Should the results of the 2020 election that placed Joe Biden in the White House be overturned?
This question was posed in a new poll conducted by Politico and Morning Consult.
The poll found that 35 percent of registered voters believed the 2020 presidential election results should be overturned.
Twenty-two percent of respondents said the results should “definitely be overturned.”
Thirteen percent said the results should “probably be overturned.”
Although more Americans still believe the results should not be overturned, 35 percent is still a significant number of people.
The data was collected between Oct. 22nd and 24th.
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Among respondents who said they were Republican or leaned Republican, 58 percent said the 2020 presidential election results should be overturned. Only 14 percent of Democrats or Democrat-leaning voters felt that way.
While these poll responses are not proof the election was stolen, they do show that major doubts still exist among many Americans. These doubts are also shown in responses to another question from the poll asking voters if they believed the 2022 elections will be free and fair.Advertisement
Among all voters, 57 percent said they believed the elections would be free and fair, while 31 percent said they did not believe that. When broken down by party, the responses looked much different.
For voters who were Democrats or leaned Democrat, 76 percent felt the 2022 elections will be free and fair. Only 13 percent felt they would not be free and fair, and 10 percent didn’t know or had no opinion.
In contrast, just 38 percent of Republicans felt the elections would be free and fair. By comparison, 48 percent said they did not believe the elections would be fair, and 13 percent had no opinion.
Leftists would certainly argue that partisan divide is due to “election misinformation” from Republican politicians, and that certainly may have contributed to Republican voters’ election doubts. However, it is not the only factor.
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