Ferguson Poll: Grand Jury Decision More Popular Than Obama

Ferguson Poll: Grand Jury Decision More Popular Than Obama

A Washington Post/ABC News poll shows that the decision by the Ferguson grand jury to not indict Officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of Michael Brown is more popular than President Obama.

By a 48-45% margin, those polled agreed with the grand jury decision.

Obama’s handling of Ferguson is upside down 13 points, 39-52%.

The handling of Ferguson by local police and authorities is equally unpopular, 39-52%.

By a 1 point margin, 48-47%, the public would approve of civil rights charges against Wilson But we all know that the public has been poisoned by months of media lies. The grand jury saw all the facts. The media is intentionally ignoring those facts in order to keep the violence and divisive narrative going. Still, despite a full-frontal assault from the media, fewer than 50% want Wilson to face further charges.

According to the Real Clear Politics poll of polls, Obama’s overall job approval rating sits at 42.3%, almost 6 points below the public’s approval of the grand jury decision.

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