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  • Why Are Dems Nuking GOP Voters’ No. 1 Issue?

    03/02/2021 4:31:35 AM PST · by Kaslin · 10 replies
    American Thinker.com ^ | March 2, 2021 | Christopher Chantrill
    You’ve probably seen the poll about the top concerns of GOP voters and Democratic voters; it’s been all over conservative media. The top three concerns of Republican voters are: Donald Trump’s votersWhite nationalismSystemic racismHey! Can you spell H-A-T-E? Initially, I was as outraged as you about the hatey-hate Democratic voters. But then I realized that it all made sense.Put it this way: if the ordinary middle-class voters ever get to elect a President and a Congress with cojones all round, what is that testosterone-fueled government going to do? It is going to take money away from white gentry liberals and...
  • Poll: Democrat Voters’ Number One ‘Concern’ Is Trump Supporters

    02/27/2021 6:14:14 PM PST · by White Lives Matter · 77 replies
    Summit News ^ | February 27, 2021 | Steve Watson
    A poll conducted by Echelon has found that while Republican voters are concerned with issues such as illegal immigration, lack of police resources, and high taxes, Democrat voters’ top concerns are supporters of President Trump, racism, and discrimination against LGBTQ people. While 81% of Republican voters cited immigration as the top issue, 82% of Democrats said that ‘Trump’s supporters’ is their top issue at the moment. A further 79% and 77%, respectively cited ‘white nationalism’ and ‘systemic racism’ as the issues they are most concerned about. Commentators immediately noted that the results highlight how the Democratic Party and the leftist...
  • President Trump’s Approval Rating Soars After Pelosi’s Second Failed Impeachment (Video)

    02/18/2021 7:01:26 PM PST · by White Lives Matter · 33 replies
    GP ^ | February 17, 2021 | Jim Hoft
    President Trump’s approval rating is up to 59% following Nancy Pelosi’s second failed impeachment attempt on the 45th President. Trump’s approval rating back on January 6th was 41% according to Morning Consult polling. And now, despite the poll being oversampled with Democrats, Trump stands at 59% approval rating.
  • Shock poll: Trump 'Patriot Party' would win almost quarter of voters, drop GOP to third place

    01/25/2021 2:32:18 PM PST · by Hojczyk · 460 replies
    Just the News ^ | January 25,2021 | By Daniel Wattenberg
    A Trump third party could provoke a pivotal realignment in American politics. With the support of 46% of registered voters in the new poll, Democrats would reap the benefits of a fractured opposition and entrench themselves as the nation's dominant party — even without majority support. Among "very conservative" voters — who make up a disproportionately large bloc within the Republican primary electorate — a Trump Patriot Party crushes the GOP 55%-24%. Should Trump remain in the GOP, his wide lead among these highly motivated voters affords him great leverage to influence the direction of the party by wielding the...
  • ABC News Poll: Biden Gets 69 Percent Approval on COVID

    01/25/2021 4:59:14 AM PST · by Magnatron · 52 replies
    Newsmax ^ | 24 January 2020 | Eric Mack
    The mainstream media's love affair with President Joe Biden is working early as 69% approval of the job he has done on the coronavirus in his first week, according to the ABC News/Ipsos poll released Sunday. "Biden's early honeymoon period is a sharp departure from the underwhelming initial response former President Donald Trump received four years ago," ABC News wrote. "In a recent ABC News/Washington Post poll, Biden's score for handling the transition landed at 67%, nearly 30 points higher than his predecessor just before his inauguration. "Trump's lackluster marks broke with the pattern for newly elected presidents, who usually...
  • EXCLUSIVE: State Dept Docs Reveal Pence Chief Of Staff Referred Biden Bud Frank Luntz For Secretary Role.

    01/23/2021 1:56:54 PM PST · by Beave Meister · 9 replies
    The National Pulse.com ^ | 1/23/2021 | RAHEEM KASSAM AND NATALIE WINTERS
    Luntz was recommended for the position, which aims to “lead America’s public diplomacy outreach, which includes messaging to counter terrorism and violent extremism” by Short, whom President Trump viewed as partly responsible for Pence’s certification of electors on January 6th and saw his White House access revoked in response. The revelations come from a leaked “highly confidential” State Department document, which outlines Short’s rationale for the position was Luntz’s previous work in “PR” and as a “GOP Political Pollster.” “Support the achievement of U.S. foreign policy goals and objectives, advance national interests, and enhance national security by informing and influencing...
  • Nolte: Rasmussen Poll Shows No Slip in Support for President Trump

    01/15/2021 2:12:35 PM PST · by conservative98 · 38 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 15 Jan 202120 | JOHN NOLTE
    On January 5, President Trump’s job approval rating with Rasmussen was 47 percent. Today, the president’s job approval is 48 percent. The attack on Capitol Hill took place on January 6. Since then, there has been more than a week of 24/7, highly-coordinated media hysteria attacking the president as a traitor, as guilty of sedition, of being criminally liable for leading a violent coup against the United States of America … and his job approval rating is up a point. Don’t pay any attention to media pollsters. Please don’t. They’re all crap. All liars. All proven liars who have been...
  • Rasmussen: Trump's Approval Rating Rises After DC Protests

    01/08/2021 8:20:55 PM PST · by Beave Meister · 41 replies
    Newsmax ^ | 1/8/2021
    The Rasmussen poll, one of the most accurate polls of the 2020 election, finds President Trump’s approval is actually rising after Wednesday‘s protests. As Democrats move to impeachment and some establishment Republicans call for the 25th Amendment to remove Trump, the poll finds 48% approve of the President’s job performance. A source close to the polling firm tells Newsmax that the rolling survey saw Trump’s approval soar to 51% on Thursday night. Trump’s approval has been up overall, jumping from 45% just before Christmas. “Americans are disgusted that cities burned for months and Washington and the media did nothing,” our...
  • Pollster predicts Loeffler victory but is less confident on Perdue's chances

    12/26/2020 2:10:35 AM PST · by TigerLikesRoosterNew · 23 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | December 25, 2020 | Michael Lee
    One of the nation’s more accurate pollsters is bullish on Sen. Kelly Loeffler’s chances to win her runoff race against Raphael Warnock but less confident that Sen. David Perdue will best Jon Ossoff. “We see the Warnock-Loeffler race as one that will be less close. We feel more confident that Loeffler is going to probably prevail,” Robert Cahaly, the chief pollster for the Trafalgar Group, told the Washington Examiner. “We feel more confident that the other one is going to be closer.” Trafalgar’s most recent polls in Georgia show two different races developing, with Loeffler leading Warnock by almost 7...
  • NYT: Fauci admits to deceiving the public about herd immunity because he wanted more people to get vaccinated

    12/24/2020 7:39:45 PM PST · by conservative98 · 46 replies
    The Blaze ^ | DECEMBER 24, 2020 | Leon Wolfe
    Fauci apparently thinks it's appropriate to deceive the public for their own good ------- In a startling interview with the New York Times, Dr. Anthony Fauci,head of the government's coronavirus taskforce, admitted that he did not level with the American people about how many people would need to be vaccinated in order to achieve herd immunity because he didn't think the public was ready to hear his true thoughts, which he feared might discourage people from getting vaccinated. The Times article catalogued Dr. Fauci's changing position on how many Americans would need to be vaccinated, which he initially stated would...
  • Poll: Despite Record Turnout, 80 Million Americans Didn't Vote. Here's Why

    12/16/2020 12:42:23 AM PST · by thecodont · 52 replies
    National Public Radio / npr.org ^ | December 15, 2020 5:00 AM ET | Domenico Montanaro
    More Americans voted in 2020 than in any other presidential election in 120 years. About 67% of eligible voters cast ballots this year, but that still means a third did not. That amounts to about 80 million people who stayed home. To better understand what motivates these nonvoters, NPR and the Medill School of Journalism commissioned Ipsos to conduct a survey of U.S. adults who didn't vote this year. The Medill school's graduate students did deep dives into various aspects of the survey here. Nonvoters' reasons for not voting include: not being registered to vote (29%) not being interested in...
  • Georgia Poll: Kelly Loeffler’s Lead Shrinking, David Perdue Narrowing Slim Gap

    12/13/2020 8:49:29 AM PST · by devane617 · 112 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 12/13/2020 | Kyle Olson
    The survey of 1,018 likely voters, taken December 8-10, found incumbent Sen. David Perdue (R) down slightly to Democrat challenger Jon Ossoff, 49.1 percent to 48.8 percent. Just 2.1 percent of respondents were undecided. Meanwhile, in the special election, incumbent Sen. Kelly Loeffler is ahead of far-left Democrat Raphael Warnock, 50.4 percent to 47.3 percent. The poll found 2.3 percent of voters undecided.
  • Pollster Ratings Project

    11/19/2020 2:35:25 PM PST · by TexasGurl24 · 12 replies
    Pollster Rating Project ^ | 11/19/20 | Pollster Ratings Project
    For anyone interested in how bad the polls were, and how much these are nothing more than trash propaganda that should never be trusted again, here is a handy spreadsheet that shows just how bad these Soros-sucking media shills were. There were several posters here who worshipped the polls and spread their feces all over this forum. This spreadsheet will be handy for use against the media and libtards when they try to cite a "poll" in the future.
  • I’m 90% certain Trump will win. The reason for my 10% uncertainty will likely surprise you.

    12/02/2020 8:49:42 AM PST · by kellymcneill · 64 replies
    NOQ Report ^ | December 2, 2020 | JD Rucker
    My confidence in President Trump's eventual reelection is based on a preponderance of evidence that seems blatantly clear. But there's a chance the forces arrayed against him will not allow the truth to come out. There's also a slight chance he simply doesn't want to be president anymore.
  • Rand Paul at 9% in hypothetical 2024 GOP Presidential primary poll

    11/23/2020 1:50:19 PM PST · by RandFan · 63 replies
    Twitter ^ | Nov 23 | Patrick Ruffini
    In a 2024 primary, Donald Trump is still the one most would consider voting for at 52%. But he’s not as dominant as you’d think. 45% say they’d consider Mike Pence, and 32% Ted Cruz. Rounding out the top tier: Trump Jr., Haley, Rubio. Click excerpt link for pic
  • Support for Stricter U.S. Gun Laws at Lowest Level Since 2016

    11/16/2020 5:11:05 PM PST · by Trump20162020 · 26 replies
    Gallup ^ | November 16, 2020 | Megan Brenan
    • GOP support for stricter gun laws has fallen 14 points since 2019 to new 22% low • 25% of Americans favor a handgun ban in the U.S., near record lowWASHINGTON, D.C. -- In the absence of a high-profile mass shooting in the U.S. in 2020 and amid the coronavirus pandemic, civil unrest related to racial justice issues and the contentious presidential election campaign, Americans are less likely than they have been since 2016 to call for increased gun control. The latest majority (57%) in the U.S. who call for stricter laws covering the sale of firearms marks a seven-percentage-point...
  • 5 Historical Trends That Show It’s Utterly Shocking If Trump Lost In 2020

    11/14/2020 1:52:45 PM PST · by Kaslin · 48 replies
    The Federalist ^ | November 13, 2020 | J.B. Shurk
    Considering these five facts about the election, it's no wonder Biden failed to achieve a landslide victory — and one might say it's curious that he'd achieve victory at all. If I told you an incumbent president had 52 percent approval on Election Day and ended up winning 10 million more votes than during his first election, would you predict victory? What if 56 percent of voters felt they were better off since the president had entered office? What if you knew that the incumbent had a nearly 30 percent enthusiasm edge over his opponent, or that when asked for...
  • A Country Where People Are Afraid to Tell Pollsters What They Think

    11/13/2020 4:57:00 AM PST · by Kaslin · 50 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | November 13, 2020 | Michael Barone
    "I like a good contrarian argument as much as the next guy," tweets mild-mannered RealClearPolitics senior elections analyst Sean Trende, "but there's really no getting around the fact that the 2020 polling was a pile of steaming garbage." "The national polls were even worse than they were four years ago," writes New York Times polling guru Nate Cohn. "(W)hatever steps pollsters took to improve after 2016 were canceled out by a new set of problems." Trende and Cohn have earned credibility as two of the few political analysts who spotted, before Donald Trump's surprise victory, that white non-college graduates were...
  • What The Fox? Sandra Smith, Neil Cavuto And The Unmasking Of A Potemkin Network

    11/12/2020 2:57:09 PM PST · by raptor22 · 45 replies
    Noisy Room ^ | November 12, 2020 | Daniel John Sobieski
    Once upon a time, Fox News was the “fair and balanced” network, the video equivalent of talk radio where one could go to get news and commentary one could hear nowhere else, truth otherwise blocked by the legacy media gatekeepers. It thrived precisely for that reason and harvested hundreds if not millions of viewers hungry for the truth and the facts about the country and world they lived in and what was happening in both of them. Somewhere along the way, Fox News began to lose its way and went from a voice crying in the political wilderness to another...
  • The ‘Shy Trump Voter’ Is A Suburban Woman

    11/12/2020 12:12:08 PM PST · by Kaslin · 11 replies
    The Federalist ^ | November 12, 2020 | Kelsie Bolar
    According to a post-election survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies, the biggest ‘shy Trump’ constituency of 2020 was a white, college-educated woman. Days before the presidential election, establishment media like The Washington Post claimed the “shy Trump voter” was no longer a thing. On-brand with big media’s track record of being wrong, exit polls are telling the opposite story. Indeed, there was a “shy Trump voter,” but it wasn’t the blue-collar worker pollsters missed in 2016. Instead, the shy Trump voter of 2020 was a highly educated “she.” According to a post-election survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies, the biggest...