It's war at the White House - new boy Scaramucci accuses Trump's Chief Of Staff of leaking

livingstone

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Nothing to see here folks - it was all part of Trump's strategy all along.

That's why he's just hit -24 approval in both Rasmussen and Gallup tracking polls today. Because historically low approval ratings are somehow part of the game plan, you see. Genius!
 


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Nothing to see here folks - it was all part of Trump's strategy all along.

That's why he's just hit -24 approval in both Rasmussen and Gallup tracking polls today. Because historically low approval ratings are somehow part of the game plan, you see. Genius!
No poll over the last week has given him less than more than -16, and he clearly took an extra hit from the chaos.

Rasmussen had such a Republican lean, it was a joke. FiveThirtyEight reckoned its lean averaged something like 5% to a Republican candidate. For Trump to be -24 on Rasmussen is an Earthquake.

Republicans have one other problem besides re-electing Trump - mid-term elections are usually bad for the party incumbent in the White House. Not always, but the President's popularity (or lack thereof) is usually a good predictor. In that case, November 2018 is going to be very interesting indeed.
 

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No poll over the last week has given him less than more than -16, and he clearly took an extra hit from the chaos.

Rasmussen had such a Republican lean, it was a joke. FiveThirtyEight reckoned its lean averaged something like 5% to a Republican candidate. For Trump to be -24 on Rasmussen is an Earthquake.

Republicans have one other problem besides re-electing Trump - mid-term elections are usually bad for the party incumbent in the White House. Not always, but the President's popularity (or lack thereof) is usually a good predictor. In that case, November 2018 is going to be very interesting indeed.


"less than more than"?
 

livingstone

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No poll over the last week has given him less than more than -16, and he clearly took an extra hit from the chaos.

Rasmussen had such a Republican lean, it was a joke. FiveThirtyEight reckoned its lean averaged something like 5% to a Republican candidate. For Trump to be -24 on Rasmussen is an Earthquake.

Republicans have one other problem besides re-electing Trump - mid-term elections are usually bad for the party incumbent in the White House. Not always, but the President's popularity (or lack thereof) is usually a good predictor. In that case, November 2018 is going to be very interesting indeed.
To be fair to Rasmussen - while they were way out in 2012, they were pretty spot on in November.
 


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