Opinion polls are weird because there is no benchmark. Like what are any of those people comparing him too?
There should be something nearly impossible to like, and something nearly impossible to not like.
Now, if those same people said ice cream only had an approval rating of 40% and gonorrhea only had a unfavorable opinion of 51%, those other numbers would take on an entirely different meaning. Because you would expect over 90% to not like gonorrhea and only like 10-20 to not like ice cream.
I’m just really curious to know how many times would you get abnormal readings on the ice cream/std factor.
Otherwise not trying to discredit the contents of this article in any way, I just find it interesting is all.
If you have a personal business facebook still has some advantages but if all the other users leave…
IMO, Clinton did devastating damage to the democratic party disseminating this anti russian narrative and that was largely carried out through social media. (and lets face it, an anti-progressive narrative as well) My wife and I agreed on most things before the election, since then I cannot get her to depart from her thinking on how super evil Russia is under any circumstances whatsoever, and I have zero doubts, at all, that it was caused by facebook.
I try to show her articles written by people like Robert Parry, I show her clips of Noam Chomsky commenting on situations, and she brushes it aside like I don’t know what I’m talking about it when she watched me comb through articles for hours and hours a night for years and years. She hates Trump so bad that she cannot see Clinton’s lies. She doesn’t even care to look. She’ll openly admit that she knows absolutely nothing on Ukraine but then refuse to believe me or look at the links when I tell her Nazi’s overthrew a democratically elected leader and interfered in an election.
She got that way from facebook. It’s like how fox is for old people. But on the left. And Clinton just hammered the f out of it.