USA Today/Pew Research Center's Polls have you believe Obama Garners Majority Support, in Reality Polling Comes from Majority of "FREELOADING" Minority Voters:
How NOT to be in the tank for Barack Hussein Obama. USA Today/Pew Research Center’s polling; how not to put out contradictory and screwed up, and deceptive, misleading polls.
A few days ago USA Today and Pew Research Center Obama polls, would like you to believe that most Americans favor Obama over Republicans or Independents, on big spending domestic policies.
It is all ONE big LIE.
In the 2012 elections eighty-Eight Percent of Romney voters were white, and with virtually no minority support. Obama’s class war worked! According to 2012 exit polls
, Romney won 59 percent of the white vote.
2 percent of Romney's voters were black, 6 percent were Latino, 2 percent were Asian, and 2 percent had some other ethnic classification.
President Obama, without doubt, had an average of 70% or more of the minority votes.
But according to USA Today polling, by 2-to-1 Americans say they are dissatisfied with the way things are going in the nation.
But USA Today/Pew Research Center polls favor Obama’s policies of higher unemployment, taxing folks to death, wiping out the middle class, and with deficit busting schemes, and so on, but you go to minorities, they are all in unison for that support of taxpayer financed welfare in a declining economy.
Polling also says that now, just 22% of citizens identify themselves as Republicans, EVEN though, most Republicans are white and have become Independents.
And USA Today’s, one thing most people agree on; dealing with the deficit is urgent, but USA Today/Pew’s poll prefers Obama’s minorities of spend, spend, and spend alternatives to cuts, which do NOT make any sense on the urgency of CUTS in their poll.
But when YOU digest the gist of LIES, or look the basis of the poll, you’ll find that majority polled were Latinos and other minority groups, with FEW liberal white Democrats, but NO independents, who still are majority of whites representing the nation’s voters.
On their snippets above, USA Today and Pew Research Center, would like you to believe that 2 to 1 are dissatisfied with things, and they are correct on that poll, but they poll minorities, those who HAVE MOST to gain.
And they are majority of this nation’s give me societies’ of “freeloaders” that support Obama’s free fall and deficits breaking, spending on food stamps and other welfare issues that ONLY BENEFITS them.
Then, they’d like you to believe that 22% low of respondents support Republicans, which is TRUE, only if you poll minorities those over 70% voted for Obama. Which leaves you around 15% to 22% who did not vote for Obama.
The next USA Today/Pew Research Center contradiction, they agree that dealing with the deficit is an urgent American issue, but then they go to the FREELOADING minorities of Democratic Party to POLL, admitting they prefer Obama’s big spending policies.
This is exactly why newspapers are failing. They are slowly heading towards their miserable graves, for their manipulations of polls and news stories benefiting their point of views.
On the legislation rated most urgent — cutting the budget deficit — even a majority of Republican voters endorse Obama's approach of seeking tax hikes as well as spending cuts.
The survey underscores the quandary for the GOP as it debates the party's message in the wake of disappointing losses last November for the White House and in the Senate.
Now just 22% of Americans, nearly a record low, consider themselves Republicans.
"On many of the issues, President Obama has staked out positions that seem to be closer to the public's thinking than the positions Republicans have staked out," says Michael Dimock, director of the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press.
The poll is the first in a new partnership between Pew and USA TODAY. "The challenge for him is in building the public's sense of immediacy on some of these issues, particularly on climate change and guns."
His approval ratings for handling seven specific issues are no better than lukewarm, ranging from a low of 34% on the deficit to a high of 46% on the situation in Afghanistan. On the central issue of managing the economy, 40% approve and 56% disapprove. Americans also continue to be deeply unhappy with the country's direction.
By 2-to-1, 64%-31%, they are dissatisfied with the way things are going in the United States.
Even so, those surveyed say by narrow margins that Obama has a better approach than congressional Republicans for dealing with the deficit and guns.
By double digits, they favor his plans on immigration and climate change, including limits on emissions from power plants.
The president's overall job approval rating is 51%, a bit higher than it typically has been for the past three years. The approval rating for Republican congressional leaders is a dismal 25%. Democratic congressional leaders stand in-between, at 37%.
By a wide margin, 50%-33%, Obama's approach to immigration is preferred over the GOP, and the president has seen his approval rating on handling immigration surge.
During his first term, his disapproval rating on immigration was 20 points or more higher than his approval rating. Now, as many Americans approve of his work on immigration as disapprove, 44%-43%. Only his handling of Afghanistan ranks higher.”