Zogby: Voters Support President Trump Executive Orders…

Zogby Analytics conducted a survey of voters in an attempt to cut through the chaff and disinformation evident in contradictory media polling.  Here’s their finding:

President Trump Approval

  • Strongly approve 28%
    Somewhat approve 19%  Total Approval 47%
  • Somewhat disapprove 9%
    Strongly disapprove 34%  Total Disapproval 43%
  • Not sure 9%

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Agree/Disagree on 90-Day Visa Ban

  • Strongly agree 33%
    Somewhat agree 19%  Total Agree 52%
  • Somewhat disagree 12%
    Strongly disagree 29%  Total Disagree 41%
  • Not sure 7%

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Additionally, the Rasmussen Daily Tracking Poll has Trump approval at 53%

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows that 53% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-seven percent (47%) disapprove.  (LINK)

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188 Responses to Zogby: Voters Support President Trump Executive Orders…

  1. ZZZ says:

    I have never been polled…there would be 4 Strongly Approve for Trump in this house if they would just ask us.

    🙂

    Liked by 37 people

  2. The Boss says:

    These favorable polls will cause the Vichy Media to double down on the fake news until either they drive all their readers / viewers away or they see Trump’s approval in the toilet where they want it. My sense is the VM goes suicidal. Bye bye Warren Buffett’s and Jeff Bezos’ newspaper investments.

    Liked by 14 people

    • Paul Killinger says:

      And don’t forget Mexican billionaire’s Carlos Slim’s New York Times.

      Liked by 4 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Yes, the pie chart makes it very clear what the Soros / Clinton / Obama / Lenin_Media strategy is:

      They need to demonize Trump’s weaker support, using the Agenda Media, into a kind of Stockholm syndrome, so that they can start floating the “impeachment” word and create a media narrative of opposition to Trump’s policies. I’m seeing the “Mpeach” strategy getting played by UIs (useful idiots) near the narrative deployment epicenters.

      Team Trump and Trump America are doing the right thing. The media asks for gasoline to pour on itself in protest, and we just keep providing it. Brian Stelter needs to be promoted, along with Keith Ellison, Nancy Pelosi, and all the moonbats. The Dems and the Enemedia need to go stark raving mad. Help them achieve their dreams of orgiastic, premature, radical expression. They need to KEEP acting out, and we can help them do it, and help them broadcast their own cray-cray.

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      • WSB says:

        Wolf, I am convinced we need to have one new boob tube channel…soon.

        LoFo voters need a place to turn to. The rest of us are fine, but this will be necessary within the next month or so. Trump just engaged his new FCC administrator. Let’s see where Ailes is, maybe a few others.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Yes – I agree – and big changes happening with FCC and FTC – much Obama damage may be undone. Knock on wood! But it looks more and more like the old media is irreparably damaged by the Marxists, and may require a full swap-in replacement, even if in stages.

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        • filia.aurea says:

          A factual presence in MSM is a MUST. Not another Fox News either, whose overall programming is a crock. As for weekends, they’re atrocious. The opposition is clearly continuing their Friday afternoon assaults.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        There’s some heavy duty grooming going on in the MSM, also. Flipped on the radio. Heard a glowing tribute of Kamilla Harris spew out. Complete with extensive biography, and ample mention of her “overcome adversity” status as the first african american attorney
        general of the United States. Had the same gut reaction as when the Breck Girl did his
        rebuttal to the State of the Union Address awhile back. Similar situation occurred prior
        the Presidential election when David Letterman had Fauxahontas on. You could almost
        hear the gearing up to push her as a Presidential contender.

        Folks, it’s WAY PAST time they start being headed off at the pass when they start a
        new model introduction like this: “Look at this year’s new model Democrat! New!
        Improved! Not a Republican! Not a racist! One of the approved victim groups that
        you can’t criticize!!!!!”

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      • deanbrh says:

        Yesterday Pelosi and Maxine Waters were cheering on the notion that Impeachment needs to happen soon, provoked me to duckduckgo that process.

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    • WSB says:

      Can you imagine 2018 interim election poll numbers being so far off, we’ll need to install a fence on the Pallisades in NY?

      Liked by 3 people

    • Panzerakc says:

      Or just announce that all those who approve are racists.

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  3. HBD says:

    We the people know the truth. That’s why we have a President Trump!

    Liked by 15 people

  4. Pam says:

    I ignore the phone calls because I don’t recognize the majority of the long distance numbers but you have three people in this house that fully support it.

    Liked by 4 people

    • That’s why you are “never polled”…you don’t answer your phone unless you know who is calling….I do during election time around dinner, that’s when they call.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Fe says:

      I don’t get calls from people I don’t know. We only use cell, no landline.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Joan says:

        Interesting. I get calls on my cell from people I don’t know.

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        • Fe says:

          very rarely I should correct myself do I get them, and then it is related to an account I have; however my husband gets them all the time and usually every day.

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      • Weirdly, I get many unknown callers on my cell phone…I have started answering so that I can tell them to stop calling me.

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        • Your Tour Guide says:

          Try having the same landline number as a closed down crackhouse. We got some of
          the most “interesting” 3 am calls you’d ever care to hear. When we got the # changed,
          I asked out of curiosity what area the number had last been located at. Holy, stereotype,
          Batman!!

          “From our records, that number was last located on Martin Luther King Boulevard”.

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          • John says:

            We once had a landline number that was just one digit off from a call girl service, and the one different digit was just one off, 8 instead of 7. So we got those calls all night long to the point we turned off our ringer after 10 PM.

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            • Concerned says:

              Did you mess with them first? That’s what I would have done. 🙂

              Liked by 1 person

            • Patriot Lady says:

              Something similar happened to me back in the 70’s…
              My husband and I had just moved to Cleveland. Our phone number’s last four digits were ‘1813’. The last 4 digits of Nationwide Auto Parts, a couple blocks from us, were ‘1818’. Unfortunately, when many of the phone books were printed that year, the second ‘8’ in Nationwide’s number was faded on the left side so that the ‘8’ looked like a ‘3’. I spent one year answering customer calls and giving them the correct number for Nationwide Auto Parts. Fortunately, it wasn’t a call girl service, but a store with daytime hours only, so we were bothered only during the day. And when the new books came out the following year, the printer did a better job– the 8’s were 8’s and the 3’s were 3’s. 😎

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  5. md070264 says:

    If they are using the same party percentages as the election polls, then it is a much better result for Trump.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Paul Killinger says:

      Exactly. And since Cali alone accounts for some 10% of the nation’s population, this indicates Americans are solidly behind our Prssident in most places.

      Liked by 2 people

  6. BobW462 says:

    I don’t know why Zogby’s “survey” would/should be considered any more reliable or trustworthy than most, but I do like their blackened chicken salad. 😉

    Liked by 8 people

  7. FLOTUS Melania #1 Fan says:

    My household reporting 100% agree bigly.

    Liked by 6 people

  8. Haven’t heard from Zogby in ages! I thought they quit polling after getting an election wrong a while ago. Maybe they just lost customers and recently got some back?

    Liked by 2 people

  9. Fe says:

    if I had my way, the 90 day ban on Muslim countries would be “the permanent ban on Islamic countries”

    Liked by 21 people

    • Oldschool says:

      I would like ALL immigration paused until we can get new vetting policies and all law enforcement on board as well as this sanctuary crap halted. If we can’t stop sanctuary cities, states, csmpuses, then stop all immigration.

      Liked by 15 people

    • Keln says:

      I’m for an indefinite moratorium on all immigration until jobs are plentiful for those of us already here, and our system can fiscally handle the burden of our already sizeable population. The only exception being those who bring something of value to our country or those with specialized skills that are needed or desired here.

      Get your house in order before you start inviting guests.

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      • Fe says:

        Yes!! Good old fashioned common sense 🙂

        Liked by 5 people

      • Landslide says:

        You got it. I live in San Antonio aka Little Mexico. Between the illegals, the wealthy Mex. nationals buying up real estate, and the large Arab refugee population they have brought in, I say ENOUGH!!! (like Trump, “I have a heart as big as anybody”, but we do not have a responsibility to save the world while we totally combust!)

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Agree big time. The next town over is a sanctuary VILLAGE. Was one square mile ,
        until they annexed some adjacent land to try and pay the taxes. In that one square mile
        are 53 nationalities. The last census that was taken showed that of the 8,600 persons
        living in that one square mile, 3 percent have European ancestry. Welcome to the Brave
        New World. It’s called Clarkston, Georgia.

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        • TakeBackOurRepublic says:

          That is really disturbing. Is it a thriving community or a no go zone?

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          • Your Tour Guide says:

            It’s not a no go zone. It’s a town that started to destroy itself 40 years ago with
            the stupidest zoning known to man. 75-80% of the city lives in an area that
            doesn’t cover 25% of the land area. The reason? Take a small, 1 square mile
            village. Full of farms on the outskirts. Zone all the spare land into apartment
            complexes. With a few exceptions, every street that you go on in Clarkston
            has some apartments on it somewhere. Some are very poorly kept up.

            Most are 90, 150, 300 units. Two nearby are over 600 units!! One was just
            zoned into the city limits. It has a fair amount of crime. It has more then it’s
            share of sex offenders, if you check the map. Rents are cheap. 6 refugee
            organizations feed into it. Nearby schools would sometimes have 150 plus
            new students show up within a 2 week period after disturbances happened
            overseas. The mayor is a young white guy. He’s completely clueless, to the
            point of signing a request for more Syrian Refugees to be sent there last year.

            Said mayor most likely is a trustifarian, because he held no significant, higher
            paying job prior to starting. Despite this, he managed to have campaign signs
            everywhere prior to the election. The sheer amount of signs that happened
            led YTG to the Trust fund baby conclusion. They also tend to have the
            most imbecilic politics going. By location alone, the town should be a hipster
            enclave. Their addiction to “diversity” ( and whoring federal $$$) keeps it from
            happening.

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            • nhgardengram says:

              This is the exact outcome from “Agenda 21” (first started by the UN some 30 or so years ago). Put the people squashed in little cities, preserve the green for the animals. It has been pushed locally in every city by our govt., HUD in particular. You get hooked to it by taking HUD money to “help” with the preservation projects that sound nice but that are started through rezoning and building projects HUD provides lots of $$ along with “recommendations only”; but once you take the money, the “recommendations” become rules. All this leads to places like Clarkston. The govt. OWNS them. Look up Agenda 21 on Google and read the fine print! If your town has signed on to this, watch out. Oh by the way, none of the elected officials are in the leadership on this. Outside leaders trained in convincing the public of these “responsible growth” ideas come in and hold charettes with the residents designed to lead them to a foregone conclusion. It all sounds nice, but the hook is there with the federal funds. This may not be what happened to Clarkston, but it is the desired outcome of Agenda 21.

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        • wondering999 says:

          Hm. “Clarkston is a city in DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. The population was 7,554 as of the 2010 census. The city is home to a campus of Georgia State Universities Perimeter College. wikipedia.org”
          http://georgia.gov/cities-counties/clarkston
          http://www.clarkstonga.gov/
          http://www.clarkstonga.gov/table/council-minutes/
          Maybe the minutes explain

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        • TakeBackOurRepublic says:

          YourTourGuide, I found a slew of information about Clarkston and how and why it’s been targeted for and overwhelmed by refugees. Read here https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2013/03/01/comment-worth-noting-clarkston-georgia-saturated-refugee-flow-is-being-reduced/

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          • Your Tour Guide says:

            Take back:
            Thanks. The information’s dated 2013, and much of what’s said is now out of date.
            The major reason being Clarkston’s latest mayor. Since that was written, said mayor
            signed a letter of request for ADDITIONAL Syrian resettlement into Clarkston. Prior
            to his election, the acting mayor ( and older black guy) was pleading with the state
            and feds to turn off the tap.

            Also, read up what’s said at the end of the piece. About the 3 month”self sufficiency”
            standards. There’s a racket going on big time in Georgia ( and probably elsewhere)
            with that between refugee sponsors and the refugee families. And, it’s not benefitting
            the refugees. The benefits they receive are for 6 months, according to someone I
            talk to on a regular basis. Said individual worked for a refugee org when they were
            in college. The refugee orgs would get them a job within 3 months ( so they were
            declared “self sufficient”), and maybe FLAT FORGET to tell the feds about it. Kept
            the other 3 months worth of some of the $$$. Occurred frequently.

            Finally, the Nepal influx. Big time. Our high school is zoned for part of Clarkston’s
            complexes. At one time, the way the county attendance boundaries are laid out
            diced Clarkston’s 1 square mile into 3 different high school feeds! So, a total of
            4 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and 3 high schools are drastically affected
            by Clarkston. Some are 6 miles away. The Nepal bump was noticed by my kids
            at their high school back around the time stated. About 200-300 students worth.

            The Nepal population does seem to be more docile then some others. We have
            two Nepal families in my subdivision, and they’re very nice people. Finally (whew!)
            Clarkston’s a way station. The vast majority of refugee and overseas families that
            progress financially get the hell out of dodge and move to better school districts
            once they can afford to. The best way to solve the Clarkston type problems
            would be to audit fraud and abuse, cut the money flow, and if they can’t justify
            where the money’s going, do the next step. Let the complexes go into foreclosure,
            and refuse further bond financing, HUD LIHTC monies. Then start firing up some
            bulldozers, and knock some complexes down. I, myself would like to see them do
            it be downsizing. 600 unit complexes would downsize to 450 tops. 300 units would
            become 200-250. 100 and less units would be zoned single family, as it would be
            financially possible.

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            • Your Tour Guide says:

              Final paragraph, that “by” downsizing, not “be”. Not enough coffee.

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            • TakeBackOurRepublic says:

              You, your family and community are directly impacted by the refugee industry. Please share the above info with the blogger of the Refugee Resettlement Watch since her information is somewhat dated. I’ve followed her for years and she’s a lone ranger doing her best to keep her followers informed. You are correct, the best way to stop the insanity is to cut the funding which is the incentive and means to continue demanding increased refugee resettlement here.

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      • Until post-1965 the USA had no dual citizenship and all immigration no matter how big had long periods of NO immigration following it to allow assimilation.

        This choking of the USA and the rest of the anglosphere by the third world mass welfare colonization is new in our experience.

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    • BobW462 says:

      The look on those snowflakes when POTUS announces:: “our 90 day review has indicated that we now need to extend indefinitely, and include several additional countries”.

      I can’t hardly wait for it.

      Liked by 10 people

    • Mary Kate Conly says:

      90 year ban on 90 countries, with 9 billion votes needed to overturn it.

      Liked by 6 people

    • Concerned says:

      Fe for President in 2024! 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

    • Black Beauty says:

      Finally, someone said it, besides Anne Coulter! Yes, we need an INDEFINITE ban on, actually, ALL immigration. We need a breather. And we need to show the door to the 40 million (not 11M) illegals. Theyhave been saying 11 million since REAGAN, while the borders stood undefended. 1 million legal immigrants, annually! Thanks to Teddy Kennedy. PLUS illegals. Give me a break!

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  10. Keln says:

    As if media polls have any credibility left after this past election.

    Liked by 14 people

  11. Trumppin says:

    The important part of polls is who is paying for them and what results are they buying….

    Liked by 9 people

  12. NHVoter says:

    Add 10-15 points to the approval numbers.

    I said this during the general election and I’ll say it again – Muslim immigration is not popular. If it was, Hillary would’ve won. People may not say it out loud, but most Americans do not want Muslim immigration. They don’t like going somewhere in their town or nearby and seeing hijabs. Muslim immigration is not popular.

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  13. Piper says:

    Every single person I know voted Trump! And I worked the polls for the primary and the general- my whole district- my neighbors- all voted for Trump with a handful voting for Crud and Killarney

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  14. WVPatriot says:

    I have not subscribed to a newspaper for at least 20 years…the area papers were bought by ONE corporation and offered ONE opinion. If I am not given the opportunity to decide for myself, I will not be force fed the agenda of a minute “elite” few.

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  15. In view of these poll results, I have a prediction about the 9th Circuit Court’s coming activities.
    The hearing for oral arguments is scheduled for 3 pm PST (!). That’s LATE for a court hearing unless the two sides only get half an hour or less each. We have discussed the win-win nature of this set up for Pres. Trump, but I doubt the non-CTH world has not tumbled to this. So….
    1. Court continues case to Wednesday or next week.
    2. Court recesses, takes a loooonnnnggg time to reach a decision on the Wash. Stare Judge’s ruling.
    3. White House and US Senate Repubs push Gorsuch nomination through. The DAY before the he is appointed, Ninth Circuit wakes up and makes a decision, which may be appealed no matter what is decided. Wy? Because the ruling could be so confusing, the “loser” would be hard to identify.
    4. This sets the stage for a YUGE argument about whether the new justice Gorsuch should be in on the SC deliberations and decision. Arguments DO NOT have to have any law or reason behind them.
    5. Meanwhile,
    a. all of Pres. Trump’s nominees slip through to approval.
    b. arrests of bad guys quietly take place – paid protesters, DC hackers, non-citizen or otherwise legal resident criminals, and so on.
    c. construction begins on unprotected portions of US southern border
    d.ISIS and other radical groups are killed or incarcerated
    e. none of the above is noted in the national press b/c they are foaming at the mouth about the contested Executive Order.
    f. Pres. Trump and his supporters smile.

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  16. Nationalist says:

    Here’ the only poll that I trust and can personally verify as accurate and unbiased…

    The Nationalist Poll shows 100% approval for President Trump

    Liked by 9 people

  17. Paul Killinger says:

    Hang on. He’s just getting started!

    Liked by 4 people

  18. LBB says:

    Rasmussen daily tracking at least uses 1500 likely voters.

    Gallup on the other hand uses phoned 1500 “national adults” , which tells me (based on many general election polls) that it probably includes some Undocumented Visitors (illegals)

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  19. gettherejustassoon says:

    This is informal and based solely on what I’ve heard. Those who were Never-Trumpers are still of the same mind. Those who were die-hard supporters remain the same, some even more so. All the rest between these two positions are either becoming more convinced to be a supporter or while acknowledging some what he has done as acceptable there is lingering leeriness of him.

    This sounds much like the position most of them had when they voted, with slight changes to favorable or unfavorable.

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  20. TimeIsNow says:

    I believe President Trump has actually picked up some favorably, due to talking to people at the Senior Center I go to that use to be totally anti-Trump, now are beginning to be open to his platforms.

    Liked by 6 people

  21. Rebel Mope says:

    I’m not buying their polling. The pie chart is purposely rearranged to obfuscate. The numbers of people that refuse to answer are the same as during the election- they are using the same methods. Historically– even with Obama- the new president gets a bump after the election. This hasn’t happened according to these pollsters. Nor has the “honeymoon”.
    Maybe if they added 12% to the Trump side I would believe it, but for me- just more Fake News.

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    • Notmeagain says:

      I was going to say, if someone wanted to create a false impression with numbers, the #1 time-honored way is with a pie chart that is edge on to the viewer. Your brain can hardly help but see the nearer section as “bigger” than the back sections. Everyone who knows statistcs knows this illusion. I automatically am skeptical of any report with such a chart.

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      • wondering999 says:

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Misleading_graph
        “Edward Tufte, a prominent American statistician noted why tables may be preferred to pie charts in The Visual Display of Quantitative Information:

        “Tables are preferable to graphics for many small data sets. A table is nearly always better than a dumb pie chart; the only thing worse than a pie chart is several of them, for then the viewer is asked to compare quantities located in spatial disarray both within and between pies – Given their low data-density and failure to order numbers along a visual dimension, pie charts should never be used.[5]”

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  22. buzzybee says:

    The country is still divided (liberals/socialists vs conservatives/patriots) BUT I believe Trump is just getting warmed up. He’s a very hard worker. It will take time to drain the swamp. His cabinet choices are a great start. I can hardly wait to see what’s next.

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  23. Sharon says:

    I’m not under the impression that President Trump is looking for anyone’s approval. Seems to me he’s doing what he said he would do if he was elected. He was looking for votes during the campaign – now he’s looking for results, which will get him the votes next time around if he chooses.

    He is not checking to see which way the breeze is blowing – which is why he leaves them dizzy – which is fine with me.

    Such polls do illustrate how many ignorant people occupy this country – other that that – pfffffttttt on polls. I still can’t figure out who on earth the 44% or whatever were who still thought obama was so cool.

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    • Fake Nametag says:

      Agreed. If he has about 40% strong approval, 15% who don’t care, and 45% who strongly disagree with him, I’d be thrilled. That would mean the die hard supporters are still on board, the NeverTrumpers are indifferent, and the libtards are suicidal. When we have those poll numbers, we’ll know he’s doing exactly what is needed for our country.

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  24. jstanley01 says:

    After the MSM’s no-holds-barred propaganda blitz since the Inauguration, the best they can do is lose ground?

    “Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” – Albert Einstein

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  25. Bob says:

    Once again, the only polls that matter are those of “registered voters” in swing states and red states where Dem Senators and Reps are up in 18. The poll would be done by Kelly Anne’s people. You’ll never see those results but I assure you they are in the 60-70 range. Remember folks, absolutely no one cares what liberals in CA, IL and NY thinks. Their opinion is irrelevant.

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  26. Owlen Rose says:

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    • BobW462 says:

      51% is too low. But, that’s not really what IBD is pushing here. This poll is all about selling “approval ratings are low”. Fake Poll.

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      • Owlen Rose says:

        I disagree, IBD was very accurate throughout the election. It was only 1 of 2 polls I trusted. It picked Trump to win the election. There’s a lot of negative press out there, and despite that, it still shows a majority favor the ban.

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        • BobW462 says:

          That’s fine. But, “a majority favoring the ban”, and “the country moving in right direction” (completely non-committal, BTW) are no brainers. Both have been touted as majority current opinion by various outlets.

          So, from my perspective, the only real reason to come out with this poll is to push the approval rating angle.

          It’s just how they play the game, my friend.

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          • Owlen Rose says:

            Wrong. Click the link and read the article. Notice the headline. These guys are not pushing anything, they’re not a MSM poll. It has all postives and one negative (approval rating) They have a good track record. We can’t dismiss things based on incredulity. (I believe his approval rating is low because of the MSM personal portrayal of him, that will change over time.) Their sampling is more in tune with the country’s make up. From the article:

            “The public is more upbeat about the economy, too, with 55% saying it is improving, up from 49% before the November elections. That includes 58% of self-described investors, who were cheered by the stock market rally since Trump’s election and the Dow Jones industrial average topping 20,000.”

            “The poll also shows widespread confidence that Trump will make good on his key promises of bringing back manufacturing jobs (64% are confident he’ll do this), building the border wall (58%), repealing and replacing ObamaCare (67%) and cutting and simplifying taxes (53%). Confidence in Trump’s ability to defeat ISIS was split, 49% to 48%.

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          • Wendy says:

            Two contradictory results in this poll makes me wonder…. So majority thinks the country moving in the right direction but PTrump has low approval rating? Obama had majority approval rating (over 50%) but high majority thought the country moving the wrong direction. Polls are bogus.

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      Did not go the internals, but 885 people sampled is too small for accurate national polling. That said, yes, IBD was one of the more accurate election polls.

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  27. Nationalist says:

    Polls? Really?

    Haven’t we learned our lesson yet?

    Perhaps we should just laugh at them for the absolute propaganda joke that they are and then quickly move on.

    Liked by 4 people

  28. JAS says:

    WE get call ALL the TIME. I never answer but my wife does occasionally. Once she tells them she’s with Trump they immediately hang up! Talk about unbiased polling :).

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  29. luke says:

    I’m sorry to say that it is just a matter of time before the Practioners of the Religion of Peace violently strike out. And once again Trump is going to look like the smartest guy in the room.

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  30. thetrain2016 says:

    Which executive orders? All of them? The muslim thing? What about sampling? Very sketchy. Who paid for the poll? … Most likely a leftist agenda poll.

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  31. solomonpal says:

    It always boils down to that 30/34 % or so of hard core leftists in this country. They are causing the trouble. They are the enemy.

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  32. unconqueredone says:

    I expect there to be a concerted effort by the usual (anti-Trump) suspects to lull Trump supporters to complacency while we are quietly being stabbed in the back. Polls like this point out he has support- “but really less than half the country” they’ll say. “After all, he didn’t win the pop vote and is governing by EO fiat” or so they’ll go on. Then subsequent polls will show an erosion of support in order to give the MSM and Co. a stronger argument against any effort Trump makes, no matter the issue. They’re adding water to make mud so that all efforts lose traction.

    IMHO, if we truly want to have his back, we’d better figure out how to push back and quickly, Any bright ideas?

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    • Give it Time says:

      Yes. Massive protests at each and every MSM headquarters…. and I mean massive. We are talking Occupy Wall Street type of protests with people just camping out in front of their locations. I want Good Morning America and NBC mroning shows to have to black out their windows. In addition protests need to start taking place strategically at each of the GOPe reps home offices.

      Public shunning of libtards needs to start occurring. If you live in the LA area head up to Calabasas and Westlake Village and start trolling the luxury parking lots for celebrities. (No violence needed)

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  33. rsanchez1990 says:

    President Trump knows the voters support him. He has access to the same data we do, and to a lot of data we can’t access:

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  34. Concerned says:

    Anyone who answered “Not Sure” should not be allowed to vote.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Concerned says:

    I am fully expecting large-scale Soros-funded protests at airports if the appeals court reinstates the travel ban. They’ve had days to prepare, print their signs, pick out their bandanas, and purchase incendiary devices. It will not be pretty. I hope the police are on top of it.

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    • missmarple2 says:

      I consider those airport demonstrations a security risk. It would be very easy for a suiciode bomber to infiltrate and detonate.

      I think they should make them demonstrate outside the airports.

      Liked by 4 people

      • wondering999 says:

        Agree. Surprised the airlines don’t raise objections. I find traveling hairy enough — what with all the inspection, patting down, arms-raised-through-an-Xray business that takes hours longer than you’d expect. Then to march through a mass of masked goons? Nope. I’ll Skype thankyouverymuch, no need to travel.

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  36. Pigg says:

    Of course I support this ban. The problem seems bigger than I first imagined though.
    We need to find a way to end the money and support the left is getting which is used to destroy us.
    Please see the corruption that we need to stop in story below.

    http://slatestarcodex.com/2017/02/02/guest-post-the-international-refugee-assistance-program/

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    • Wendy says:

      They have unlimited funds. The billionaires are funding these NGOs and I bet they get tax deductions,too! We need Judge Gorsuch in SCOTUS ASAP!

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  37. Rondo says:

    The trouble with our Liberal friends is not that they’re ignorant; it’s just that they know so much that isn’t so. Ronald Reagan

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  38. Oldtradesman says:

    OK, I’ll say it. Trump is faced with overt acts of sedition.

    Clearly we should be inspired by the spirit of Abraham Lincoln. At the same time we must build on his legacy and adapt it for modern 21st Century conditions.

    Suspend habeas corpus, as President Lincoln did. Order the arrest and indefinite detention of James L. Robart, as well as traitors on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, sending them to the custody of the Joint Task Force Guantanamo Bay (for enhanced interrogation), just as Maryland state officials were held at Fort McHenry for the duration of the War Between The States.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Habeas_corpus_in_the_United_States#Suspension_during_the_Civil_War

    Trump is right to celebrate Lincoln now.

    Get the troops ready for Sacramento, Albany, NYC, Chicago and other localities. We’ve found the solution for Democratic controlled state and municipal governments.

    Arrest California Governor Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown, Secretary of State Alex Padilla, LA Mayor Gil “Snowflake” Garcetti, Willie Brown Jr., San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, etc.

    To hell with CNN and UC administrators.

    As for who should carry out the “arrests” of judges, it should clearly be the USN’s DEVGRU.

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  39. willvecchio says:

    I need some advice. My small businesses use Square for payments. Square, Inc. is on the wrong side of the immigration issue and has joined Washington and Minnesota in law suit against Pres. Trump.

    Is there a good alternative for this kind of service?

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  40. MeThePeople says:

    They didn’t poll me.
    I totally support President Trump

    Liked by 1 person

  41. psadie says:

    It’s a Zogby Poll…so I believe those who approve of President Trump is much higher than 47%.

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  42. Syna Flores says:

    Because he is right & honor of US, if we insult him, it will be insult of whole US country.

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  43. Ron says:

    The only people in this poll who are against Trump’s orders are the ones who say ‘strongly disagree’. Even some of those may actually agree but are lying about it.

    All the others are varying levels of agreement. When they poll these people, they’re polling them about something caustic, and there’s an expectation that the pollster wants to label you a bigot…. so people say all kinds of things “Oh, i’m not sure” or “I have some reservations” or “I somewhat agree” etc… all of that means “I support President Trump but don’t want to tell you because you’ll call me a racist”.

    In other words, at least 66% of those polled (poll was probably mainly democrats, too by the way) support Trump.

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