Trump's 1st-yr. approval rating ties Obama's

Apr 2012
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I bet you won't see this in the liberal media

https://www.onenewsnow.com/politics...6&utm_content=464763439821&utm_campaign=32329


In the face of all the “fake news” portraying President Donald Trump as a markedly unpopular president, the vocal Republican leader took to Twitter Friday to point out that his 46-percent first-year approval rating essentially tied former President Barack Obama’s at the close of his first year in office.

“While the Fake News loves to talk about my so-called low approval rating, @foxandfriends just showed that my rating on Dec. 28, 2017, was approximately the same as President Obama on Dec. 28, 2009, which was 47% … and this despite massive negative Trump coverage & Russia hoax!” Trump tweeted.

Successfully overcoming adversity

The president considered tying Obama a feat, considering the consistent anti-Trump media coverage – which statistics show has been many times more negative than what the former president received during his inaugural year in the White House.



“Rasmussen Poll shows Trump at 46% APPROVE this morning, with 53% DISAPPROVE,” Drudge shared on Thursday, according to Townhall. “What about Obama at same exact date first year in presidency?? 46% APPROVE, 53% DISAPPROVE!”

Trump’s comments on Twitter came shortly after District Media Group President Beverly Hallberg discussed the results of the latest Rasmussen poll, on Fox News’ Fox & Friends, which revealed that Trump’s 46-perent approval rating was virtually the same as Obama’s eight years before in 2009.
 

johnflesh

Former Staff
Feb 2007
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Proving the negative press and lies from democrats is not working
It certainly proves a lot of different things.

Like, polls are valid sometimes. Sometimes not. Depends on what it says.

That is an observation of those who use polls as arguments. I don't read polls at all.
 
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