What a joke.
Trump's 'Fake Poll' Doesn't Let Americans Say Anything Negative About His White House
It has already drawn some smirks, snarks and accusations of bias from Twitter users, because of its first question: “How would you rate President Trump’s first year in office (2017)?” The only answers offered are: “Great,” “Good,” “Okay” or “Other.”
For the second question, “How would you rate President Obama’s first year in office (2009)?” there is one more option: “Poor.”
There’s another element of the poll that has some cranky and suspicious: respondents must submit identifying information, including their names and email addresses, raising concerns that the details will be raided for marketing purposes.
The site’s fine print below the form notes that, “by providing your phone number, you are consenting to receive calls and texts, including autodialed and automated calls and texts, to that number from TMAGAC and its participating committees.”
.. it's impossible to “disprove.” And who can argue with that?