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Tue Oct 15, 2019, 07:26 AM

Scott Rasmussen: 50% Favor Impeachment And Removal of @realDonaldTrump... 38% Oppose...



Scott Rasmussen @ ScottWRasmussen

Weekly Update: 50% Favor #Impeachment And Removal of @realDonaldTrump... 38% Oppose... Support Up 2 pts from a week ago, up 4 from two weeks ago, up 6 from three weeks ago... Very Partisan... 84% of Democrats Favor, 75% of Republicans oppose https://scottrasmussen.com/impeachment/

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Reply Scott Rasmussen: 50% Favor Impeachment And Removal of @realDonaldTrump... 38% Oppose... (Original post)
Dennis Donovan Oct 2019 OP
hlthe2b Oct 2019 #1
Dennis Donovan Oct 2019 #4
hlthe2b Oct 2019 #5
DeminPennswoods Oct 2019 #2
NewJeffCT Oct 2019 #3
rownesheck Oct 2019 #6
Tommy_Carcetti Oct 2019 #7

Response to Dennis Donovan (Original post)

Tue Oct 15, 2019, 07:28 AM

1. Rasmussen? well, that's interesting...

Guessing Trump is going to rethink his "love" for Rassie:


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Response to hlthe2b (Reply #1)

Tue Oct 15, 2019, 07:34 AM

4. Technically, this isn't THE Rasmussen Reports poling group...

...I had to look it up:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scott_Rasmussen#Rasmussen_Reports

Rasmussen Reports
In 2003, Rasmussen founded Rasmussen Reports, LLC, a U.S.-based public opinion polling company, to track consumer confidence, investor confidence, and presidential approval. Rasmussen Reports has been called "one of the most consistently interesting polling and analytics companies," generating a daily cycle of news reports based on original survey results as well as political, business, economic and lifestyle content. Unlike traditional pollsters whose polls are often influenced by partisanship, the company's business model relies on website advertising and paid subscriptions for premium content. Rasmussen Reports' polls are notable for their use of automated public opinion polling, involving pre-recorded telephone inquiries, which have been shown to produce accurate results at low cost.

In 2009, Noson Lawen Partners provided a significant investment in Rasmussen Reports to help expand its daily, automated tracking polls, noting the "rock solid credibility and market-leading accuracy of the Rasmussen Reports product suite." In 2010, Rasmussen Reports was one of two firms providing daily tracking updates of the presidentís job approval ratings as well as consumer confidence. By 2012, Rasmussen Reports had garnered a national reputation for providing "reliable, newsworthy and actionable public opinion data," receiving over one million visits per day during the presidential election that year.

In July 2013, Rasmussen left his position as president of Rasmussen Reports following disagreements with investors over business strategies. In a press release from Rasmussen Reports, the company confirmed Rasmussen's departure and said, "in part, the move reflects disagreements over company business strategies .... The Company emphasized that Mr. Rasmussen's legacy remains intact. His polling methodologies and protocols, widely acknowledged as among the most accurate and reliable in the industry, continue to guide and inform the companyís public opinion survey techniques. In addition, the editorial culture of excellence that he built is still very much in place."

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Response to Dennis Donovan (Reply #4)

Tue Oct 15, 2019, 07:39 AM

5. Yes... I think I remembered that Rasmussen left...

Should be interesting to see where that poll goes from here.

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Response to Dennis Donovan (Original post)

Tue Oct 15, 2019, 07:29 AM

2. Rasmussen

Wow.

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Response to Dennis Donovan (Original post)

Tue Oct 15, 2019, 07:33 AM

3. Isn't that Donny's favorite poll?

that's going to cause him to blow a gasket

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Response to Dennis Donovan (Original post)

Tue Oct 15, 2019, 10:53 AM

6. All that poll tells me

is that 12% of the population is so lost in their lives, tv, or whatever to have an opinion. Good gravy! Who are those 12%?! Are they not paying attention?! Oy, this country...

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Response to Dennis Donovan (Original post)

Tue Oct 15, 2019, 10:59 AM

7. Et tu, Rasmussen? nt

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