WASHINGTON — President Trump on Monday hired a pollster to scrutinize a CNN poll that pegged him at an approval rating of just 38 percent in the wake of historic civil unrest, his worst since January 2019.
The analysis from long-time GOP pollster John McLaughlin, which Trump shared on Twitter, accused CNN of deliberately under-polling Republicans and those likely to vote in what he claimed was an attempt to suppress the president’s supporters.
“They continue to poll adults or registered voters that skew away from likely voters,” McLaughlin wrote in the letter addressed to Trump on Monday.
A CNN poll, perhaps it is not trustworthy.
More suggesting the polling was flawed.