WATCH: We Asked Americans a (Very) Tiny Question About Donald Trump
4% Say Trump’s “Manhood” is Above-Average in New Scientific Poll of Registered Voters Using Same Methodology as NBC News
Asks Americans What Size They Really Think His “Anatomy” Is
NEW YORK, NY – The new media network CAFE
has released a new video late Wednesday on a critical issue that has divided America’s leading Republicans from Donald Trump to Marco Rubio: the size of Donald Trump’s anatomy. A new (actual) poll released by CAFE Wednesday shows that 96 percent the vast majority of Americans believe that the GOP presidential candidate’s “manhood” is actually average or below average in size, despite his strident assertions to the contrary.
Watch Editor-In-Chief Blake Zeff re
vealport the results in front of Trump Tower: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fo8R5_71KFk
In the online poll of registered voters conducted by SurveyMonkey, 61% surveyed said they believe that Trump’s manhood is average in size, while 35% say that the New York billionaire is actually below-average. Just 4% of respondents surveyed believe Trump when he says he is above-average.
The poll was conducted using SurveyMonkey
with methodology similar to major news organizations like NBC News, working with a pollster so respected he refused to be publicly associated with this subject matter. The poll is the first in a six-part series of national surveys CAFE will be unveiling about the likely GOP nominee.
CAFE surveyed 658 registered voters from May 26-27. Respondents were chosen at random through the same opt-in online platform currently used by a major national broadcast network. Survey data was weighted by age and gender to accurately represent the expected 2016 presidential electorate.
CAFE is a new media network & brand creating original content about the news across 9 channels. Prior to its official launch, it’s already developed a rabid following with numerous media profiles highlighting its parody pundit Carl Diggler’s superior forecasting performance to FiveThirtyEight’s Nate Silver, as well as plaudits for its viral videos and much-discussed interview with DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz live from the Democratic presidential debate.