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westwall said:
Stolen elections don't count Mr. Chinese propagandist

It is fake claims of stolen elections that don't count, even after such a lie incites goons to attack democracy, you silly boy.

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westwall said:
Stolen elections don't count Mr. Chinese propagandist

It is fake claims of stolen elections that don't count, even after such a lie incites goons to attack democracy, you silly boy.







The claims are not fake. What ARE fake are your claims to care about this country. Every time xiden does something to weaken this country, you applaud.

Because you are a Chinese stooge.
 

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You can set your conditions for the public, but the public may not bow to your demands.
The Democrats should heed that more then.
So far, for the public, it's largely a matter of "what you see is what you get" as their President fulfills the expectations of the American electorate that placed him in the White House:

Country optimistic after Biden’s 1st 100 days: POLL
Nearly two-thirds of Americans say the country is headed in the right direction.
[Country optimistic after Biden’s 1st 100 days: POLL]

Biden has passed the 100-day mark of his presidency with an approval rating north of 50%, unlike his predecessor Donald Trump. There are a lot of reasons why that may be the case, such as an improving economic and coronavirus pandemic situation.

But let me offer up another simple explanation: Biden is who voters believed he would be as president.
You can see this best ideologically. Much has been made by some that Biden's agenda has ended up being more progressive than promised. Yet when you look at polls like the new ABC News/Washington Post poll, basically the same percentage of Americans believe Biden's stances on the issues are about right.
You can also see this when you ask people about Biden's ideology straight up.

Different polls ask about this in different ways, but I've converted them all into a 0 to 100 score with 0 being most conservative, 25 being somewhat conservative, 50 being moderate, 75 being somewhat liberal and 100 being most liberal. I've also allocated undecideds.
Biden averages a score of 69, according to an average of polls taken since he entered the White House. You see this well in an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll where Biden scores a 66, according to my methodology.
In the polls taken in the months leading up to the 2020 election, his ideological score averaged a 69.
Americans see Biden as the same ideologically now as they did in the lead up to the election...
A lot of presidents tend to be popular at first. Rarely are they popular after a term or 2.
 

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You can set your conditions for the public, but the public may not bow to your demands.
The Democrats should heed that more then.
So far, for the public, it's largely a matter of "what you see is what you get" as their President fulfills the expectations of the American electorate that placed him in the White House:

Country optimistic after Biden’s 1st 100 days: POLL
Nearly two-thirds of Americans say the country is headed in the right direction.
[Country optimistic after Biden’s 1st 100 days: POLL]

Biden has passed the 100-day mark of his presidency with an approval rating north of 50%, unlike his predecessor Donald Trump. There are a lot of reasons why that may be the case, such as an improving economic and coronavirus pandemic situation.

But let me offer up another simple explanation: Biden is who voters believed he would be as president.
You can see this best ideologically. Much has been made by some that Biden's agenda has ended up being more progressive than promised. Yet when you look at polls like the new ABC News/Washington Post poll, basically the same percentage of Americans believe Biden's stances on the issues are about right.
You can also see this when you ask people about Biden's ideology straight up.

Different polls ask about this in different ways, but I've converted them all into a 0 to 100 score with 0 being most conservative, 25 being somewhat conservative, 50 being moderate, 75 being somewhat liberal and 100 being most liberal. I've also allocated undecideds.
Biden averages a score of 69, according to an average of polls taken since he entered the White House. You see this well in an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll where Biden scores a 66, according to my methodology.
In the polls taken in the months leading up to the 2020 election, his ideological score averaged a 69.
Americans see Biden as the same ideologically now as they did in the lead up to the election...
A lot of presidents tend to be popular at first. Rarely are they popular after a term or 2.
They're particularly popular when certain demographics are being over sampled on purpose.
 
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westwall said:
The claims are not fake.

What ARE fake are your claims to care about this country. Every time xiden does something to weaken this country, you applaud.
If the fake claims that you were taught to parrot had any merit, where are the exposés of any of the thousands of co-conspirators? The explanations of how they all collaborated and coordinated their caper? The indictments of at least one or two of all the perpetrators of the massive election hoax? Instead, there is just interminable pissing and moaning with no recourse to reality.

Yes, multiple independent surveys confirm that most Americans approve of the President they elected.
 
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Oddball said:
They're particularly popular when certain demographics are being over sampled on purpose.

Did you make that up all by yourself, or do you have any actual empirical data to sustain your claim?
 
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Utilitarian said:
A lot of presidents tend to be popular at first. Rarely are they popular after a term or 2.

The Former Guy maintained his unpopularity throughout his one term before it dropped a few points further after his goons attacked Congress.

His predecessor was at 51% approval at the end of his first term, and 59% at the end of his second.

Naturally, all patriotic Americans hope that any president they elect is successful in serving the nation.

"So far, so good," is the best that can ever be said, but the portents are generally auspicious for the ongoing recovery.
 

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