Here's former GOP congressman Sean Duffy on Fox News telling everyone not to believe the polls because of Trump's boat parades. Sorry Sean, but we've got a solemn parade of our own. They're called VOTERS.
The United States has learned how much to trust Donald Trump: Just 12% of people in a new CNN poll say they trust almost all of what the White House is saying about Trump’s health.
There might be a "shy Trump" phenomenon. But the data nerds are watching for it and conducting and analyzing polls in ways that attempt to identify it and compensate for it.
White House adviser Kellyanne Conway insisted over the weekend that President Donald Trump’s poor poll numbers do not reflect the support of “hidden” voters.
Apparently Trump's new campaign manager, Bill Stepien, plans to spend all his time playing golf and rage tweeting in between watching Fox "news."
Trump's new campaign manager, Bill Stepien refuses to admit he's down in the polls and tells the hosts of Fox & Friends: "No one works harder than the president. This campaign is going to try and match his work ethic."
Poll-Truther Jesse Watters Hangs His Hat On One CNBC Poll Showing Race Tightening In Battleground States
Fox's Jesse Watters did his best to soothe Trump's fragile ego by downplaying the results of the latest presidential polls, while hanging his hat on one by CNBC showing some tightening in many of the key battleground states.
Poll-truther Jesse Watters tries to assure his viewers that things aren't as bad for Trump as most of the polls would indicate.
Trump 2020 campaign adviser Jason Miller made an appearance on Fox's Media Buzz Sunday to assure his boss that all of those terrible poll numbers they keep seeing are really just a plot by the evil "liberal media" to suppress his turnout.
Trump 2020 Adviser Jason Miller Claims Trump's Bad Poll Numbers Are Liberal Media Plot To Drive Down Turnout
Trump 2020 campaign adviser Jason Miller attacks the press and claims Trump's bad poll numbers aren't real and just a plot by that evil supposed liberal media to suppress voter turnout.
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