A majority of Republicans nonetheless imagine Donald Trump gained the 2020 U.S. presidential election and blame his loss to Joe Biden on unlawful voting, in keeping with a brand new Reuters/Ipsos opinion ballot.
The May 17-19 nationwide ballot discovered that 53% of Republicans imagine Trump, their celebration’s nominee, is the “true president” now, in comparison with 3% of Democrats and 25% of all Americans.
About one-quarter of adults imagine the Nov. 3 election was tainted by unlawful voting, together with 56% of Republicans, in keeping with the poll. The figures have been roughly the identical in a ballot that ran from Nov. 13-17 which discovered that 28% of all Americans and 59% of Republicans felt that manner.
A Democrat, Biden gained by greater than seven million votes. Dozens of courts rejected Trump’s challenges to the outcomes, however Trump and his supporters have continued in pushing baseless conspiracy theories on conservative news outlets.
The Reuters/Ipsos ballot confirmed that 61% of Republicans imagine the election was “stolen” from Trump. Only about 29% of Republicans imagine he ought to share some of the blame for his supporters’ Jan. 6 lethal riot on the U.S. Capitol.
Still, 67% of general respondents say they belief election officers of their city to do their job actually, together with 58% of Republicans, in keeping with the ballot.
The November and May polls have been each performed on-line, in English, all through the United States. The May ballot gathered responses from 2,007 adults, together with 909 Democrats and 754 Republicans. The ballot has a credibility interval, a measure of precision, of about 4 proportion factors.
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