posted on Aug, 26 2019 @ 06:13 PM
a reply to: InTheLight
First, let's start with from where you are receiving your information. Using a plus/minus system, FiveThirtyEight recently compiled statistics to
compare political pollsters to find out who was most unbiased and most factual. Their results can be found here:
Which Pollsters To Trust
I typically steer clear of any major news network because of obvious bias but I will reference FOX News because of their obvious bias towards
Republican politics. Monmouth University & Emerson are the top two and with regards to accuracy past results, are typically the ONLY sources of
information I trust. When the Wall Street Journal & Washington Post suggested that Rasmussen was the most accurate, I knew the fix was in because they
aren't even close to the most accurate and in fact, Rasmussen is one of the most biased pollsters in the business.
Even if you wanted to check the Bastion of the Right that is FOX News, their findings on August 15th, 2019 indicated a 43%
approval rating. The
thing about FOX is that they only polled registered voters. The sample was 1,013 which is pretty typical. Monmouth used a sample of 800 but it was all
adults in general.
Trump Approval Rating August 2019:
FOX News: 43%
So no. You are not even close to accurate. Sorry.
edit on 26-8-2019 by TemplarLoyalty because: Spacing