“Favorability” has a liberal bias!

Liberal Bias Favorability

The new Quinnipiac survey results were released last week. They show one thing beyond a shadow of a doubt: the word “favorability” must have a liberal bias!

Look at these disgusting, liberal survey results. For each politician, the blue bar represents the number of people who rated their view of the politician as “favorable” while the red bar represents the number of people who rated their view of the politician as “unfavorable”.  (They do not add up to 100%, because the difference is the number of people who said that they did not have enough information to answer.)

The gray diamond shows the favorability margin: the favorability minus the unfavorability.

First of all, there is an obvious liberal bias to this poll, because the Republican politicians overall averaged much more unfavorably than the Democratic ones. In fact, the only Republican politician who ranked as more favorable than the lowest-rated Democratic politician was Marco Rubio. Clearly this means that the whole idea of “favorability” is liberal and communist and this question shouldn’t even be asked.

However, that is not even the worst part of this survey result.

The worst part is this: HILLARY CLINTON?  REALLY??????

Don’t the American people REALIZE that she’s, like, practically the devil?

Haven’t the American people been listening, when we tell them that she had White House Counsel Vince Foster killed, she accepted money from a Chinese spy, she has a lot of mysterious dead friends, she manipulated high risk commodities futures in a money scam, she was involved in something called Whitewater that nobody remembers but was a big scandal, she is secretly a lesbian (you can tell because of her haircut), she faked a concussion and/or allowed herself to be pushed down the stairs just to avoid testifying about Benghazi, and… and… STUFF LIKE THAT???

How can the American People like this woman???

Obviously, they have all been hypnotized by some kind of liberal lesbian voodoo.


And if that weren’t bad enough, this poll now gives liberals an excuse to shamelessly brag and strut about how popular their girl Hillary is.

God, they are such sore winners.


graph data source: quinnipiac poll results, Feb 8 2013
graph created by: liberalbias.com

One Reply to ““Favorability” has a liberal bias!”

  1. Wow! I’m happily surprised that people’s opinion of Hillary is so favourable. I’m sure that young folks don’t have the visceral hatred of her that the middle-aged and esp. elderly GOPhers have; the ones, who tried to impeach Bill Clinton and get the Clintons together in trouble with all the crap listed above, and then some. “Hell hath no fury…” like the losers in the far right.

    Then there’s the fact that it’s so refreshing to have an intelligent, eloquent and personable White House resident. After eight years of the grinning idiot with his evil twin, almost anything would have been an improvement. I’m sure John McCain would have been a good President had he won rather than Obama, but the idea of having Sarah Palin with such an access to the Oval Office, and as they said, “a missed heartbeat away from being President”! That was chilling!

    Further, I’m sure that most of the negativity toward Obama besides the regular sore-loser-GOPhers, is from the racists, who probably don’t even realise their own racism, and it is only when one starts using logic with them, that they get mad at you and start calling names. Why is something that was a Conservative think-tank’s proposal last year, such a bad thing when it comes from Pres. Obama? Just take the “Obamacare” scuffle. They really can NOT accept that the White House occupant is Black!

    Oh, well. While this all bodes well for Ms. Clinton in 2016 should she desire to be President, popularity is such a fleeting thing.

    But overall, I think that this poll, as so many others, like the ones on gun control, gay marriage, abortion et.c. shows that the majority thinks progressively rather than conservatively. If only they’d turn that into votes.

    And if only they were able to overcome the gerrymandering bit…

    P.S. Could you implement a “preview” function? At least WordPress has OpenSource JavaScript snippets for doing that.

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