Yet this is almost never reported. What a surprise…
If you watch Canadian news, you’ll often see far more coverage of Donald Trump than you will of Justin Trudeau or Canadian politics.
Most of the coverage of Trump is uniformly negative, and watching it could give you the impression that Trump is massively unpopular in the U.S.
By contrast, the coverage that Trudeau gets (even in the U.S. media) usually presents him as a popular figure, with widespread support among Canadians.
Yet, both of those perceptions are wrong.
As we’ll see in the data below, Donald Trump is more popular in the U.S. than Justin Trudeau is in Canada. And that’s really all that matters, since leaders are judged by the people who actually elect them.
Here are some of the key numbers:
According to the Real Clear Politics aggregation of Trump approval polls, 44.1% of Americans approve of him, while 51.7% disapprove.
What about Trudeau?
Well, according to the CBC Leader Meter, which aggregates Trudeau approval polls, 40.6% of Canadians approve of Trudeau, while 49.1% disapprove.
So, Trump’s net approval rating is -7.6, while Trudeau’s net approval rating is -8.5.
Screengrabs of the numbers are below:
Donald Trump Approval Rating
Justin Trudeau Approval Rating
The only logical conclusion from those numbers is that Donald Trump is more popular in the country he governs than Justin Trudeau is in the country he governs.
Funny how you never see that reported. The media coverage gives the exact opposite impression.
This gap between the actual facts and numbers, and the way the coverage is manipulated is another reason we can’t trust the narratives being pushed by the establishment media.
Share this article to help get the truth out.
Photos – Screengrabs, YouTube