Sunday, April 02, 2017

1 in 3 American voters give the Trump presidency an "F." The rest must not be paying attention.

Yeah that right there is what you call a "fake poll." Full of those stupid facts and everything.
Courtesy of The Hill: 

President Trump's first few months in office gets a grade of F according to 1 in 3 voters, a new poll Friday says. 

The McClatchy-Marist poll found that 38 percent of registered voters approve of Trump’s job performance, while 51 percent disapprove. 

Thirty-two percent of respondents graded Trump an F, while 22 percent gave him a B and 15 percent each graded him at A, C and D. 

In contrast, at this point in his presidency in 2009, President Obama got an A or B from 58 percent of respondents and an F from just 11 percent.

I wonder when all of this "winning" that Trump bragged about is going to start?


  1. Anonymous3:15 AM

    A Federal judge in Kentucky is allowing to go forward a suit against Trump alleging that he incited to violence a crowd in March, 2016, at which he shouted "Get 'em out," and three people in the audience were manhandled by his supporters.
    There are three branches of government, Don John Trump, and the First Amendment doesn't cover speech that urges violent behavior.
    Story's in today's Washington Post.

  2. Anonymous4:08 AM

    If you read the comment sections under any of the articles about Trumps approval ratings you get the inevitable "The polls also said that Hillary Clinton had a 3:1 chance of winning" Honestly, this last election did make me doubt polls although this one seems about right.

    1. They didn't poll everywhere or poll everyone. Assumptions were made, one of which was that those that voted for Obama would vote for Hillary. That didn't happen and is often overlooked. It is the major mistake the DNC made.

  3. Anonymous4:17 AM

    Is there a grade below F? Because that's what I'd give him.

    1. Anonymous6:47 AM

      That disgusting trump individual is certainly in the minus category.
      He is less and does not even deserve to be acknowledged . He is evil.

    2. There's no credit, but Trump should get credit for every failure he makes and everything he destroys.

      We also should not let the Republicans off the hook for destroying our protections with their CRA "no backsies" destruction of regulations. Reversal of that needs to be the Democrats number one priority when they are back in power.

  4. Anonymous5:17 AM

    Many people in last few years gave up their tv connections because of outrageous cost and they opted for internet news and tv only. So they are mainly channeled to whatever station that they have watched and liked for years. Unfortunately fox no news had many viewers fooled by their hateful rhetoric. It attracted them. This is where the Russian owned small internet providers jumped in. And fox uk slime bags jumped in. There is something evil about that station. Just by watching it you can smell the swamp in their talk and actions. They refuse to offer important world news, they refuse to offer opinions from different angles and they refuse to hire creditable people. Trump and his stumps in the swamp are guilty of treason and espionage plain and simple. You can see right through those that are directly and indirectly involved. Anyone with outrageous gambling debt, foreign investments and foreign bank accounts, anyone with off shore accounts and investments. Anyone hiding money and assets. Yep. They will do anything for money and greed. Pathetically un-American and ignorantly evil. Fox, RT and china TV must be cut off usa internet and paid tv satellite and cable networks. Those corporations involved must be charged along with anyone that promoted and encouraged this crime against America.

    1. Anonymous6:57 AM

      Yes, let's promote some full-scale censorship of the media,.....oh wait....

    2. We don't need to censor them.

      But we can demand they meet the requirements of "news" and define "news" in such a way that they cannot broadcast fake news.

      Bring back the Fairness Doctrine! On steroids. (Yet another fascist move we can thank Reagan for. He vetoed the vote by congress to make it law.)

      Once Congress gives the FCC some teeth regarding fake news and requirements for truth and impartiality, watch the internet powerhouses demand to be exempt from that and designated as public utilities instead.

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  7. Anonymous9:08 AM

    "The $270,000 sale price is the most a Ferrari F430 Coupe with an automatic transmission has ever sold for at auction, according to Hagerty Insurance."

    Want to BET it was ABOUT TO BE 'RE-PO'ED?

    1. Anonymous11:13 AM

      I bet he was never even able to stuff his fat ass into that Ferrari.

    2. Anyone surprised the big orange blob can't drive a stick?


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