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« Reply #1125 on: March 19, 2017, 09:49:06 pm »
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Hell with these numbers, Hillary could beat his ass.

Low favorables are one thing. Low approvals are horrible.

Your as delusional as you were in 2016.
Of course the green leftie is telling me this
Putting down lefties? Good luck on taking back the Senate.

Then why are you putting other people down?
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« Reply #1126 on: March 19, 2017, 09:49:26 pm »
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Hell with these numbers, Hillary could beat his ass.

Low favorables are one thing. Low approvals are horrible.

Your as delusional as you were in 2016.
Of course the green leftie is telling me this
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« Reply #1127 on: March 19, 2017, 10:29:14 pm »
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But for we know, he might try to engineer a another mid size or bigger war to make him a hero or "the horse in midstream" or creates a bubble to postpone the downturn until 21 or 22.

Considering how "competently" he has run things so far, he'll probably lose any war he starts.
"Mister President, you started the war in North Korea with a 30% approval rating. Today's Gallup has you at 12%. Meanwhile 30,000 US troops have been killed and over 200,000 South Korean civilians are dead too. What do you have to say to the American people?"

"You know what? I gave the orders to do the job, and do it right, to the generals, and they screwed up. They didn't take out Kim Jong Un. It's all on them, believe me, it really is."

"But the CIA claims they told you there was a lack of reliable intelligence on Kim's location, and you simply told the military to strike wherever they guess he was. And that was like a cat in the pigeons, so to speak. The North Koreans then responded by firebombing Seoul."

"And because they yuugely screwed up, I fired the generals live on TV. It's all on them. Not on me. And if you excuse me I have another round of golf to play."
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« Reply #1128 on: March 20, 2017, 01:01:18 am »
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But for we know, he might try to engineer a another mid size or bigger war to make him a hero or "the horse in midstream" or creates a bubble to postpone the downturn until 21 or 22.

Considering how "competently" he has run things so far, he'll probably lose any war he starts.
"Mister President, you started the war in North Korea with a 30% approval rating. Today's Gallup has you at 12%. Meanwhile 30,000 US troops have been killed and over 200,000 South Korean civilians are dead too. What do you have to say to the American people?"

"You know what? I gave the orders to do the job, and do it right, to the generals, and they screwed up. They didn't take out Kim Jong Un. It's all on them, believe me, it really is."

"But the CIA claims they told you there was a lack of reliable intelligence on Kim's location, and you simply told the military to strike wherever they guess he was. And that was like a cat in the pigeons, so to speak. The North Koreans then responded by firebombing Seoul."

"And because they yuugely screwed up, I fired the generals live on TV. It's all on them. Not on me. And if you excuse me I have another round of golf to play."

Continuation:

The generals fire him in a coup, using the 25th Amendment as a pretext. He is arrested for war crimes, and given a choice to either vacate America or stand trial as a war criminal. Transported to Reagan International Airport, he awaits a scheduled flight of Aeroflot  to Moscow. A dacha near Moscow is better than a prison cell in the Disciplinary Barracks in Leavenworth.


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« Reply #1129 on: March 20, 2017, 03:13:31 am »
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http://www.fayobserver.com/news/20170319/inside-politics-high-point-poll-says-55-percent-disapprove-of-trump

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Most North Carolinians continue to disapprove of President Donald Trumpís job performance, according to a poll released late last month by High Point University following his address to a joint session of Congress.

The survey says 55 percent disapprove of Trumpís work so far; 36 percent approve. This is similar to a survey done in early February, when 36 percent approved, but 52 disapproved of his performance.
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« Reply #1130 on: March 20, 2017, 09:49:03 am »
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Most North Carolinians continue to disapprove of President Donald Trumpís job performance, according to a poll released late last month by High Point University following his address to a joint session of Congress.

The survey says 55 percent disapprove of Trumpís work so far; 36 percent approve. This is similar to a survey done in early February, when 36 percent approved, but 52 disapproved of his performance.
http://www.fayobserver.com/news/20170319/inside-politics-high-point-poll-says-55-percent-disapprove-of-trump

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Most North Carolinians continue to disapprove of President Donald Trumpís job performance, according to a poll released late last month by High Point University following his address to a joint session of Congress.

The survey says 55 percent disapprove of Trumpís work so far; 36 percent approve. This is similar to a survey done in early February, when 36 percent approved, but 52 disapproved of his performance.


It is an old poll, but it does replicate an earlier finding. Ouch!

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The survey said 61 percent of residents disapproved of Congress.

Typical of a throw-the-bums-out scenario. A midterm election in which the President and a Congressional majority of the same Party as the President are both unpopular? Republicans obviously can't lose their Congressional majority in a midterm election because President Trump and the GOP majority in Congress are somehow charmed.  Right?

It's already much worse than for Obama and his Congressional majority in 2009.

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Probably our best approximation until about March.


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Blue, positive and 40-43%  20% saturation
............................ 44-47%  40%  
............................ 48-50%  50%
............................ 51-55%  70%
............................ 56%+     90%

Red, negative and  48-50%  20% (raw approval or favorability)
..........................  44-47%  30%
..........................  40-43%  50%
..........................  35-39%  70%
.......................under  35%  90%

White - tie.
 
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*National poll, and not a state poll -- the national poll is much more flattering to the President, who is shown in deep trouble in that state, and is likely closer to reality.



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« Reply #1131 on: March 20, 2017, 10:13:36 am »
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Hell with these numbers, Hillary could beat his ass.

Low favorables are one thing. Low approvals are horrible.

Your as delusional as you were in 2016.
Of course the green leftie is telling me this
Putting down lefties? Good luck on taking back the Senate.
I do have a D avatar, of course. Great observation

Seems that you support the democratic establishment constantly so I really don't see how you can be Indy.
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« Reply #1132 on: March 20, 2017, 10:39:48 am »
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Hell with these numbers, Hillary could beat his ass.

Low favorables are one thing. Low approvals are horrible.

Your as delusional as you were in 2016.
Of course the green leftie is telling me this
Putting down lefties? Good luck on taking back the Senate.
I do have a D avatar, of course. Great observation

Seems that you support the democratic establishment constantly so I really don't see how you can be Indy.
I voted for Clinton because I liked her political philosophy over the piece of sh*t alternative. I wasn't out here defending Schulz or Brazile.

I may not be a 'moderate hero, FF Smiley' but I'm not a Democrat either.
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« Reply #1133 on: March 20, 2017, 10:48:04 am »
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Here's news that can blow up against Republicans in one state that the Republican party practically owns. Don't be surprised if Republican support implodes in South Carolina:

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An investigation into corruption at the Statehouse has taken aim at South Carolinaís command-and-control center Ė a network of power brokers and lawmakers who, if the allegations are true, milked the system of hundreds of thousands of dollars by skirting the stateís loose ethic laws.

The probe, led by special prosecutor David Pascoe, has the potential to challenge the stateís political power structure in ways even deeper than the Lost Trust sting in the 1990s.

Though scandalous, the Lost Trust cases targeted lawmakers who could be bought with small amounts of money Ė lawmakers who held relatively little power in the General Assembly.

http://www.postandcourier.com/features/targets-of-influence-investigation-zeroes-in-on-how-money-and/article_0049f2be-0b43-11e7-9c24-5feb8d6a203b.html
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« Reply #1134 on: March 20, 2017, 11:39:47 am »
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Marquette had a Wisconsin poll in the field over the weekend, will be released on Wednesday.
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« Reply #1135 on: March 20, 2017, 12:02:25 pm »
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Gallup:

Approve: 39% (+2)
Disapprove: 55 (-3)

Yeah, seems like it was just noise after all.
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« Reply #1136 on: March 20, 2017, 12:10:08 pm »
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Gallup:

Approve: 39% (+2)
Disapprove: 55 (-3)

Yeah, seems like it was just noise after all.

Eh, the overall trajectory has still be trending towards negative.
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« Reply #1137 on: March 20, 2017, 12:56:07 pm »
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Marquette had a Wisconsin poll in the field over the weekend, will be released on Wednesday.

The poll that I most want to see.
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« Reply #1138 on: March 20, 2017, 05:21:13 pm »
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Marquette had a Wisconsin poll in the field over the weekend, will be released on Wednesday.

Unfortunately, Marquette badly blew the 2016 election, and didn't see the thrashing that President Trump and Senator Johnson would deal to the Big Losers.
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« Reply #1139 on: March 20, 2017, 07:03:38 pm »
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Marquette had a Wisconsin poll in the field over the weekend, will be released on Wednesday.

Unfortunately, Marquette badly blew the 2016 election, and didn't see the thrashing that President Trump and Senator Johnson would deal to the Big Losers.

1< point win and 4-point win=/= thrashing.
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« Reply #1140 on: March 20, 2017, 08:02:15 pm »
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Gallup:

Approve: 39% (+2)
Disapprove: 55 (-3)

Yeah, seems like it was just noise after all.

Eh, the overall trajectory has still be trending towards negative.

Yeah, 39% is still one of his worst numbers. We'll see.
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« Reply #1141 on: March 20, 2017, 08:06:00 pm »
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Now now everybody lets not get too excited over polls after what we saw last election. The entire 2016 election was suppose to calm down everybody including myself with polls but instead I felt more like I had been violated by a huge poll when all was said and done.
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« Reply #1142 on: March 20, 2017, 08:28:05 pm »
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Marquette had a Wisconsin poll in the field over the weekend, will be released on Wednesday.

Unfortunately, Marquette badly blew the 2016 election, and didn't see the thrashing that President Trump and Senator Johnson would deal to the Big Losers.

Donald Trump and other Republicans may have had a late-season surge that was not captured in polls. We shall see whether this surge has persisted in Wisconsin. A recent poll of Iowa showed Donald Trump underwater in neighboring Iowa, which has traditionally been very similar to Wisconsin in demographics and voting patterns. A hint: Senator Joni Ernst is unpopular in Iowa and will likely be fighting for her political life in 2020.

I am saying nothing about the results of  this poll until I see it.
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« Reply #1143 on: March 20, 2017, 08:31:40 pm »
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Here is a favorability poll of Colorado, conducted March 8-13:

http://gazette.com/hickenlooper-viewed-favorably-trump-less-so-in-new-keatingonsight-colorado-polling/article/1599330

favorable 43%
unfavorable 55%
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« Reply #1144 on: March 20, 2017, 08:34:45 pm »
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Here is a favorability poll of Colorado, conducted March 8-13:

http://gazette.com/hickenlooper-viewed-favorably-trump-less-so-in-new-keatingonsight-colorado-polling/article/1599330

favorable 43%
unfavorable 55%


That's actually not that bad for Trump.
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« Reply #1145 on: March 20, 2017, 09:04:11 pm »
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Here is a favorability poll of Colorado, conducted March 8-13:

http://gazette.com/hickenlooper-viewed-favorably-trump-less-so-in-new-keatingonsight-colorado-polling/article/1599330

favorable 43%
unfavorable 55%


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Approval:






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Blue, positive and 40-43%  20% saturation
............................ 44-47%  40%  
............................ 48-50%  50%
............................ 51-55%  70%
............................ 56%+     90%

Red, negative and  48-50%  20% (raw approval or favorability)
..........................  44-47%  30%
..........................  40-43%  50%
..........................  35-39%  70%
.......................under  35%  90%

White - tie.
 
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« Reply #1146 on: March 20, 2017, 09:28:29 pm »
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Marquette had a Wisconsin poll in the field over the weekend, will be released on Wednesday.

Unfortunately, Marquette badly blew the 2016 election, and didn't see the thrashing that President Trump and Senator Johnson would deal to the Big Losers.

Donald Trump and other Republicans may have had a late-season surge that was not captured in polls. We shall see whether this surge has persisted in Wisconsin. A recent poll of Iowa showed Donald Trump underwater in neighboring Iowa, which has traditionally been very similar to Wisconsin in demographics and voting patterns. A hint: Senator Joni Ernst is unpopular in Iowa and will likely be fighting for her political life in 2020.

I am saying nothing about the results of  this poll until I see it.

Well, yes. Iowa has traditionally been close to Wisconsin.

When stud pollster Selzer released a poll showing Trump up 7 points, that was a warning sign in Wisconsin! Unfortunately, some pollsters kept release garbage poll after garbage poll in the state of Wisconsin, to the point where they duped Stupid Hillary into not even competing in the state.

The same stud pollster shows Ernst with massively great approval ratings similar to Charles Grassley (simple farmer from Iowa). Grassley just won re-election by over 20 points.

The same stud pollster showed Ernst winning Iowa in a landslide in 2014. White liberals didn't like that, but she did.

Meanwhile, in Marquette polls, this turd Feingold was up double digits in many of their polls. No way!
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« Reply #1147 on: March 20, 2017, 09:59:40 pm »
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http://www.fayobserver.com/news/20170319/inside-politics-high-point-poll-says-55-percent-disapprove-of-trump

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Most North Carolinians continue to disapprove of President Donald Trumpís job performance, according to a poll released late last month by High Point University following his address to a joint session of Congress.

The survey says 55 percent disapprove of Trumpís work so far; 36 percent approve. This is similar to a survey done in early February, when 36 percent approved, but 52 disapproved of his performance.

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« Reply #1148 on: March 20, 2017, 10:16:20 pm »
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Gallup:

Approve: 39% (+2)
Disapprove: 55 (-3)

Yeah, seems like it was just noise after all.

Eh, the overall trajectory has still be trending towards negative.

Yeah, 39% is still one of his worst numbers. We'll see.

Just when you wonder whether it can get worse for the President... it gets worse.



Gallup: 37% approve, 58% disapprove.

Sure, it could be statistical noise between days.  It isn't getting prettier. 
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« Reply #1149 on: March 21, 2017, 11:04:29 am »
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ARG(!!)

41% Approve
54% Disapprove

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