A memo released by a pollster describes new Democrat voters as “not hearing enough about what Democrats have accomplished” and having “trouble describing a clear positive vision” for their party.
The memo comes after the leftist Lake Research Partners conducted focus groups of swing and surge voters in battleground congressional districts. NBC News, who first obtained the document, reported the memo was at the request of Congressional Progressive Caucus PAC.
“Most voters have trouble describing a clear positive vision of what the Democratic Party stands for,” the memo said, noting that new Democrat voters did not vote for Democrats but voted against Trump and Republicans.
Another key finding from the memo is “Voters are not hearing enough about what Democrats have accomplished, what they are fighting to accomplish, and how they are standing up for voters’ values and priorities.”
Lake Research said not having former President Donald Trump on the ballot