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How is it possible that GLOBAL TELEVISION has decided to jump on the FAKE NEWS and ANTI_TRUMP bandwagon by running fake polls about subject matter that is only meant to be CLICK BATE?
Maham Abedi has published this article with no shame, nor concern for the way she’ll be called out for it. I preferred our society when people had a sense of shame.
The Offending Article:
U.S. President Donald Trump isn’t too popular in Canada, according to a new poll by Forum Research.
The president’s approval rating among Canadians is at a new low, the poll of 1,350 people found. About 72 per cent of respondents said they disapprove of Trump’s actions — up seven percentage points from when a similar poll was conducted in March.
Only 17 per cent of Canadians surveyed in September’s poll said they approved of the American president.
Those most likely to disapprove of the leader included Atlantic Canadians (80 per cent disapproved) and Quebeckers (79 per cent). Politically, those who support the Bloc Quebecois were least happy with the president (88 per cent), followed by Liberals at 88 per cent, and NDP voters at 87 per cent.
Canadians with a post-graduate degree were also likely to disapprove of the president at 80 per cent.
Most likely to approve of Trump’s job as president were Albertans (26 per cent) and those who associate with the Conservative party (37 per cent). Twenty-three per cent of respondents with some college or university education were likely to approve of the president.
Canadians aren’t very happy about the impact Trump has had on relations between the two countries.
About 70 per cent said Trump has at least a somewhat negative effect on the relationship, while 11 per cent said he’s had at least a somewhat positive effect. Nineteen per cent said the president has had neither a positive nor a negative effect on U.S.-Canada relations.
Her Own Profile on Global’s Website:
National Online Journalist, Breaking News
Maham Abedi is a news editor and writer with a special interest in breaking news and politics.
She graduated from Ryerson University’s School of Journalism in 2014, and began her career by working as a front page editor for HuffPost Canada.
In her spare time, Maham is usually sitting around coffee shops in Toronto, or at home watching terrible TV shows.
Her Twitter Account: twitter.com/mahamabedi
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