There were a couple of polls which showed strong support for Trump’s state of the union address. Our totally unbiased media doesn’t want you to believe those polls. You know, their polls. Rush Limbaugh noted the media’s hypocrisy.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
Limbaugh: Media Wants Americans to ‘Ignore Their Polls’ Showing Positive Response to Trump’s SOTU Address
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh said Wednesday that the mainstream media wants Americans to “ignore their polls” about Donald Trump’s State of the Union address from the prior night, noting the polls showed a generally positive response to the president’s speech.
“All of these media people are trying to tell us to ignore their polls from last night,” Limbaugh said on his show. “CNN polls will say 80 percent of the people liked it on CNN—70, 75 percent CBS liked it.”
A CNN poll found that 48 percent of respondents who watched the speech had a “very positive” reaction to it, 22 percent had a “somewhat positive” reaction, 16 percent had a “somewhat negative” reaction, and 13 percent had a “very negative” reaction.
“And they’re [the media] trying to tell us that doesn’t matter because it’s only people who watched the speech,” Limbaugh said. “Oh, really? So a better poll would include people who didn’t. Is that what you want us to believe, drive-by types?”
Listen to the audio:
Limbaugh is spot on here.