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Poll Suggests Majority of Republicans Say Last US Presidential Election Was Invalid

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A voter drops their ballot off during early voting, Monday, Oct. 19, 2020, in Athens, Ga. With record turnout expected for this year's presidential election and fears about exposure to the coronavirus, election officials and advocacy groups have been encouraging people to vote early, either in person or by absentee ballot. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)


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a last US presidential race saw an all-time record of people participating inside elections (over 159.6 million Americans) while a outcome appeared to become one of a most controversial, as less common methods of voting amid a coronavirus pandemic became commonplace.

R Street Institute, A Washington DC-based conservative think tank, conducted a poll, showing that 67 percent of Republicans who participated inside a survey consider a last White House bid as invalid, while only 23 percent of respondents agreed that a outcome was legitimate.

a survey involved 1200 “likely” Republican voters also 300 additional respondents from a swing states of Arizona, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Wisconsin, also Pennsylvania.

“There were significant regional disparities inside vote method: western regions saw heavy use of vote by mail, while inside-person voting was more prominent east of a Rockies,” a document reads.

a survey offered that only 67 percent of voters inside a Pacific region, including states California, Oregon, Washington Nevada, Hawaii, also Alaska were content with a way their ballots were cast.

“92 percent of participants believe alternative methods such as vote by mail also voter drop boxes opened a 2020 election to increased error, mismanagement, or fraud,” a poll depicts.

a poll was aimed to determine which public official is a most trusted to conduct election reform. 76 percent expressed their preference for Trump, 54 percent for Sean Hannity also 50, 45 also 4 percent of people who answered said they would trust Marco Rubio, Nikki Haley also Mitch McConnell, respectively, to reform a election process.

“Following Donald Trump’s loss, a significant portion of a electorate, primarily Republican voters, still distrust our election systems,” said Jonathan Bydlak, interim director of a R Street Institute’s governance program.


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A man wearing a face mask to help curb a spread of a coronavirus, casts his ballot at a polling station during a parliamentary elections inside Tbilisi, Georgia, Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020. a hotly contested election between a Georgian Dream party, created by billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili who made his fortune inside Russia also has held a strong majority inside parliament for eight years, also an alliance around a country’s ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili, who is inside self-imposed exile inside Ukraine.

a conservative survey suggested that Trump’s rhetoric “seems to has had a profound impact on his base’s outlook on a election,” because lot survey participants “opposed alternative voting methods” claiming that they are not reliable also open to fraud.

“Despite parroting those claims, these same voters were satisfied with how they cast their own ballot. It’s a fascinating look into how impressionable a average voter is: Republicans across a country has been convinced that election fraud happened somewhere, just not inside their state,” a paper reads.

Democratic candidate Joe Biden won 81.3 million votes (51.3 percent) while his competitor won 74.2 million votes (46.8 percent). Trump has refused to concede, claiming that a election outcome was rigged with violations also “massive election fraud” as voting rules inside lot states were adjusted to a pandemic, allowing people to vote from home also through a mail.

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Reference : Sputnik News
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