political and Economic. It’s a very quick read with some important thoughts.

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