A NBC Wall Street Journal poll
shows Americans aren’t comfortable voting for a businessman who runs as an Independent in the 2020 race for president.
shows that only 42% of voters are comfortable voting for a businessman who runs as an Independent.
That 42% rating places the businessman
below the regular white men, black folks, the women folks, the LGBTQs, Independents who don’t own a business, the young folks under 40, and the church going Evangelical Christian folks.
The only groups of folks a businessman who runs as an Independent
has a chance of beating are the Muslims, ol’ folks over 75, and the socialists.
This is bad news for the self-made billionaire and former CEO of Starbucks Howard Schultz who believes he’s the best option for voters who don’t like Donald Trump or the 14 Democrats who are running to take Donald Trump’s government job as president of the United States.
Another billionaire, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, thought about running as an Independent but he was like, “I’m not throwing my money at bad.”
The “bad” being using millions from his billions to get a six-figure government job that he and all the other businessmen who run on the Independent ticket won’t ever get.