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Donald Trump's Approval Ratings Crumble In Iowa, a Decisive State for Republicans

The state that sets the agenda for presidential races and handed Donald Trump a decisive victory in the 2016 general election—Iowa—now overwhelmingly disapproves of his performance and believes the country is on the wrong track, a new poll showed Wednesday. This followed a trend of other Republican stronghold states, like Alabama and Tennessee, turning away from Trump as he also scores record-low national approval ratings.



In a poll from The Des Moines Register, only 35 percent of Iowans approve of Trump's presidency. Meanwhile, 60 percent disapprove, citing his perceived "unprofessionalism," lack of clear vision and questionable integrity as president. Trump won the state in the 2016 race with 51 percent of the vote—a 10 point lead above his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton. He also came second in the Iowa Caucus for Republicans earlier in the year, scoring only one delegate less than the winner, Ted Cruz.

“He’s not really a leader,” Fairfield native Diana Fern told The Register. “Because he doesn’t have experience, he’s not really leading. I feel like he’s reacting to situations, and he hasn’t really stated a clear vision. And I think his integrity is in question.”

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Old 12-14-2017, 05:27 PM   #31
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Old 12-14-2017, 05:29 PM   #32
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Meh, we'll see. It's not unprecedented, even when the POTUS was actually up to and fit for the office.
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Old 12-14-2017, 05:30 PM   #33
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“I don’t see how we can avoid it,” Vin Weber, a former Republican congressman, told me recently. “It’s pretty clear someone’s going to do it.”

“I think he’s inviting one," Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona, one of Trump’s GOP critics, said last month.

“There should and will be a challenge,” agreed William Kristol, editor at large of the conservative Weekly Standard. Kristol, another Trump scourge, has launched a project he jokingly calls the Committee Not to Renominate the President.





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Your story is so idiotic, it quotes 3 of the biggest NeverTrump turds from 2016
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Old 12-14-2017, 05:31 PM   #34
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Meh, we'll see. It's not unprecedented, even when the POTUS was actually up to and fit for the office.
There may be a CINO, but not a real one. And yes I just invented that acronym
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Old 12-14-2017, 05:32 PM   #35
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“I don’t see how we can avoid it,” Vin Weber, a former Republican congressman, told me recently. “It’s pretty clear someone’s going to do it.”

“I think he’s inviting one," Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona, one of Trump’s GOP critics, said last month.

“There should and will be a challenge,” agreed William Kristol, editor at large of the conservative Weekly Standard. Kristol, another Trump scourge, has launched a project he jokingly calls the Committee Not to Renominate the President.





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Your story is so idiotic, it quotes 3 of the biggest NeverTrump turds from 2016
People will tire of Trump, Bitch, if they haven't already. I don't see it getting better, because he can't change.
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Old 12-14-2017, 05:33 PM   #36
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So? People tired of Bushman and Clinton and Obummer too.
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Donald Trump’s popularity starts to fall among loyal Fox News fans

President Donald Trump is becoming less popular among people who say Fox News is their most-trusted news network, according to new data from Suffolk University.

Between June and December, Mr Trump’s favourability rating dropped significantly from 90 per cent to 58 per cent among poll respondents who said they trust Fox over any other news network.
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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) -- A new ad from democratic candidate for governor, Fred Hubbell, is attacking republican Governor Kim Reynolds for supporting a project that gives Apple tax credits for building a data center in Iowa. I9 dug into the claims and the KCRG-TV9/Gazette Fact Check team graded the ad.


INTRODUCTION:

“Iowa is offering Apple $20 million in tax credits."
“I came in and helped clean up the film tax credit scandal”.
“This governor is taking money we don’t have and giving it to one of the world’s richest companies that doesn’t need it”

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“Show” television ad now airing from Fred Hubbell campaign.

ANALYSIS:

The ad put out by Fred Hubbell’s campaign focuses on criticism of Iowa’s tax incentives for Apple to build a data center in Waukee. The Iowa Department of Economic Development approved a $20 million incentive package to Apple in August with Apple promising to create 50 jobs. Apple also pledged $100 million in community investment in Waukee, including a new youth sports complex. Hubbell is among several democrats that criticized the deal for being too lucrative to Apple for not enough value to Iowa.

In the ad, Hubbell likens the incentives to the scandal ridden film tax credits, claiming he “came in and helped clean up the film tax credit scandal.” In 2009, the state ended the program after a state audit uncovered $26-million had been improperly issued by the state Economic Development Department.

Hubbell served as interim director of the Iowa Department of Economic Development but for just three months after the previous director resigned because of the scandal. The program was suspended before Hubbell stepped in and briefly resumed after he left but while he was there, Hubbell did oversee transferring funds for film tax credits to other programs.

The ad also accuses Governor Kim Reynolds of taking money Iowa doesn’t have and giving it to Apple. Hubbell is alluding to the ongoing budget cuts due to lower tax revenue. In total, Apple is getting more than $200 million in financial incentives for its data center. The state’s share of that is only about $20 million in tax credits. The rest is tax abatement from the city of Waukee – not the state.

CONCLUSION:

Offering tax breaks to companies for developments is a common tool of economic development. Whether Iowa gave away too much to Apple is a matter of opinion. But the data Hubbell cites for his ad is accurate. And while Hubbell’s role in the aftermath of the film tax credit scandal was brief and limited, he did help. This ad gets an ‘A’.


He would be the best choice for the People of Iowa.
I actually know Fred, Oak, and if this was his idea he would be on the other side of this opinion...
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Old 12-14-2017, 06:51 PM   #43
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Many conservative get called quite often for surveys, my wife being one who fits a demographic they need, usually she doesn't participate, but when she has in the past she will tell them the opposite of her opinion...

I think this poll has a lot of confusing outcomes across the board.... It said Dems are less motivated politically than R's...
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Old 12-14-2017, 06:54 PM   #44
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http://iowawatch.org/2017/12/14/iowa...ring-too-long/

Iowa Leaders Have Been Dithering Too Long

You’ve got to hand it to people along America’s Gulf Coast who support their families as commercial shrimpers and fishermen.

They certainly are patient.

For the past 25 years, the challenges they face in finding an adequate supply of shrimp and fish have grown larger and more expensive.

And Iowans are a key factor in this problem.

A huge area of the Gulf of Mexico just off the coast of the southern United States is so depleted of oxygen that it cannot sustain marine life.

This lack of oxygen — the phenomenon is called hypoxia — kills shrimp and fish, or stunts their growth and impairs their reproductive capabilities, and forces the creatures farther out into the Gulf to survive.

All of that makes it more difficult to make a living as a commercial fisherman.

The experts call this oxygen-deprived area a “dead zone,” for obvious reasons. This year, scientists have measured the largest dead zone since the environmental mapping began in 1985, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported.

The 1988 mapping found the zone to be about 15 square miles in size. This year’s survey found the dead zone to be 8,775 square miles — a region slightly larger than the state of New Jersey.

The culprit behind the dead zone is excessive pollution, most coming from agriculture. Specifically, the blame falls on fertilizers that wash from farm fields and lawns, on livestock wastes that wash into streams and rivers, and on human sewage that is not adequately treated by cities.

The Mississippi River is the funnel that carries these pollutants into the Gulf of Mexico. Once they reach the Gulf, the nutrients in the pollution stimulate massive growth of algae that consumes the oxygen the shrimp and fish need.

This record-setting dead zone is one reason the spotlight will be on the Iowa Legislature when the 2018 session begins on Jan. 8. For too long, Iowa political leaders have been unwilling to tackle head-on the state’s key role in the dead zone.

For too long, we have heard that Iowa’s voluntary nutrient-reduction strategy is solving the problem. But it is obvious, judging by the record size of this year’s dead zone, that voluntary action is not adequate.

While Iowa leaders have dithered, the economic problems for commercial fishermen have magnified.

“The dead zone is taking its toll on us,” Thomas Olander, chairman of the Louisiana Shrimp Association, told reporters in that state last month.

“If we don’t get some kind of clean-up here soon, we’re not going to have a future. We must have this pollution stop immediately.”

Iowa farmers don’t want the government forcing them to deal with their fertilizer and manure issues. They don’t want to pay higher taxes to finance remediation efforts.

Many of them are reluctant to eat into their incomes by voluntarily planting cover crops or by protecting and planting buffer strips along streams and rivers to absorb runoff. Iowa farmers prefer to address these problems whenever and however they want.

But can you imagine what the reaction of Iowa farmers and livestock producers would be if problems created in other states and carried into Iowa were harming agricultural businesses here at home?

If Iowa were on the receiving end of these problems, would our farmers and livestock producers think that voluntary actions alone in the responsible states would be sufficient?

Would Iowa’s political leaders and members of the Legislature sit by quietly while Iowa farmers and ranchers suffered economically from these out-of-state problems?

No. They certainly would not.

Iowa politicians and farm leaders would be demanding action on the sources of these out-of-state problems. They would want corrective steps to be taken now by the states responsible for these problems.

Therefore, it’s just common sense that Iowa lawmakers and Gov. Kim Reynolds need to end the charade that Iowa’s voluntary nutrient-reduction strategy is an adequate way of addressing the environmental problem wreaking havoc on the Gulf of Mexico.

That’s what Iowans would want — and rightly so — if the roles were reversed. And it’s understandable that this is what commercial fishermen on the Gulf Coast expect from us.

It’s time to act, Iowa.
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I actually know Fred, Oak, and if this was his idea he would be on the other side of this opinion...
Care to explain I don't really know that much about the Apple deal there.
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