52% Approval rating


#84

Good call. I didn’t think about that.

I set the zoom on my browser to 33% and I couldn’t tell the difference between the numbers at all.


#85

That sounds like the logic of much of the right!


#86

Whew. That’s comforting. I knew if I just waited long enough, somebody proficient in math would come along and help me understand how those numbers are very, very close to each other.


#87

See? Now you can agree he’s at 52%


#88

You mean foolproof I can only assume. :wink:


#89

My granddaughter is learning Common Core math and this is how she taught me. I think. :man_shrugging:


#90

Of course. Are they ever wrong?


#91

Infallible through and through my friend.


#92

In their own minds anyway.


#93

Could even be 62 - just close off that little loop on the 5, and there you go.


#94

Rasmussen, the same pollster that said R+1 on election day in 2018. LOL


#95

A little more creativity and it could be 82%.

Trump would buy that


#96

How insecure you must be, so content living in your little bubble being spoon-fed exactly what you want to hear.

Big boys deal in reality.


#97

Of all the people I know under 50, I can barely think of ANY that have or use a landline anymore.

But most of their grandmas do! You know, the same crowd that buys highly overpriced gold coins.


#98

Oh, this is a Rasmussen poll? That was probably a misprint. They likely meant his approval rating was 152%.


#99

I know, right?


#100

And from there you could even get to 82.


#101

Damn, I didn’t read your post before I replied!


#102

52 = Trump is Cool.


#103

Is 50% less cool?

Because it dropped 2% overnight, apparently.

lol