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    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    More crap because you hate Trump. Trumps Approval rating is better than Obama's was
    WHUT? At it's highest, Obama's approval rating was 69%. (January 2009.)

    Trump's highest ever is 48%. (June 2018.)

    http://https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki...pproval_rating

    Today, his approval rating is 41.9%.

    http://https://projects.fivethirtyei...roval-ratings/

    A TWENTY SEVEN point difference is not a minor error. You should be rebuked for lying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by excalibur View Post
    LOL More left-wing dumb. That blurb is from the OP, which is using BLS numbers. That is why dealing with leftists is like dealing with snakes, they slither around. Why deceive then when it is in the OP, hmmm?

    For your edification, this is the OP again:

    The latest Employment Situation Report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows new manufacturing jobs being added at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 2.6 percent in July, a yearly employment growth figure not seen in the sector since 1984 — and the biggest monthly gains since 1994.

    “After creating an average of 17,000 jobs per month in 2017, over the first seven months of 2018, manufacturers have added an average of 28,000 jobs per month. These 2018 employment gains are on track to be the highest average monthly increase since 1994,” according to a White House statement based on data compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

    Overall, “manufacturing added 37,000 jobs in July, with most of the gain in the durable goods component,” BLS said. “Employment rose in transportation equipment (+13,000), machinery (+6,000), and electronic instruments (+2,000). Over the past 12 months, manufacturing has added 327,000 jobs.”
    I am reporting you for your signature. My parents were Communists.

    That's hurtful to me to read...please change it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Libertine View Post
    Jan-July 2016 less than 1 million new jobs.
    Jan-July 2018 more than 1.5 million new jobs.

    How is that being behind?

    Trump has created more jobs since he took office than Obama did in his first five years.
    Gee, I wonder why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Sampson Simpson View Post
    Every post from excalibur is flame baiting
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    Quote Originally Posted by Libertine View Post
    I can't even read that meme you posted from leftwingblogger.com, here is the real data from bls.com

    Data extracted on: August 9, 2018 (5:39:26 PM)

    Labor Force Statistics from the Current Population Survey

    Series Id: LNS12000000
    Seasonally Adjusted
    Series title: (Seas) Employment Level
    Labor force status: Employed
    Type of data: Number in thousands
    Age: 16 years and over


    Download:
    Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
    2008 146378(1) 146156 146086 146132 145908 145737 145532 145203 145076 144802 144100 143369
    2009 142152(1) 141640 140707 140656 140248 140009 139901 139492 138818 138432 138659 138013
    2010 138438(1) 138581 138751 139297 139241 139141 139179 139438 139396 139119 139044 139301
    2011 139250(1) 139394 139639 139586 139624 139384 139524 139942 140183 140368 140826 140902
    2012 141584(1) 141858 142036 141899 142206 142391 142292 142291 143044 143431 143333 143330
    2013 143292(1) 143362 143316 143635 143882 143999 144264 144326 144418 143537 144479 144778
    2014 145122(1) 145161 145673 145680 145825 146267 146401 146522 146752 147411 147391 147597
    2015 148113(1) 148100 148175 148505 148788 148806 148830 149136 148810 149254 149486 150135
    2016 150576(1) 151005 151229 150978 151048 151164 151484 151687 151815 151939 152126 152233
    2017 152076(1) 152511 153064 153161 152892 153250 153511 153471 154324 153846 153917 154021
    2018 154430(1) 155215 155178 155181 155474 155576 155965
    Always using the WRONG data series, instead of just using the Monthly New Jobs Report, the same numbers that are reported at the end of every month, and that the markets eagerly look forward to:

    https://data.bls.gov/timeseries/CES0..._view=net_1mth

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLeRoy View Post
    Always using the WRONG data series, instead of just using the Monthly New Jobs Report, the same numbers that are reported at the end of every month, and that the markets eagerly look forward to:

    https://data.bls.gov/timeseries/CES0..._view=net_1mth
    I don't know why you would use an incomplete data set, but a glance shows the economy shed jobs in April 2016 and Feb 2015 and September 2015.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Libertine View Post
    I don't know why you would use an incomplete data set, but a glance shows the economy shed jobs in April 2016 and Feb 2015 and September 2015.
    To the contrary, the data in my link shows that there were 174,000 new jobs created in April 2016; 267,000 new jobs created in February 2015; and 88,000 new jobs created in September 2015. 2015 in general was a VERY strong year for job creation, the 2nd strongest since 1999, with 2014 being the strongest since that year of 1999.

    YOU are using a data-set which does NOT take into account flows into and out of the labor force, which I must say I find to be quite stupid, and I cannot imagine why you would be doing it, other than for blatantly partisan reasons. As I have noted, the data set I have linked to from the BLS is THE data which is reported, EACH AND EVERY MONTH, on the first Friday of every month, at 8:30 AM Eastern Standard Time, and which the markets eagerly look forward to, and which is then reported on in ALL the business publications, from The Wall Street Journal, Investors' Business Daily, Forbes, Fortune, Bloomberg Business Week, The Economist, all major daily newspapers, and etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLeRoy View Post
    To the contrary, the data in my link shows that there were 174,000 new jobs created in April 2016; 267,000 new jobs created in February 2015; and 88,000 new jobs created in September 2015. 2015 in general was a VERY strong year for job creation, the 2nd strongest since 1999, with 2014 being the strongest since that year of 1999.

    YOU are using a data-set which does NOT take into account flows into and out of the labor force, which I must say I find to be quite stupid, and I cannot imagine why you would be doing it, other than for blatantly partisan reasons. As I have noted, the data set I have linked to from the BLS is THE data which is reported, EACH AND EVERY MONTH, on the first Friday of every month, at 8:30 AM Eastern Standard Time, and which the markets eagerly look forward to, and which is then reported on in ALL the business publications, from The Wall Street Journal, Investors' Business Daily, Forbes, Fortune, Bloomberg Business Week, The Economist, all major daily newspapers, and etc.
    For example, here is the February 2015 jobs report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which initially reported 295,000 new jobs created in America----the number was later revised down to 267,000. This was the month that Libertine claims America was SHEDDING jobs. It is to laugh.

    https://www.bls.gov/news.release/arc...t_03062015.pdf

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    From a February 2015 article.

    In January of 2009, the labor participation rate was 65.7% (at least one metric that isnít better now than when he took office) and the unemployment rate was 7.8%. Were the labor participation rate 65.7% today, the unemployment rate would be 9.7%. In other words, the entire improvement in the unemployment rate since President Obama took office (from 7.8% to 5.7%) is due to a decline in labor participation. Had labor participation held steady, unemployment would be 9.7%.


    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/ar...rd_125568.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLeRoy View Post
    To the contrary, the data in my link shows that there were 174,000 new jobs created in April 2016; 267,000 new jobs created in February 2015; and 88,000 new jobs created in September 2015. 2015 in general was a VERY strong year for job creation, the 2nd strongest since 1999, with 2014 being the strongest since that year of 1999.

    YOU are using a data-set which does NOT take into account flows into and out of the labor force, which I must say I find to be quite stupid, and I cannot imagine why you would be doing it, other than for blatantly partisan reasons. As I have noted, the data set I have linked to from the BLS is THE data which is reported, EACH AND EVERY MONTH, on the first Friday of every month, at 8:30 AM Eastern Standard Time, and which the markets eagerly look forward to, and which is then reported on in ALL the business publications, from The Wall Street Journal, Investors' Business Daily, Forbes, Fortune, Bloomberg Business Week, The Economist, all major daily newspapers, and etc.
    From your post, the economy shed jobs in April.
    2016 150576(1) 151005 151229 150978

    Are you disputing the BLS data you posted? The table data shows the final revisions. They refine the data after the release of the initial estimate you posted.
    Last edited by Libertine; 10th August 2018 at 12:56 PM.

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