Discussion in 'Race Relations/Racism' started by IM2, Sep 2, 2018.
Except there were 96 not 11.
Rasmussen is another boogeyman for anti-intellectuals while being easily the most accurate pollster for over a decade.
After 2020 you will wonder why you made dumbass posts like this. You aren’t even going to win anything this year and you are throwing everything you have at it while Republicans are largely complacent.
You will no longer be able to worship Farrakhan and cry about “racism”. Karma is going to wipe out what is left of the party.
Rasmussen has a long history of "inaccurate polls" that favor Republicans.
Miraculously their polls get more accurate the closer we get to elections...providing cover after they have exerted their slanted influence
36% approval among blacks after they voted 8% in 2016???
And imagine if this had been an Obama rally and in the midst of black supporters he spotted a white person and had said
"Look at my caucasian".
I wonder what the reaction to that would have been?
I don’t know about that — 3% sounds a bit high
I doubt that junior.
That would have been the end of his campaign.
But that doesn't stop Republicans from lying. Apparently lying works for them.
President Trump recently bragged about his support among African Americans, saying his poll numbers had "doubled." His claim has been repeated thousands of times on TV and online. Some media figures have treated it as fact.
But it's not. The news organization responsible for the poll, Reuters, says its data is being misconstrued.
Here's the story of how it happened -- showing how right-wing web sites, Trump supporters on social media, and the president spread misleading information so easily.
This matters because Trump supporters were left with the impression that the president is gaining support from African Americans, an idea that is not backed up by data.
(CNN's latest poll conducted by SSRS has Trump at just 7% approval among African Americans. The last time CNN polled, in March, it was at 11%.)
Stelter: How Trump's false claim about African American support happened
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