Think about it. This is how the media justifies their false narrative. The very opinions they survey are based on what people know about the story. And where does the majority of that knowledge come from? Yep, the same media reporting the poll results.
See how that works. Create a false narrative of guilt by supposition without presenting the facts, then justify your supposition reporting of guilt by citing the poll showing people have the same suppositions.
CNN Poll: 73% of Americans Want Police To Arrest Zimmerman For Shooting Death of Trayvon Martin – One month after the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, nearly three out of four Americans say the police should arrest the neighborhood watch volunteer who pulled the trigger, according to a new national survey.
And the CNN/ORC International poll released Monday also indicates that three-quarters of the public says that neighborhood watch members should not be allowed to carry weapons.
Seventy-three percent of people questioned in the survey say that George Zimmerman should be arrested, with 11% disagreeing and 16% unsure. Zimmerman admits to shooting and killing Martin, an unarmed African-American teenager, in Sanford, Florida, on February 26.
“Nearly two-thirds of whites and 86% of non-whites say Zimmerman should be arrested,” says CNN Polling Director Keating Holland, “as well as majorities of Republicans, Democrats and independent voters.” (read more)
It’s the same method the media used to wrongly convict Atlanta Olympic Park bomber Richard Jewell. They create the narrative of guilt, then report supposition to support their creation.