Soltis Anderson: ‘Pretty Overblown’ This Idea of a Hidden Trump Vote

‘I think given that Trump is down by four or five points in national polls, it’s hard to see that big of a swing from a hidden Trump vote’

ANDERSON: "I think it’s pretty overblown. I think if you look at reports of campaigns going back over decades, people will always point to things like large turnouts at rallies and say, we’ve got a lot more going on here than the polls suggest. There are more supporters and more momentum. The problem is there’s no way to have evidence that proves that this missing Trump voter does exist. So, we can’t really know. I think given that Trump is down by four or five points in national polls, it’s hard to see that big of a swing from a hidden Trump vote."

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