CPAC Straw Poll: 86 Percent Approve of Job Trump Is Doing So Far as President


#1

CPAC Straw Poll: 86 Percent Approve of Job Trump Is Doing So Far as President bit.ly/2lHvCLc


#2

You mean more than 1 out of 10 CPAC people do not approve of the job Trump is doing? That is terrible!


#3

LOL Armageddon is here!


#4

Well, the Title is misleading as it does not say 86% of what. His cabinet? Guppies in his fish bowl? Russian leaders?

It is not U.S. citizens.


#5

The title specifies CPAC. Why is that misleading?


#6

CPAC is not representative of American values.


#7

Since the #NeverTrump crowd were big CPAC supporters, I think this indicates he’s still winning them over. A good result given the audience and Trump’s vision as a practical conservative.


#8

Kellyanne Conway called it TPAC … maybe she was right.


#9

:rotfl:


#10

Not to worry. They’re all losers.


#11

In other news: 99.9% of Christians believe in Jesus :rolleyes:


#12

It is the title of the poll, as in the ones conducting it, as opposed to something like, “Straw Poll: 86 Percent CPAC Approve…” But then I am not impressed with the quality of education journalists receive in actually writing.


#13

So? Overall Trump’s job approval rating stands at just 44 percent — a record low for a newly inaugurated commander-in-chief — and half of Americans say that his early challenges suggest unique and systemic problems with his administration, according to a new poll from NBC News and the Wall Street Journal.

Republicans and Democrats are polar opposites in how they rate Trump. 85% of Republicans approve of the job he is doing. 84% of Democrats disapprove. The big news is that only 34% of independents give him a positive rating.

nbcnews.com/politics/first-read/trump-s-job-approval-stands-just-44-percent-partisan-splits-n725621


#14

And it’s those independents who have the ultimate case of buyer’s remorse.


#15

Exactly


#16

I can’t say that makes me feel much better.


#17

I heard Rasmussen has one higher but I’ve always heard it leans Republican.


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