Merkel, Macron and May Have Lower Approval Ratings Than Trump

Eric Striker
Daily Stormer
November 22, 2017


The Trump government, approaching the end of its first year, hasn’t accomplished much in terms of passing laws. Most people don’t agree the GOP’s legislative priorities, and Trump’s hurting in the polls because of it.

Rasmussen has Trump at 42% approval, and the Judenpress writes one story a day to remind you of how low that is.

But a recent Zogby poll on figures Judenpress likes – France’s Emmanuel Macron, Germany’s Angela Merkel, and the United Kingdom’s Theresa May – shows people hate them more.

Macron has an approval rating of 28%:

Theresa May clocks in at 28%:

Angela Merkel’s the outlier, with 40% approval:

Merkel’s numbers are definitely exaggerated. The truth is many Germans are afraid to say they don’t approve of her regime due to the sophisticated surveillance apparatus, where criticizing the government or state policies like immigration gets you fired from your job and/or thrown in prison. Merkel’s “Christian Democratic Union” only won 33% last September.

The bowl-cut wearing “leader of the free world”, as international Jewry has proclaimed her, can’t even form a government with her sycophants in “competing” yes-man parties. This is the first time since World War II that this has happened in Germany.

But beware, this may be an act to give Germans the illusion that their eyes are lying and there is any meaningful distinction between the many parties in the Bundestag. The probability is high that these are theatrics and Merkel will add another term to her dictatorship’s 12 consecutive years in power.

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