First things first – A Fox News poll shows Barack Obama’s approval rating above 60%.

So, why would Bill O’Reilly not use that poll’s findings? Is it not accurate? Is it because he found one that gives Obama a lower rating? According to the Rasmussen poll, only 34% of American approve of the job Obama is doing. He chose to use that poll instead.

What is this Rasmussen poll? Scott Rasmussen is a frequent guest on Fox News and the poll’s questions have frequently been criticized for have a strong right-wing slant. Ah hah.

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3 Responses to “Bill O’Reilly Uses Poll To Show Lower Rating For Obama”

  1. Buffoon O’Reilly is a big liar, 60% of what comes out of his mouth factually wrong.
    Like a small child , he lies to get attention and ratings to feed his massive ego.

    Give him a hoot here : 212 – 301-3320

  2. Attention: Comments are moderated. Off topic rants, personal attacks, harassment, etc. will not be published. See the Comment Policy and F.A.Q. for more information.

    Are you kidding me. It’s OK to let the man above attack Bill O’reily, but we can’t attack Obama. Your hypocrites.

    • FoxNewsBoycott says:

      LOL Obiously, it was harder to tell a couple/few years ago, but the White House is not Fox News. Simply put, O’Reilly works for Fox News, Obama does not.

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