Immediately following GOP nominee Donald Trump’s electrifying Republican National Convention (RNC) speech, not even CNN could deny that the public was loving it.
In four polls taken immediately after Trump’s speech, viewers told CNN what they really thought.
Take a look at a compilation put together by a Twitter user:
— Jesse ?????? (@EaglesJesse) July 22, 2016
For viewers, a whopping 57 percent said they had a “very positive” reaction to the speech, while only 24 percent said the speech had a “negative effect.”
Even more incredible for Trump was that 73 percent of viewers said the policies proposed in the speech would move the country in the “right direction,” with only 24 percent saying otherwise.
The speech left 56 percent of viewers saying they are “more likely” to vote for Trump.
The polls by CNN garnered quite the reaction on social media. Check it out:
DYSTOPIAN: The word the MSM has been ORDERED to use to describe Trump's speech.
OOPS! Too bad CNN poll says 75% Trump's speech POSITIVE
— slone (@slone) July 22, 2016
— GodGuns&Trump ?? (@PatriotByGod) July 22, 2016
Look at this poll last night on CNN gauging people's responses to Trump's speech.
And this was on CNN! pic.twitter.com/baLpDuwh6a
— ???Dr.OLMO⭐?? (@realDrOlmo) July 22, 2016
The amazing thing is that even though CNN probably skewed their own poll to hurt Trump, he STILL dominated. Real numbers must be amazing.
— Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) July 22, 2016
— King Robbo (@realkingrobbo) July 22, 2016
LOL.. a CNN poll. Their heads must be spinning. https://t.co/zcxOePhjtC
— rider writer (@HBwriterMike) July 22, 2016
Hard to reconcile media's gloomy assessment of Trump's speech with CNN poll that found 75% of voters viewed it positively.
— Eric Fehrnstrom (@EricFehrn) July 22, 2016
Trump CNN Snap Poll: 57% had a "very positive reaction" to the address and 18% "a somewhat positive." 75%! Journalists in Full Panic Mode.
— Fearless Spectator (@shootersix) July 22, 2016
— President Trump (@CharlesMahoney8) July 22, 2016
CNN/ORC Poll on Trump speech:respondents 41% ID as Repub, 23% Dem, 36% ind. Poll "does not and cannot reflect the views of all Americans"
— mickeyblum (@mickeyblum) July 22, 2016
— Fernando Amandi Sr. (@FernandoAmandi) July 22, 2016
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