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Default President donald trump's approval rating drops to lowest level of the year ?

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The president’s favorability dropped to 37 percent—his lowest mark of the year, according to the analysis. About 1,000 people were surveyed, including 353 Democrats, 344 Republicans and 210 Independents.
you would think it would be the otherway around since thier wasnt any connections with russia? but trump was mad at some times durring the Investigation and wanted to end it, but his advisers said no! thats it? is that the big deal they are butt hurt about ?
trump changes his mind a lot get over it and he floats all kinds of ideas and pulls out of them , come on they should know his personallity by now
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How come more democrats were polled than GOP or and I think too many independents? Did they poll people in rural areas and small towns? Last election proved you can't trust polls.
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have up's and downs in approval ratings.

in a nation with a population of over 350 million, there cannot be an approval by even a major portion of the voting/registered; to poll only 1000 is not necessarily representative of the whole population. (IMO)

I cannot believe BO polled as high as he did in some polls...too many biased polls taken...

another factor to be considered is the fact many persons change their views frequently. time and location play a large part, too.

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have up's and downs in approval ratings.

in a nation with a population of over 350 million, there cannot be an approval by even a major portion of the voting/registered; to poll only 1000 is not necessarily representative of the whole population. (IMO)

I cannot believe BO polled as high as he did in some polls...too many biased polls taken...

another factor to be considered is the fact many persons change their views frequently. time and location play a large part, too.
heres another showing him at 41.6 %
https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com...roval-ratings/
this ones going up hes at 45% here
https://news.gallup.com/poll/203207/...al-weekly.aspx
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Polls are a stupid way of finding something to be confident of, or afraid of.
Carl Rove missed the last election by a country mile, yet Fox keeps asking him for his opinion.

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Over three hundred million people in the country and we expect a thousand to be repsentive. Really.
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How come more democrats were polled than GOP or and I think too many independents? Did they poll people in rural areas and small towns? Last election proved you can't trust polls.


I have to believe location is a key factor.


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https://polling.reuters.com/#!respon...collapsed/true
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Last Rasmussen poll shows him at 49% approve. It was Friday a week ago. It was the most accurate major poll going into the 2016 election and still missed it by about 3 points.
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When I worked in public broadcast as program director for an AM radio station in Fayetteville Arkansas,we would pay for a poll to be taken in NW Ark. to see which radio station had the most listeners. Guess who won? Right! We did every time! Surprise,surprise.

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