Reader Poll: Majority approve of Donald Trump

Trump-PenceThe reader poll results are in, and a majority of PoliticsPA readers approve President Donald Trump’s performance so far.

61% of the 2,244 poll responses indicated approval versus 39% who disapprove.

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January 31st, 2017 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Poll, Presidential | 14 Comments

14 thoughts on “Reader Poll: Majority approve of Donald Trump”

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  3. Sklaroftic says:

    Phil Hughes: Isn’t the content cheap enough already?

  4. tommyd says:

    Funny how national polls give just the opposite result.

  5. Barricks Einwohner says:

    Stop wasting your time.

  6. Noah says:

    Please remove these polls. They are unscientific and ruin the credibility of your site.

  7. Katy Otto says:

    There is nothing scientific or controlled about these polls at all. I’d consider abandoning them. Are they just click bait?

  8. David Diano says:

    Clearly 500 people illegally voted for Trump in this poll. (This is how Trump does his math for results he doesn’t like.)

  9. a ghost says:

    I will be saying adios to PoliicsPa. Thanks for the memories.

  10. Bono says:

    Utter bullshit. Remember your Reader Polls for ATtorney General & Treasurer. How’d they turn out?

  11. Phil Hughes says:

    I’ll keep saying it. These polls only cheapen the rest of the content on this site. They are not taken seriously by those in the know, either.

  12. Seneca says:

    I doubt an online poll like this should ever be considered valid, scientific or other, apart from being an imperfect barometer of PoliticsPa readership. But that may be saying something, if the viewpoints of PoliticsPa readers mean much to anyone. After all, why are we here reading the articles and each others’ comments?

    It might be interesting to run this poll again in six months or so to see how readers might think of Trump & Co. at that time.

  13. John Taylor says:

    Did you apply the Russian bot factor? This poll isn’t scientifically valid until you multiply Trump’s votes by 0.6 to account for IP addresses originating from Moscow.

  14. Robert B Sklaroff MD says:

    …despite consistent bashing by the [print/broadcast] media.

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