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Gallup Suddenly Cancels 74-Year Tradition of “Most Admired Man;” Is it Because Trump Won Bigly?


Did President Trump just win Gallup’s Most Admired Man Award?

We think so…

Otherwise, what’s the explanation for Gallup suddenly canceling this year’s award?

Think about it:

Gallup has been presenting this award for 74 years.

This is a major tradition.

But suddenly, Gallup doesn’t want to name a most admired man this year.

Keep in mind, just last week, the Guardian canceled its own “most admired” award after JK Rowling won by HUGE margins.

But JK Rowling has been “canceled” by the radical left because she has supposedly made anti-trans comments (she hasn’t).

So with that being said, we wouldn’t be surprised if Gallup canceled its own award similar to The Guardian.

More details below:

Let’s say that this is the reason Gallup canceled the award.

Isn’t it ironic that a man who “lost” the 2020 election would win the award over the man who “won?”

How does that make sense?!

Newsbusters was the first major organization to notice this mysterious move by Gallup:

Frequent consumers of news may be aware of Gallup’s annual poll measuring the “most admired man” in America which is typically announced a few days before New Year’s.

The poll was done yearly from 1946 through 2020, with 1976 the only year that was skipped.

NewsBusters pointed out a year ago that liberal news media lost interest in the annual poll after Donald Trump started edging out Barack Obama for first place, whereas the networks previously enjoyed using the survey to embarrassing Trump as sitting President failing to come in first place.

This year, a Google search conspicuously shows no sign that Gallup conducted such a poll for the past year, possibly because they couldn’t stand that thought having to report what likely would have been Trump coming in first again this year — after the January 6 riot.

The poll story has typically just hyped the first place finisher (even if it’s typically less than 20 percent), so Obama and President Joe Biden would likely have split the Democratic vote between them like last year, making it unlikely either would come in first place.

If that is indeed why Gallup has not released such a poll this year, it says something that one of the most prominent polling firms cited by the dominant media is so biased that they would choose not to do a poll, and break a 74-year tradition, if they expect not to approve of the results politically.

The last time Obama unequivocally came in first place was at the end of 2018, leading to coverage on ABC’s Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, the CBS Evening News, and the NBC Nightly News.

CNN’s flagship morning show, New Day, also carried it, as did CNN Tonight with Don Lemon and Anderson Cooper 360. When Trump tied Obama in 2019, those same shows ignored it, although NBC’s Today did cover it.

But last year, when Trump pushed Obama to second place, those same shows all ignored it.

This is how fake news works, folks.

They don’t just lie about Republicans.

They also fail to cover any positive stories about Republicans!

We predict that this is the case.


Because no other man would win.

And the man currently in the White House has the worst approval ratings in recent memory!

Even the left-leaning Boston Herald says Biden is in terrible shape.

Biden only has 22% support for re-election.

Kamala Harris is even worse at 12%.

According to the Boston Herald:

The numbers are cringeworthy — 22% and 12%.

That’s the support for President Biden and his VP Kamala Harris in an I&I/TIPP poll that asked who would you vote for in the 2024 election. Even if you doubt the veracity of all this polling, these are poor numbers.

The only good news for Biden, the survey adds, is “no favorite has emerged among the large field of potential challengers to run against Biden in the 2024 primaries.”


“It’s undeniable. Joe Biden is hurting in the polls right now and it’s due to a number of factors,” said Erin O’Brien, associate professor of political science at UMass Boston.

Those factors, she said, include the nagging pandemic, soaring inflation, lingering doubts about Biden’s foreign policy chops after the botched pullout from Kabul and lingering legislation.

The Journal adds that with Biden flatlining in the polls, he won’t be in a position to help Democrats fighting to keep their jobs in the midterms.

This comes as Democrats hold a slim majority in the House, where the split is 221-213, and in the Senate, at 50-50, but with Harris as the tiebreaker.

Support for former President Donald Trump remains strong among those loyal to him, so that also could be reflected in the polling that shows Biden needs to rebound or it will be too late to get much done in the second half of his tenure.

So what do you think?

Is it coincidence that Gallup ended their 74-year tradition?

Or are they trying to “protect” Joe Biden by not awarding the honor to President Trump?

Let us know in the comments below!


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