By Harry S. Dent Jr., Senior Editor, Economy & Markets
November looks to provide U.S. voters with the two most polarizing and hated candidates for presidency we’ve ever seen.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are approaching this year’s election with the worst nominee approval ratings for either party since 1992!
These ratings are SO unfavorable that we have to question what’s driving the popularity of a candidate like Donald Trump. What thrusts a man like that to the forefront of the Republican Party?
Simple… we, the people.
We’re witnessing a voter-revolt against the rich and the establishment.
The voters will be heard because they’re angry and want change!
With the deep-rooted dissatisfaction that’s spread among a large portion of our country’s middle class and the rising economic turmoil, Trump’s shot at the oval office suddenly looks realistic.
American workers are sick of losing their jobs to other countries and watching the few remaining U.S. jobs get snatched up by low-wage immigrants.
The vanishing middle class continues to lose ground. This makes outspoken Donald Trump a welcome advocate… and a very viable presidential candidate.
While the most current Pivit polls point to Hillary winning the presidency, this revolt will charge on, meaning Trump will continue to pose a legitimate threat… and his stock is only on the rise.
Our latest infographic below shows why Trump may be America’s contender…
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Infographic created by: Danny Sherbun, Dent Research