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Post #151 by p0rtia » Wed Apr 05, 2017 7:05 pm

ZekeB wrote:
p0rtia wrote:Sometimes I think of the Peter Principle.

IMO Trump reached that point when his daddy finished paying 45s way through college.


So you're saying we're gonna need a bigger Peter Principle.


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Post #152 by ZekeB » Wed Apr 05, 2017 8:39 pm

p0rtia wrote:So you're saying we're gonna need a bigger Peter Principle.

Rumour has it that he does.



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Post #153 by p0rtia » Wed Apr 05, 2017 9:38 pm

ZekeB wrote:
p0rtia wrote:So you're saying we're gonna need a bigger Peter Principle.

Rumour has it that he does.


That ain't the rumor I've heard.


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Post #154 by ZekeB » Thu Apr 06, 2017 6:47 am

p0rtia wrote:That ain't the rumor I've heard.

Feel free to do the research. I shall demur, thank you. :P



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Post #155 by RTH10260 » Thu Apr 06, 2017 7:35 am

p0rtia wrote:
ZekeB wrote:
p0rtia wrote:Sometimes I think of the Peter Principle.

IMO Trump reached that point when his daddy finished paying 45s way through college.


So you're saying we're gonna need a bigger Peter Principle.

Bigger or bloated, or just inflatable with huuuuuge amount of hot air :?:



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Post #156 by p0rtia » Thu Apr 06, 2017 8:47 am

ZekeB wrote:
p0rtia wrote:That ain't the rumor I've heard.

Feel free to do the research. I shall demur, thank you. :P


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Post #157 by p0rtia » Thu Apr 06, 2017 8:50 am

RTH10260 wrote:
p0rtia wrote:
ZekeB wrote:IMO Trump reached that point when his daddy finished paying 45s way through college.


So you're saying we're gonna need a bigger Peter Principle.

Bigger or bloated, or just inflatable with huuuuuge amount of hot air :?:


I've actually had it cross my mind that it might be the Peter Principle that gets us into WWIII. And you remember the famous WWIII knock-knock joke.

:panic:


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Post #158 by Addie » Mon Apr 10, 2017 11:48 am

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Trump still can’t buy a vote of confidence ...

A new CBS News poll — the first live-caller poll to test reactions to the strikes — shows 57 percent of Americans agree with the decision Trump made. His approval rating, meanwhile, edged up to 43 percent, with about half (49 percent) still disapproving.

But Americans were even more emphatic about what they don't want to see next: any other unilateral strikes authorized by Trump or further involvement, period. And there is basically no vote of confidence when it comes to Trump's leadership.

Seven in 10 — including a majority of Republicans — said Trump needs to obtain authorization from Congress for any more strikes. And a majority — 54 percent — say they are “uneasy” about Trump's approach to the situation in Syria, with just 41 percent expressing confidence in him.

And finally, just 18 percent say they would like to see American ground troops in the civil war, which features Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's government forces; the Islamic State, also known as ISIS; and more moderate opposition forces. An additional 30 percent say they are okay with airstrikes — but many of them apparently want authorization first.


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Post #159 by Addie » Thu Apr 13, 2017 9:44 am

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CBS Poll: Americans lack confidence in Trump's ability to handle North Korea

More than half of Americans are worried about President Donald Trump’s ability to handle the situation with North Korea’s nuclear program, according to a new CBS News poll.

Fifty-six percent of respondents described themselves as “uneasy” about Mr. Trump’s capabilities, while 39 percent said they were “confident” in his ability.

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On the plus side for Mr. Trump, a growing number of Americans say that he is not “too friendly” toward the Russian government. Forty-eight percent now say his approach to Russia is “about right,” and only 35 percent say he is too friendly. In February, that number was 43 percent.

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Post #160 by Addie » Mon Apr 17, 2017 11:17 am

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Most Americans don’t trust President Trump: poll

The number of Americans who believe President Donald Trump keeps his promises has dropped from 62 percent to 45 percent in just two months, according to a survey released on Monday by Gallup Polls.

While it is already well-documented that President Trump has a serious image problem among millennials — a majority of whom do not view him as a legitimate president — it now turns out that a majority of all Americans don’t believe their president will keep his promises.

Whereas 53 percent of respondents felt that Trump, who’s campaign slogan was “Make America Great Again, is a president who “can bring about changes this country needs” when polled in Febrarury, only 46 percent feel that way now. And while even 35 percent of Americans who disapproved of Trump conceded that he kept his promises as of February, that number dropped to only 11 percent in April. He has also dropped when it comes to being “a strong and decisive leader,” 59 percent to 52 percent, and being “honest and trustworthy,” from 42 percent to 36 percent. ...

“Trump took office facing challenges in winning public support that are unique for a modern-day president,” wrote Gallup’s Jim Norman. “A majority of Americans viewed him unfavorably before his inauguration, and this continues to be true today.”


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Post #161 by Slim Cognito » Mon Apr 17, 2017 12:47 pm

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Most Americans don’t trust President Trump: poll

The number of Americans who believe President Donald Trump keeps his promises has dropped from 62 percent to 45 percent in just two months, according to a survey released on Monday by Gallup Polls.


Better duck. As soon as Trump hears about this, somebody's gettin' bombed and this time it may be California.



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Post #162 by Addie » Mon Apr 17, 2017 1:38 pm

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Pew: Trump, GOP dragged down by internal party divisions

President Trump has a lower approval rating at this point in his administration than any of the five previous presidents, according to a Pew Research Center survey released Monday.

Trump registers a 39 percent approval rating. Of his five immediate predecessors, only Bill Clinton was below the 50 percent mark in April of his first term, when his rating was 49 percent favorable. ...

The Pew survey found that the public’s confidence in Trump to work effectively with Congress has plunged from 60 percent in December to 46 percent. A plurality of respondents — 45 percent — say that Trump’s policies have put the U.S. in a weaker position internationally, compared with only 31 percent who said the U.S. is in a stronger position. ...

Republicans are viewed as stronger on gun rights, trade and taxes, as well as the top two issues to voters: terrorism and the economy. ...

Last year, Republicans had the advantage on foreign policy, 46 percent to 38 percent. Now, Democrats are up, 49 percent to 36 percent.


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Post #163 by Addie » Tue Apr 18, 2017 11:14 am

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Majority Say Wealthy Americans, Corporations Taxed Too Little

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- As President Donald Trump and Republican leaders strategize about tax reform, the majority of U.S. adults believe that upper-income people and corporations are paying too little in taxes. In contrast, about half of Americans say middle- and lower-income people pay too much, while the other half says these groups are currently paying their fair share or are not paying enough. ...

Americans' views of lower-income people's taxes are broadly similar to their views of taxes on those who are middle income. About half say both groups pay too much.

At the same time, Americans are more likely to believe lower-income people pay too little than say this about middle-income people. The belief that lower-income people pay too little in taxes rose from 10% in 2005, during the Bush administration, to as high as 24% during the Barack Obama administration in 2012 -- before dropping to 14% this year.

These shifts mainly reflect Republicans' shifting views. In 2005, 15% of Republicans said lower-income people pay too little in taxes. This rose to 40% by 2012, but fell back to 24% this year. Few Democrats have held the belief that lower-income people pay too little in taxes in any of these years.


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Post #164 by Addie » Wed Apr 19, 2017 2:12 pm

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Trump’s approval rating still underwater, polls show

The number of Americans who disapprove of President Trump’s job performance continues to exceed the number who approve, according to several polls released in the last few days.

Forty-one percent of Americans in a Gallup survey released Tuesday said they approve of the job the president is doing, but 52 percent said they disapprove – a net disapproval of 11 percent.

In a Reuters/Ipsos survey of Americans released the same day, Mr. Trump’s approval rating stood at 43 percent, with a disapproval rating of 52 percent – a net disapproval of nine percent.

A Marist survey released last Friday revealed similar findings: 39 percent of registered voters said they approve of Mr. Trump’s job performance, while 49 percent said they disapprove -- a net disapproval of 10 percent.

By comparison, the latest CBS News survey, released last week, found Mr. Trump’s approval rating at 43 percent and his disapproval at 49 percent.


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Post #165 by Addie » Wed Apr 19, 2017 4:06 pm

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April 19, 2017 - U.S. Voters Support Syria Bombing 2-1, Lifting Trump; Quinnipiac University National Poll Finds; Voters Divided On Trump's Handling Of North Korea

American voters say 61 - 31 percent President Donald Trump's decision to launch a missile strike in Syria was the right decision, giving him a slight lift in his job approval rating, although it still is a negative 40 - 56 percent, according to a Quinnipiac University national poll released today.

American voters' opinions of some of Trump's personal qualities are still mostly negative:

58 - 37 percent that he is not honest, compared to 61 - 34 percent April 4;
55 - 40 percent that he does not have good leadership skills, unchanged;
57 - 42 percent that he does not care about average Americans, little change;
63 - 33 percent that he is not level-headed, compared to 66 - 29 percent;
61 - 36 percent that he is a strong person, compared to 64 - 33 percent;
58 - 38 percent that he is intelligent, compared to 60 - 35 percent;
61 - 35 percent that he does not share their values, virtually unchanged. "With only a slight bombing bump, President Donald Trump stays mired in miserable numbers. The first 100 days draw to a close with character flaws overwhelming his strongest traits, intelligence and strength as a person," said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.


American voters disapprove 56 - 40 percent of the way Trump is handling foreign policy. His grades on handling other issues are:

49 percent approve of the way he is handling U.S. policy toward Syria and 45 percent disapprove;
Disapprove 49 - 42 percent of the way he is handling the economy;
Disapprove 51 - 44 percent of the way he is handling terrorism;
Disapprove 58 - 39 percent of the way he is handling immigration;
Disapprove 61 - 31 percent of the way he is handling the environment.


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Post #166 by Addie » Thu Apr 20, 2017 12:12 pm

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Democrats Have Big Enthusiasm Edge for 2018 ...

One reason for the comparative lack of Republican excitement may be the continued unpopularity of Donald Trump. Only 43% of voters approve of the job he's doing to 50% who disapprove. The core promise of Trump's campaign was to 'Make America Great Again,' but only 35% of voters actually think he's accomplished that goal to 55% who think he hasn't.

Foreign policy has taken on a larger role in the national discussion in recent weeks and Trump's leadership on that front isn't inspiring a ton of confidence. 39% of voters think he will get the United States into World War III during his Presidency, to just 40% of voters who don't think he's going to have that effect. Trump has continued to attack the Obama administration's approach to foreign policy lately, but by a 51/39 spread voters think Obama had a better handle on foreign policy than Trump. And by a 51/43 split, voters would rather still have Obama than Trump as President overall.

One finding that may best sum it all up when it comes to how down voters are on Trump: by a 42/40 spread, they have a higher opinion of United Airlines than they do of him.

Other findings from our national poll: ...

-The Russia issue isn't going anywhere- 61% of voters want an independent investigation into Russia's involvement in the 2016 Presidential election and ties to key Trump aides, compared to only 29% of voters opposed to such an investigation. A majority of voters- 55%- continues to believe that Russia wanted Trump to win the election to only 22% who think it wanted Clinton to win (although Trump voters claim 42/22 that they think it wanted Clinton to win.)

The finding of an independent investigation could be devastating to Trump's presidency. Right now voters are pretty evenly divided with 41% believing members of Trump's campaign team worked in association with Russia to help Trump win the election and 40% saying they don't think there was any direct coordination. But if it does come out that Russia and Trump's team were working together, only 38% of voters think Trump should continue serving as President to 52% who think he should resign.

Just 35% of voters consider the Russia story to be 'fake news.'


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Post #167 by Addie » Thu Apr 20, 2017 1:24 pm

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Poll: Voters support allowing Syrian refugees

A majority of voters now support admitting refugees from Syria into the United States, a reversal from a year-and-a-half ago, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday.

Fifty-seven percent of registered voters support accepting Syrian refugees into the country, the poll shows, while only 38 percent oppose accepting refugees from the war-torn, Middle Eastern nation.

The last time Quinnipiac asked the question, in December 2015, just 43 percent supporting accepting refugees from Syria, while a 51-percent majority opposed allowing them to come to the U.S.

The new survey was conducted April 12-18, shortly after an apparent chemical attack on areas of northwestern Syria that the U.S. and its allies assert was conducted by forces of Bashar Assad’s government. President Donald Trump ordered airstrikes on a Syrian airfield in response on April 6.

Support for accepting refugees still splits largely along party lines. The vast majority of self-identified Democratic voters, 86 percent, support accepting refugees. Among GOP voters, just 23 percent supporting accepting refugees, while 73 percent oppose them. Independent voters back admitting refugees, 58 percent to 37 percent.


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Post #168 by Sam the Centipede » Fri Apr 21, 2017 1:54 pm

Addie wrote:Public Policy Polling
Only 43% of voters approve of the job he's doing to 50% who disapprove.
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ONLY 43% approve? ONLY?!?! That's not much short of half in my view. So what do those 43% find in Trump's efforts to approve of? Other than not being black? Oh yes, he's promised to give them streams and rivers polluted with coal waste, grrrreat!!



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Post #169 by RVInit » Fri Apr 21, 2017 2:01 pm

I agree. When I look at those polls I truly wonder about the people who approve of or answer positively about just about any aspect of Trump. Are they living under a rock? I already know the answer. Those are the Faux "news" watchers. They are getting a pretty sanitized version of Trump's daily escapades.


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Post #170 by TexasFilly » Fri Apr 21, 2017 2:06 pm

RVInit wrote:I agree. When I look at those polls I truly wonder about the people who approve of or answer positively about just about any aspect of Trump. Are they living under a rock? I already know the answer. Those are the Faux "news" watchers. They are getting a pretty sanitized version of Trump's daily escapades.


They haven't gotten screwed. Yet. But, it's coming. Until it impacts them directly, they really don't give a crap.


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Post #171 by Addie » Sat Apr 22, 2017 8:28 am

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Donald Trump's Latest Approval Ratings In Election Swing States Show How Unpopular He Really Is

It's no secret President Donald Trump's approval rating on the national level has been relatively low his entire tenure in the White House. But polls show he's also struggling to garner support in the swing states that won him the 2016 presidential election over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Roughly 41.9 percent of Americans approve of Trump's job performance, compared with 52.3 percent who disapprove, according to the FiveThirtyEight aggregate of polls. Polls from swing states similarly show Trump's approval rating under water, making him the least popular newly elected president in decades.

A March survey of Wisconsin found 41 percent of registered voters approved of his job performance while 47 percent disapproved. A February poll conducted by Franklin & Marshall College found just 32 percent of voters in Pennsylvania approved of Trump's job performance. An EPIC MRA survey the same month pegged his support in Michigan at 40 percent, with 54 percent disapproving. In Ohio, a March Baldwin Wallace University poll found 49 percent of the state viewed the president unfavorably, while 46 percent viewed him favorably.

And it goes on. In North Carolina, which Trump won narrowly, his approval rating stood at just 36 percent earlier this month, according to a High Point University poll. Fifty-four percent disapproved. In Florida, a large, key state that helped hand Trump the win, his approval stood at just 34 percent with two-thirds of the state disapproving, according to a February survey by Florida Atlantic University. A poll later in February by Associated Industries of Florida did find that 81 percent of Republicans approved of Trump's job performance.


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Post #172 by NMgirl » Sun Apr 23, 2017 8:29 am

Ye gods. 96% of those who voted for Trump would vote for him if there were another election at 100 days. So depressing.
There's no honeymoon for Donald Trump in a new ABC News/Washington Post poll, but also no regrets: He approaches his 100th day in office with the lowest approval rating at this point of any president in polls since 1945 –- yet 96 percent of those who supported him in November say they'd do it again today.

http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/presiden ... d=46943338



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Post #173 by Addie » Sun Apr 23, 2017 10:01 am

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Public Gives Trump Low Marks for First 100 Days: NBC News/WSJ Poll

Nearly two-thirds of Americans give President Donald Trump poor or middling marks for his first 100 days in office, including a plurality who say he's off to a "poor start," according to results from a brand-new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. ...

Erosion in Trump's numbers

The new NBC/WSJ poll also shows an erosion in some of Trump's top perceived qualities, with 50 percent of respondents giving Trump high marks for being firm and decisive in his decision-making - down from the 57 percent who gave him high marks here in February.

Another 39 percent of Americans give him high marks for changing business as usual in Washington - down from 45 percent two months ago.

Thirty-nine percent give him high marks for being effective and getting things done - down from 46 percent who said this back in February.

And only 25 percent give him high marks for being honest and trustworthy - down from 34 percent.

Meanwhile, his standing is mostly unchanged when it comes to his perceived weaknesses: Just 27 percent give him high marks for being knowledgeable and experienced enough to handle the presidency, and only 21 percent give him high marks for having the right temperament.


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Post #174 by Addie » Thu Apr 27, 2017 10:08 am

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CNN/ORC Poll: At 100 days, Trump approval rating shows no sign of growth ...

Most say he hasn't paid enough attention to the nation's most important problems (55%) and that he isn't working hard enough to be effective (51%). They say he's done a poor job of assembling a team of top advisers in the White House (56%) and keeping his campaign promises (52%). Further, 61% say world leaders don't have much respect for him and 52% that his approach has unnecessarily put the country at risk.

But looking ahead, about a third of all adults say they aren't sure their current judgment of Trump will hold (including 20% who currently disapprove and 11% who approve). That suggests there's room for Trump to gain ground, but very little in this poll indicates that he's attracted new supporters since taking office on January 20.

Trump's favorability rating is stagnant and negative -- 45% have a favorable view, 53% unfavorable. At the same time, Trump's numbers across key personal attributes have dipped since a post-election boost that appears to be the closest thing Trump had to a honeymoon. Fewer see Trump as honest now (37%) than said so in November (41%). He's fallen 6 points on being an effective manager of the government (from 50% to 44%), 5 points on uniting the country (from 43% to 37%) and 4 points on empathy (from 46% to 42%). And a previous even divide on whether Trump can bring the kind of change the country needs now tilts narrowly negative (51% say he can't, 48% that he can).

Fewer now say they hold deep confidence in Trump to handle the economy (35%, down from 40% in November) or appoint the best people to office (27%, down from 32%). But confidence has held roughly steady on handling foreign affairs (27% now and in November) and providing real leadership for the country (31% now vs. 33% in November).

The political and demographic divisions that drove the 2016 presidential campaign have hardened into chasms in perceptions of Trump: Among Republicans, 85% approve, while just 8% of Democrats agree. Most men, 51%, approve, while only 38% of women do. Whites generally approve (52%) and non-whites mostly disapprove (68%), but among whites there's a deep gap by education, with 59% of those who do not have college degrees saying they approve vs. 38% of whites who hold at least a Bachelor's degree. In rural areas, 58% approve, but just 33% of urbanites approve.

Trump's overall strength among Republicans masks some declining ratings among his own partisans. While most Republicans do continue to hold positive views of Trump regardless of the question, much of his decline on several of these items stems from a drop among Republicans.


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Post #175 by Addie » Sun Apr 30, 2017 10:08 am

Business Insider

2 major new polls show Trump will conclude his first 100 days as the least popular president in modern history

President Donald Trump set another record low approval rating as he concludes his first 100 days in office, though his core supporters largely support his brief tenure.

A Washington Post/ABC poll released on Sunday showed the new president with the lowest approval rating at this point of any president since the polling began in 1945 — 42% of respondents told pollsters they approved of his performance thus far, while 53% disapproved.

An NBC poll released on Sunday showed similar results: Just 40% said they approved of Trump's job performance, a 4 percentage-point drop from February. Fifty-four percent disapproved, a 6 point increase.

The polls continued to demonstrate that Trump did not experience the traditional honeymoon period most new presidents receive following the conclusion of the presidential election and the ceremonies associated with taking office.

NBC pointed out that at similar points in their presidencies, President Barack Obama had a 61% approval rating, while President George W. Bush had a 56% approval rating and President Bill Clinton's was at 52%.


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