Friday, August 11, 2006

P-Mac Discovers Dimowit Tendencies

Pat McI. found some interesting stats in an Ann Coulter column:

“To give you a snapshot of today's Democratic Party,” she writes, “in 2004, pollster Scott Rasmussen asked likely voters if they believed America was generally a fair and decent country and whether they believed the world would be a better place if more countries were like America.

“Republicans agreed that America is generally fair and decent, 83 percent to 7 percent. Eighty-one percent agreed that the world would be a better place if more countries were like the United States.

“By contrast, Democrats were nearly split, with only 46 percent agreeing that America is generally a fair and decent country, and with 37 percent saying America is not a generally fair and decent country.” (note: where Coulter calls this subset “Democrats,” Rasmussen called them “Kerry voters.” -PM)

“Only 48 percent of Democrats said they thought that the world would be a better place if more countries were like the United States.

Well, that's because GWB is the President and Congress has a (R) majority--

Or maybe it's because the Dimowits watch CBS News and read Reuters (exclusively.)

1 comment:

jp said...

Or maybe it’s because the statistics users are comparing apples (Republicans) to nuts (“Kerry voters”).