Carson: The Polls Don’t Measure Enthusiasm

‘There’s this narrative out there that, if you like Trump, you’re a racist, and it’s just not true’

CARSON: "Remember, there are things that the polls don’t measure, like enthusiasm -- that's a big one. And they also don’t measure the fact that a lot of people when you ask them who they’re going to vote for, they’re reluctant to say Trump because they don’t want to be branded a racist. And you know, there’s this narrative out there that if you like Trump, you’re a racist, and it’s just not true, of course."    
 

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