The impeachment polls from the fake news media have been terrible for Trump.
But they are twisting the numbers to fit their own agenda.
This new poll made Donald Trump dance for joy when he found out the results.
The novelist Mark Twain once famously said, “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.”
Bad statistics can be used to mislead and straight up lie to the public.
Nowhere can this be more clearly seen than in the 2016 election.
Every major poll claimed that Hillary Clinton was going to win in a landslide.
There is clearly a heavily liberal bias to the polls but there have been no moves to make the polls more accurate.
It may be that the current way of collecting data is outdated and that phone surveys aren’t as accurate as they used to be because many people no longer have landline phones or have screening methods to avoid annoying survey calls.
Or it may be that the Democratic polling institutions are trying to make it appear that there are insurmountable obstacles to Republicans winning and that they are speaking for the public.
Nancy Pelosi said in recent days, “This week, we have seen increased outside validation of our efforts to hold the President accountable.”
But even though Nancy Pelosi is trying to make her partisan circus legitimate through her use of statistics, a new poll shows that she has made the worst mistake of her career.
Most voters do think Trump will be impeached but they also think that he is going to win the 2020 election.
“In the Zogby Analytics survey provided exclusively to Secrets:
Likely voters, 53% to 40%, support the House impeachment inquiry.
By a margin of 47%-41%, they support impeachment.
And by a wide gap of 46% to 33%, voters ‘believe President Trump will win re-election in 2020.’”
Pollster Jonathan Zogby said, “Maybe this is the perfect storm for a Trump win in 2020. He has survived every crisis imaginable, and maybe he will become the first president to be impeached and reelected. Sounds crazy, but in the case of Donald Trump, not that crazy.”
The poll asked the public if they approved of Trump’s action and found that they didn’t, 46% to 40%, with 14% not sure.
But the driving theme in the poll analysis is that in the end, Trump is likely to come out a winner.
“’Although voters support the impeachment inquiry and the impeachment of President Trump, it’s not as black and white as it seems. The issue of how this impacts Trump’s presidency is quite gray, and the reason for that is voters we surveyed still think the president is going to win reelection in 2020,’ said Zogby, the son of pollster and author John Zogby who teams with Jed Babbin in the weekly Secrets Trump Report Card published on Saturdays.”
Even though the polls look bad for Trump, Americans still think that he has the ability to win.
The good thing about impeachment is that Democrats won’t be able to get away with empty insults.
They will have to prove their allegations.
And the American people will get a chance to see how empty all their accusations are.
Do you think that Trump will win reelection in 2020?
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