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Donald Trump is wrong that Virginia saw "huge increase" in illegal immigration under Tim Kaine. Do the majority of people believe anything Trump says?

Donald Trump is wrong that Virginia saw "huge increase" in illegal immigration under Tim Kaine. Do the majority of people believe anything Trump says?
  • Mostly they do.

    Do you believe he wants to stop illegal immigration? Do you think that at least part of his plan is to build a better wall?
    Sure, the source he used to make the claim was inaccurate but even the real numbers show that the number of illegal immigrants is still increasing. The only question is, where did he get his figures?
    If you look at Trumps campaign, it seams like is constantly speaking his mind no matter if people like it or not. This makes him an open book.
    If anyone can't be trusted it's Hillary. Between the questionable business deals when her husband was president, her cheating in the DNC primaries, her mishandling of top secret document, and her pay for play methods she used as Secretary of State, I wouldn't trust her to run a bake sale much less this country.

  • Yes, the majority of people believe anything Trump says.

    OK, saying that the majority of people believe anything Donald Trump says is a bit strong but I honestly believe that many people do tend to believe much of what he spews without researching due to the forcefulness of his character. Yes, there are many well informed and intelligent folks who do not fall into this category but sadly there are also many who do.

  • Most people don't believe anything Trump says

    Most people do not believe anything Trump says. Even Republicans know that Donald Trump is full of crap. Trump is a blowhard ignoramus. Most people, even his supporters, realize this and attribute his speech as harmless hyperbole. Trump is a candidate that relies on emotions not on telling the truth.

  • No, I feel only a small number of people believes Trump.

    No, I don't think that a majority of people believe what Trump says. I think most people who pay attention to politics are intelligent and informed. Only a small group of disaffected people who want to blame someone for their woes, and who are seduced by people with power and some level of charisma, will believe what he says. The rest will see right through his lies.

  • No, the number of people who believe Trump unconditionally is exaggerated by the media.

    Donald Trump has consistently polled much lower than his opponent, Hillary Clinton, since the DNC. If the majority of people believed anything Donald Trump says, then those numbers would be drastically different. There are a number of media channels, notably Fox News, that are clearly in support of Trump as a presidential candidate. It serves their purpose to report on and interview those who do believe Trump.


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