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« on: May 11, 2017, 12:52:57 am »

President Donald Trump is dealing with a budding scandal after his decision to fire FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday.

But even before that, he appears to have hit a new low with the American people.

A new poll from Quinnipiac University shows Trump’s disapproval rating rising to 58 percent - a new high in Quinnipiac’s regular polling and the highest in a high-quality, non-tracking poll since his inauguration. Just 36 percent approved of Trump’s job performance.
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« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2017, 12:59:29 am »

President Donald Trump is dealing with a budding scandal after his decision to fire FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday.

But even before that, he appears to have hit a new low with the American people.

A new poll from Quinnipiac University shows Trump’s disapproval rating rising to 58 percent - a new high in Quinnipiac’s regular polling and the highest in a high-quality, non-tracking poll since his inauguration. Just 36 percent approved of Trump’s job performance.

.. and we saw how accurate polls were in the 2016 election, eh?
The problem with polls is.. the polls represent only the people who are polled!  The pollsters typically only poll the people who live in high crime city centers.. where the libtards tend to live and breath like cockroaches.
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« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2017, 01:01:04 am »

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The problem with polls is.. the polls represent only the people who are polled!  The pollsters typically only poll the people who live in high crime city centers.. where the libtards tend to live and breath like cockroaches.

Spin baby Spin!
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« Reply #3 on: May 11, 2017, 01:04:43 am »

The Quinnipiac poll also shows the president’s favorable rating - more of a personal measure than a job measure - dropping to a new low of 35 percent. The percentage of Americans who strongly approve of him is tied for an all-time low at 25 percent. And the percentage who strongly disapprove has reached an all-time high of 51 percent.

Trump also his worst numbers to date - across 10 separate Q polls since the 2016 election - on the following measures:

Honesty: Just 33 percent say he is

Good leadership skills: 56 percent say he doesn’t have them

Caring about average people: 59 percent say he doesn’t

Being levelheaded: Voters say 66-29 he’s not (unlike the other numbers here, this is tied for all-time worst, not setting a new one)

Being intelligent: Voters say only 56-41 that he is

Sharing your values: Voters say 64-32 that he doesn’t

How he’s treated the news media: Voters disapprove 65-31

Whether people trust him or the media more for the truth: 57 percent media, 31 percent Trump (even 17 percent of Republicans pick the media over their president)
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« Reply #4 on: May 11, 2017, 01:33:41 am »

Hopefully no attacks or anything---manufactured by the president himself---will happen to cause a rallying effect around him. If it does, be suspicious not blind  Blind
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« Reply #5 on: May 11, 2017, 01:43:43 am »

The Quinnipiac poll also shows the president’s favorable rating - more of a personal measure than a job measure - dropping to a new low of 35 percent. The percentage of Americans who strongly approve of him is tied for an all-time low at 25 percent. And the percentage who strongly disapprove has reached an all-time high of 51 percent.

Trump also his worst numbers to date - across 10 separate Q polls since the 2016 election - on the following measures:

Honesty: Just 33 percent say he is

Good leadership skills: 56 percent say he doesn’t have them

Caring about average people: 59 percent say he doesn’t

Being levelheaded: Voters say 66-29 he’s not (unlike the other numbers here, this is tied for all-time worst, not setting a new one)

Being intelligent: Voters say only 56-41 that he is

Sharing your values: Voters say 64-32 that he doesn’t

How he’s treated the news media: Voters disapprove 65-31

Whether people trust him or the media more for the truth: 57 percent media, 31 percent Trump (even 17 percent of Republicans pick the media over their president)

himmmm....i wonder if a grandmother from New York by way of Arkansas and Illinois warned us about this. i vaguely remember someone matching that description trying....but Russia made it damn hard for us to pay attention to that. 
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« Reply #6 on: May 11, 2017, 01:51:14 am »

President Donald Trump is dealing with a budding scandal after his decision to fire FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday.

But even before that, he appears to have hit a new low with the American people.

A new poll from Quinnipiac University shows Trump’s disapproval rating rising to 58 percent - a new high in Quinnipiac’s regular polling and the highest in a high-quality, non-tracking poll since his inauguration. Just 36 percent approved of Trump’s job performance.

.. and we saw how accurate polls were in the 2016 election, eh?
The problem with polls is.. the polls represent only the people who are polled!  The pollsters typically only poll the people who live in high crime city centers.. where the libtards tend to live and breath like cockroaches.

Polls tend to be relatively accurate and Hillary did when the majority of votes. The polls did tighten closing in on the election. You see one poll and map all others the same. Trump has received the same ratings from all polls, even conservative polls poll him poorly. Is Fox News just polling "libtards"?. Should we now disregard all census data and anything that requires self-reporting? There will always be a range of accuracy when you use sample populations to divine majority sentiment but it gets you in the ball park.
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« Reply #7 on: May 11, 2017, 02:09:49 am »

Polling is still a respected science- even if it has its failings now and then. It might not have been as accurate for 2016, but it has had more than its share of accurate predictions.
Besides, just because medicine can't cure all illnesses, and people still die at hospitals doesn't mean we just junk the whole system of medical science, right? Nothing is perfect, and what polling does is provide an intelligent estimate of probabilities and trends that are supported by raw data which is still far far better than blind guessing. Which is why your local politicians, including Trump, still sit up and take notice when the numbers are really bad for them.

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