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Three states, including two big ones for the 2020 election, just set new lows for unemployment

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But the polls from the mainstream media and academia have President Trump down by double digits to Sleepy Creepy Joe Biden in states such as booming Pennsylvania. Makes perfect sense. In the state of Pennsylvania President Trump can attract thousands of people to his  rallies, while Joe Biden has difficulty filling a gymnasium. The anti-Trump polls are as fake as a segment from CNN.

Three states, including two big ones for the 2020 election, just set new lows for unemployment

CNBC News, Jeff Cox, May 18, 2019:

At a time when the national unemployment rate is at its lowest in nearly half a century, three states have set all-time records.

Vermont’s lowest-in-the-nation 2.2% jobless rate represents a new historic mark for the Green Mountain state, according to a report Friday from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Along with the new low for Vermont, Pennsylvania at 3.8% and Wisconsin’s 2.8% set new standards for state unemployment as indicated by records that go back to 1976. Pennsylvania and Wisconsin’s fortunes are significant in that they will be key swing states in the 2020 election, during which the economy’s performance under President Donald Trump will be a critical issue.

The trends come the same month that the U.S. rate fell to 3.6%, its lowest reading since December 1969.

That national decline came amid a fall in the labor force participation rate, which pushes the headline number lower. However, a more encompassing gauge that also includes discouraged workers, the underemployed and those considered marginally attached to the labor force also held at 7.3%, an 18-year low.

 

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