A reader suggested that I fiddle with the right-track-wrong-track polling graph I presented yesterday and removed all the results from Rasmussen. They poll a lot and do so via machines and some believe they have a Republican bias. Well, if you just take out Rasmussen and reduce the sensitivity, you get a result like this:

The difference with the favorables chart is even more pronounced:

Now check out the graphs with Rasmussen.

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