@#44 ... Rasmussen consistently fluffs Trump approval by weighting it towards Republicans. ...
I do not necessarily disagree.
But my comment still stands.
According to the Morning Consult website, methodology section... ( morningconsult.com )
...On a daily basis, Morning Consult surveys over 5,000 registered voters across the United States.
Note the "registered voters" mention.
So I repeat, my comment still stands.
Now, let's look at the real problem here that needs to be solved...
How do you determine how many of the Morning Consult "registered voters" become Rasmussen's
That is the major problem that vexes the surveying industry.
Let me state it simply...
How do you determine who will be a likely voter?
Eight months away from Election Day, how do you know who of the people you talk with will actually go out and vote.
The LATimes had an awesome article on this back in the 2016 timeframe, but my search engine skills are not up to the task of finding it again.
It is easy to say, "Yeah, that's Rasmussen."
But what do you have to substantiate what you say?