They’re not buying the propaganda.
According to a CNBC/Change Research poll, 97 percent of Trump voters either think Trump won the election or are unsure about the true winner. A mere three percent said they thought Joe Biden won.
73 percent of all Trump voters say the president won the election, while 24 percent said they weren’t sure who won.
Further data shows 66 percent of Trump voters do not want Trump to ever concede and 31 percent want Trump to continue his court battles until it’s officially over.
CNBC is of course taking the line that “the poll underscores the potentially bigger harm Trump’s lies about the vote tallies have done to public faith in the electoral process.” Whereas we at Big League Politics say that the poll underscores the widespread awareness that the fix is in.
In related news, 72 percent of Republican voters want their party leaders to affiliate themselves with Trump’s “America First” policies, even if Biden pulls off the steal and gets inaugurated.
As the president makes unsubstantiated claims about electoral malfeasance and sows doubts about vote tallies, only 3% of Trump voters surveyed said they accept Biden’s victory as legitimate, the survey released Monday found. A staggering 73% of respondents consider Trump the legitimate winner. Another 24% said they are not sure.
A mere 3% of Trump voters believe he should concede to Biden and start the peaceful transfer of power. Another 31% want the president to fight in court until states certify results. Two-thirds, or 66%, think Trump should never concede.
- A mere 3% of voters for President Donald Trump think President-elect Joe Biden won the 2020 election, while 73% think the incumbent was the victor, according to a CNBC/Change Research poll.
- As Trump repeatedly loses vote challenges in court as his lawyers fail to prove wrongdoing in the election count, two-thirds of his supporters think he should never concede to Biden.
- The findings underscore the harm Trump’s unsubstantiated claims have done to confidence in the U.S. electoral system.