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File: 44075d49258d158⋯.jpg (20.2 KB, 530x298, 265:149, Donald.jpg)

 No.70126

http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/19/president-trumps-approval-rating-dips-further-as-americans-eye-key-policies.html

President Donald Trump's approval rating has hit a new low, according to the latest Gallup poll.

As of Sunday at 1 p.m. ET, Trump's approval rating has sunk to 37 percent, while those who disapprove of the president's job stands at 58 percent. His approval rating stood at 45 percent one week prior.

The Gallup poll, which measures public opinion and attitudes, and has margin of error of ±3 percentage points, also noted the economic confidence index was down 3 points to 7. Consumer spending was up $16, however, at $111.

Gallup polled about 1,500 adults nationwide.

 No.70131

>>70126

>latest Gallup poll

>"HILLARY IS GOING TO WIN IN A LANDSLIDE GUYS, TRUST US ALL THE POLLS SAY SO."

>Still believing polls after the 2016 election.


 No.70136

>>70126

Being hated does not make one a less effective leader.

Wouldn't it be cool if he came down on the Central Banks too?

Then he could get his approval ratings down to the point where he could get REALLY effective!

>as in, we don't give a fuck about polls! We care about action.

This is a man of Action.


 No.70138

Fake news. They polled butthurt libtards


 No.70139

>this poll is balanced, scientific and accurate

> polls only 1500 people


 No.70140

FULL OF SHIT

its 48%

Rasmussen is the most reliable poll according to… well apparently everyone, since it also one of the only few who predicted Trump election victory

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/trump_administration/prez_track_mar17


 No.70142

>>70139

> in California

> only in big cities

> only students in non-STEM-fields


 No.70144

Ryancare isint helping Trump.


 No.70148

File: 48938f905035ffb⋯.mp4 (7.06 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Donald Trump - Never Come ….mp4)

If you are pissing people off, you know you are doing something right.


 No.70156

is there seriously anybody with a brain who trusts (((polls))) after trump's victory and brexit?


 No.70160

>>70140

>FOS It's 48 percent

Yes in deed Rasmussen has Trump at 48 percent approval in March. Trouble is, Rasmussen had him at 57 percent in January.

Gotta think Trump hears five times a day that Americans want their presidents to act presidential. Thing is, he can't. He has this pathetic need for approval/visceral response to criticism. Most politicians do; no normal person would endure two years of campaigning. But the pros learn not to react. In short, gentlemen, you have hitched your wagon to an epic fail.


 No.70161

>>70160

you an american?


 No.70163

>>70161

>You American?

Not foreign. Not Jewish. Not minority. Not gay. I got laid last night so I suppose you can hate on that.


 No.70166

>>70163

watching your wife have sex with another man does not mean you got laid. enjoy the next 7 years. plus nine months, but you'll know that day as the day your wife's son was born.


 No.70169


 No.70170

>>70126

And a new study done by "sources" shows that she can still win guys, seriously.


 No.70198

He's going to be the conservative oboma. Promises the sun and moon but doesnt do shit.


 No.70218

>>70142

>> only students in non-STEM-fields

Why would they poll brain-dead pajeets?


 No.70219

>>70170

All the polls basically agreed that she would win the popular. Which she did, remember.


 No.70220

>>70148

He's pissing off the people who voted for him.

I don't think that's "doing something right", do you?


 No.70221

>>70198

Didn't they shut down CTR? Are you working pro bono?

>>70220

>He's pissing off the people who voted for him.

So you know for sure that the people in that Gallup poll voted for Trump do you?


 No.70223

>>70166

Q Why is impossible for 8Chumps to be cucks?

A You have to have a woman first.


 No.70224

>>70221

I wasnt talking about the Gallup poll in particular, although, statistically speaking, some respondents did vote for him although we can't know what their responses were.

I'm talking about Trump supporters who are losing healthcare and welfare because of the AHCA and the budget proposal he's put forth.

I can't imagine they're very happy with him.


 No.70226

>be alive for decades

>never get polled

Where do I sign up to be a designated pollee that answers polls designed to be liberal moral support?


 No.70227

>>70221

>everyone with a diffrent opinion is paid

The man will never be able to do what he promised and he inherited a nation on the verge of economic collapse. He will more then likely start another recession this year


 No.70228

>>70226

They can't call you if you don't give out your phone number. If you're not on any political mailing/phone lists they won't call you.


 No.70229

>>70227

The coming recession won't be his fault, it'll be a natural downturn in the economy. Slight rises and falls are typical and to be expected.

He'll get blamed for it, but presidents always do.


 No.70230

>>70126

>President Donald Trump's approval rating has hit a new low, says latest Gallup poll

7 years 10 months to go. keep crying.


 No.70231

>>70230

>thinking he'll get reelected


 No.70233

File: cc8f3391f5cad42⋯.jpg (757.67 KB, 958x540, 479:270, cKt5hMv.jpg)

>>70231

>still underestimating him

watching you faggots kvetch in denial never gets old


 No.70234

>>70233

I'm not kvetching I'm just saying things don't look very well for him, especially if he keeps publically lying. That doesn't usually turn out well.


 No.70235

>>70229

I never said it was his fault but he is going to look stupid because of it


 No.70237


 No.70238

>>70235

He's going to look especially stupid trying to deflect blame because he takes all criticism too personally.

He'll probably tell everyone the jobs numbers are lying again.


 No.70239

>>70228

>If you're not on any political mailing/phone lists they won't call you.

The pollsters develop a profile of the public they're trying to sample. They then make cold calls by call center or robocall,until the responses fill out their model. Some toss in Internet questionnaires.

Polling is less and less effective because cell phones are not public info as land lines are, and more and more people won't answer a number they don't know.

The polls are not intentionally biased but their assumptions and methodology often bend them one way or the other. Rasmussen is famous for leaning right.

Realclearpolitics.com and fivethirtyeight.com get their geek on about polling if you want, you know, facts.


 No.70241

>>70238

>If you're not on any political mailing/phone lists they won't call you.

OK, they'll work off lists if they're after registered voters of one or both flavors but those lists are public record kept by county officials and often available on the internet. you toss your name in the hat by registering to vote.


 No.70244

>>70235

>"I never said it was his fault but he is going to look stupid because of it"

you said before "He will more then likely start another recession this year"

that's precisely saying that it's gonna be his fault, you dipshit.

man up and admit what you're saying, fucking faggot.


 No.70249

>>70131

this

>40 state landslide

you might not remember but I do


 No.70250

>>70244

God you trump fanboy cocksuckers are such whiney little bitches. The best part about this country going to shit is seeing your impotent rage.


 No.70252

>>70131

Polls said she would win the popular vote. She did.


 No.70259

>>70234

But he hasn't actually lied yet, why would he start now?

>impatient leftycap


 No.70260

>>70252

>cherry picking and moving the goalposts

it's so cute when they try.


 No.70261

>>70259

You're kidding, right?


 No.70262

>>70250

totally raging at all the winning

>back to leftycapol with you


 No.70263

>>70261

you're not, right?


 No.70266

>>70260

Polls don't tell you who will win the electoral college, that takes extrapolation on the data. And the data said that Clinton would win the popular vote, and she did.

And the thing about odds are, even the people who said he had a 2% chance of winning or whatever weren't "wrong", because a chance is still a chance.

The media was overwhelmingly saying that Clinton would win, it's true. But the data doesn't lie.


 No.70267

>>70263

Are you honestly saying he's never lied?


 No.70269

He's down by 5% who gives a shit

>What's Hillary's approval rating?


 No.70270

>>70252

Polls said she had an 80% to 95% chance of winning. She didn't. Polls are conducted by the same media that is dedicated to shitting on him nonstop.


 No.70272

>>70270

>She didn't.

Says who? You? Based on what?

And what I was saying was, even if he only had a 5% of winning, he could still win. Clearly, he did.

There's only a 1% chance of rolling a given nunber on a d100, but it still happens, right?


 No.70273

Do you people honestly not know how percentage chance works?


 No.70274

You mean the same polls that said Killary had a 98% chance of winning the election?


 No.70275

>>70224

>healthcare

>>>>>>


 No.70276


 No.70277

>>70275

What?


 No.70278

File: a28ccdd5fb17200⋯.png (62.8 KB, 1190x832, 595:416, 20160416_wop987.png)

Polls don't mean shit. The polls speculated that brexit would never happen; but as it turns out, while a large number of the population don't bother to vote on most things because they are either too busy or just don't care, when something comes along that they actually care about (brexit & 2016 election for instance) everything changes.

Polls are the biggest load of horseshit and if you still believe they are relevent to anything then you've learned nothing since the last election.


 No.70279


 No.70281

>>70278

93 % of polls say that polls are inaccurate to with in a 97 % margin of error


 No.70282

>>70231

>>thinking he'll get reelected

Thinking he wont be reelected after he tosses the beans and muds out.


 No.70283

>>70282

>thinking he's going to be able to do that


 No.70284

>>70218

Brain-dead pajeets love the (D).


 No.70287

>>70281

kek the only accurate poll these days


 No.70292

>>70272

Thanks for the post anon. I had a good laugh.


 No.70294

>>70283

>>thinking he's going to be able to do that

If you were not watching the fake news 24/7 you would know it has already begun.


 No.70296

>>70294

and anon is helping with that in his own way

>even though its cuckchan


 No.70422


 No.70432

>>70272

(mental gymnastics)


 No.70433

>>70272

uh oh, someone's bot must be malfunctioning


 No.70459

hang him for treason


 No.70463

>>70252

They said she was going to win by 5-12%

She didn't


 No.70471

File: d36fb63affea1bd⋯.jpg (110.74 KB, 734x908, 367:454, madam-president-newsweek.jpg)

>>70266

It was to win the presidency. Not the popular vote. No one gives a fuck about the popular vote since it doesn't determine you becoming president.

They said she would win presidency by poll numbers. Didn't happen. They lied. Fake news.


 No.70474

Is this poll made by the same people who predicted hillary winning by a landslide?




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