Despite dwindling support among much of his base, recent polling shows that President Trump remains popular among voters without access to television, radio, newspapers and the internet.

“People who can’t see or hear Donald Trump, generally have a better opinion of him,” said John Kelly, a Visiting Fellow of Gerrymandering at the National Academy of Science and Things. “If we could just keep more voters away from learning anything about who Trump is as a person or what he is doing as President of the United States, I’d predict a landslide reelection in 2020.”

An eclectic mix, these Trump supporters are primarily found in regions of the US without cellular service. GOP operatives are already strategizing about how to reach these voters in 2020, but to date have not been able to use their GPS to actually find any.

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