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picture-499-1429718982.jpg?itok=r29Q8kE2 By Craig Bannister | December 5, 2019 | 1:07pm EST
 
 
 
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On Thursday – the same day House Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announced Democrats will proceed with articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump – the president’s approval jumped to 52%, its highest level in more than two months.

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Thursday shows that 52% of likely U.S. voters approve of President Trump’s job performance, while 47% disapprove. This represents a three percentage point improvement from the previous day, when 49% approved and 50% disapproved.

At 52%, Trump’s approval is the highest daily number since September 24th of this year (53% approved, 45% disapproved).

 

Thursday’s 52% approval was driven by men voicing strong approval of Trump (59%-40%). More women disapproved (53%) of the president than approved (46%).

Only 31% of black likely voters voiced approval of Trump on Thursday, as 67% disapproved. But, 61% of all other minority voters approved of Trump, while only 38% disapproved. Trump’s approval was also net positive among white voters (53%-46%).

 

Hey-- beaner-stick that up your asss and chew on it a while. 

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5 minutes ago, TrumpBGoneSoon said:

You used Rasmussen.  :D

CNN is FAKE NEWS...LOL!

 

Rasmussen Reports does just that. As an aside, Rasmussen was one of the most accurate pollsters in predicting the outcome of the 2016 presidential election. Rasmussen has a Daily Presidential Tracking Poll of likely, not simply registered, voters, creating a more valid survey sample given that half of eligible voters don’t even vote.

On September 10, the total approval number for Trump was 47 percent, compared to 42 percent for Obama exactly eight years ago, the same point in both presidencies. And we know who easily won reelection in 2012.

Is CNN honestly reporting their poll results, based on the confounding factors noted above? Or are they pushing a narrative, trying to create their desired electoral outcome? From their article reporting the poll, “Trump's approval ratings for handling major issues are largely stagnant, with what little movement there is heading in the wrong direction for the President.”

Democrats, and their media handlers, have learned little since 2016 when their polls all predicted a Hillary Clinton landslide, even on Election Day. Representative Jerry Nadler is pushing impeachment when only 21 percent of voters support going in this direction.

It’s interesting that the media touts polls which support their agenda or their wishful thinking, ignoring any contradictory information. For example, the media pays little attention to Rasmussen polls showing Trump support among black voters hovering around 30 percent last month.

Or a Zogby poll from last month with this result, “Trump's approval rating has improved with minorities: 28% of African Americans and 49% of Hispanics at least somewhat approve of the president.”

Trump enjoys 88 percent job approval among Republicans according to the recent CNN poll, but that’s not the headline.

Democrats ignore the polls they don’t like or Trump rally crowd sizes and enthusiasm at their own peril. Those who live by fake news polls may have another bad night in November 2020.

 

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/political_commentary/commentary_by_brian_joondeph/fake_news_fake_polls_cnn_edition

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Just now, Buffalo said:

CNN is FAKE NEWS...LOL!

 

Rasmussen Reports does just that. As an aside, Rasmussen was one of the most accurate pollsters in predicting the outcome of the 2016 presidential election. Rasmussen has a Daily Presidential Tracking Poll of likely, not simply registered, voters, creating a more valid survey sample given that half of eligible voters don’t even vote.

On September 10, the total approval number for Trump was 47 percent, compared to 42 percent for Obama exactly eight years ago, the same point in both presidencies. And we know who easily won reelection in 2012.

Is CNN honestly reporting their poll results, based on the confounding factors noted above? Or are they pushing a narrative, trying to create their desired electoral outcome? From their article reporting the poll, “Trump's approval ratings for handling major issues are largely stagnant, with what little movement there is heading in the wrong direction for the President.”

Democrats, and their media handlers, have learned little since 2016 when their polls all predicted a Hillary Clinton landslide, even on Election Day. Representative Jerry Nadler is pushing impeachment when only 21 percent of voters support going in this direction.

It’s interesting that the media touts polls which support their agenda or their wishful thinking, ignoring any contradictory information. For example, the media pays little attention to Rasmussen polls showing Trump support among black voters hovering around 30 percent last month.

Or a Zogby poll from last month with this result, “Trump's approval rating has improved with minorities: 28% of African Americans and 49% of Hispanics at least somewhat approve of the president.”

Trump enjoys 88 percent job approval among Republicans according to the recent CNN poll, but that’s not the headline.

Democrats ignore the polls they don’t like or Trump rally crowd sizes and enthusiasm at their own peril. Those who live by fake news polls may have another bad night in November 2020.

 

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/political_commentary/commentary_by_brian_joondeph/fake_news_fake_polls_cnn_edition

Pollster: Rasmussen Research has a pro-GOP bias

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11 minutes ago, Buffalo said:

That means that 50% do NOT want trumpy impeached or removed from office. 

CNN? Really?

 

We will out-fight them.

That is our job.                     

Have a good day, brother.                  🍹(this is my breakfast--Bloody Mary)

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1 minute ago, Taipan said:

 

We will out-fight them.

That is our job.                     

Have a good day, brother.                  🍹(this is my breakfast--Bloody Mary)

You too! Breakfast of champions!

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18 minutes ago, TrumpBGoneSoon said:

Of course CNN is biased.  I could find an online poll showing that people think Trump is an alien.  

 

 

Its been two  years... two years  since you called yourself TrumpBGoneSoon... AND HE AIN'T GONE

 

You  have embarrassed yourself  though  quite a bit in that time.  LOL

 

 

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