Poll Finds Most Americans Uncertain of Donald Trump’s Birthplace

by on April 27, 2011 · 5 comments

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By Nate Silver / New York Times / April 26, 2011

A new Gallup/USA Today poll finds significant doubt about whether Donald Trump, the real estate mogul and television personality who is considering a bid for presidency, was born in the United States.

According to the survey, just 43 percent of Americans believe that Mr. Trump was definitely born in the United States. Another 20 percent believe that he was probably born here. Some 7 percent of respondents told Gallup that Mr. Trump was probably or definitely born in another country, while 30 percent were uncertain.

No, this poll is not a joke. We’re several weeks past April Fools’ Day. But it’s one that should encourage us to proceed more cautiously when we see similar numbers reported for President Obama.

There aren’t any good reasons to doubt that Mr. Trump, who has furnished a copy of his birth certificate, was born in the United States.

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Shane Finneran April 27, 2011 at 10:11 am

And even if Trump’s birthplace is confirmed, another question will always remain: what mutant galaxy did his nasty hairstyle come from?


Outlaw April 27, 2011 at 11:10 am

lmao!! Trump just made a complete A$$ out of himself.

I found this poll. I voted with the 55%

Even some Right Wingers I know were like “LET IT GO!” LOL


Gary Ghirardi April 27, 2011 at 8:39 pm

Maybe we could just have monthly presidents who can pony up 1 billion bucks for the ride. Then pay off the National Debt in only 1,166 years!


Old Hermit Dave April 28, 2011 at 9:08 am

Personally I don’t care if Obama was born in China and his parents were Russian citizens. American presidents since 2000 are only puppets of the New World Order Criminal Gang.


Frank Gormlie April 28, 2011 at 10:33 am

Dave, why stop at 2000? What about Reagan or Bush I or Nixon for that matter? Or Ike, or JFK, or LBJ, or Carter?


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