Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Fahrenheit 9/11: 'The Less That See It, The Better For Bush'

Fahrenheit 9/11: 'The Less That See It, The Better For Bush' - Elites TV - Your Elite News Source: "According to a recent Gallup survey, more than half of all American adults have either seen or expect to see Moore's wildly popular movie, Fahrenheit 9/11, a critical look at the Bush administration's decision to go to war with Iraq. The poll, conducted July 8-11, found that 8% of Americans said they have already seen the movie, 18% expected to see it at a theater, and 30% expected to watch it on DVD or home video.

The poll also found that generally Americans had a more unfavorable than favorable impression of the movie, 'but those who have seen it are overwhelmingly favorable. Democrats and Republicans have sharply different views, as do younger and older people.'

In an informal poll conducted by Moore's pollster friend -- who formerly worked for the Republicans -- he found that the 80% of the Fahrenheit 9/11 audiences in three different cities were essentially likely Kerry voters, but 'the movie has galvanized them in a way you rarely see Democrats galvanized.'

Though Moore says that '20 million people' have already seen his film, he is worried that the right people are not seeing it.

'The less (people) that see it, the better for Bush,' Moore's pollster firend told him. So, Moore now wants the people who aren't as prone to voting for Kerry in the audience. "

Barry Meyer
Elites TV


At 4:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fewer. The fewer that see it....


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