It looks like the vast majority of Republicans see past your sham.
According to a new poll from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, 71% of Republicans view Joe Biden as illegitimate.
No wonder the J6 commission is hardly making any progress!
And it’s no wonder that only Rino’s like Liz Cheney are the only Republicans who even support this so-called investigation.
More details below:
Only 21 Percent of Republicans Believe Joe Biden Legitimately Won 2020 Election, New Poll Finds https://t.co/pZcLAhLpiZ
— Mediaite (@Mediaite) December 30, 2021
Most Republicans still doubt legitimacy of President Joe Biden’s election, UMass poll shows https://t.co/m90HVhkqso
— masslivenews (@masslivenews) December 29, 2021
Poll Shows That Only 6% of Republicans Believe that Joe Biden’s 2020 Election Win Was “Definitely Legitimate”
— Anthony (@Tony19542) December 30, 2021
Unlike the Russia-Russia-Russia hoax, there are endless questions about the legitimacy of the 2020 election.
And unfortunately for Democrats, they’ve worked tirelessly to avoid transparency.
If they aren’t afraid of the truth, then why have they fought audits and honest investigations every step of the way?
Now, they are reaping the consequences.
A vast majority of Republicans do not believe that Biden is the legitimate president.
Per the poll from University of Massachusetts:
One year after thousands of supporters of former President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol in an attempt to protest and disrupt the certification of Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential election, the results of a new national University of Massachusetts Amherst Poll released today show 71% of Republicans – and one-third of the nation – continue to believe that Biden’s victory was illegitimate, and that Republicans continue to blame Democrats, Antifa and the Capitol Police for the events of Jan. 6. They also oppose both the continuation of law enforcement efforts to prosecute the rioters and attempts to learn more about what happened that day.
The poll of 1,000 respondents found that only 58% of Americans believe that Biden’s electoral victory was legitimate, with more than a fifth (22%) saying that it was “definitely not legitimate,” numbers nearly identical to an April 2021 UMass Amherst Poll (59% / 24%). Only one-fifth of Republicans (21%) view Biden’s victory as legitimate.
“Given the continued questioning of Biden’s victory by prominent Republican elected officials, conservative media personalities and former President Trump, it is no surprise that 7 in 10 Republicans, conservatives and Trump voters view the results of the 2020 election with skepticism, if not outright disbelief,” says Tatishe Nteta, associate professor of political science at UMass Amherst and director of the poll. “However, overall American opinion on the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election has remained steady since April, as close to 6 in 10 Americans view Biden’s victory as legitimate.”
“Public officials need to shore up faith in how we vote,” says Raymond La Raja, professor of political science at UMass Amherst and associate director of the poll. “The top reason voters don’t think Biden’s victory was legitimate has to do with belief in fraud – 83% of the poll’s respondents cited fraudulent ballots being counted by election officials to help Biden win in several states. Roughly the same percentage – 81% – claim that absentee ballots from dead people also helped him. Meanwhile, 76% blamed non-citizens and other ineligible voters who cast ballots. These are extremely worrisome perceptions, and improved faith in the electoral process won’t happen until Republicans stop saying the election was stolen.”
Republicans continue to defend the events of Jan. 6 and those who perpetrated the attacks on the capitol, with 80% describing the events as a “protest,” while the majority (55%) of all respondents of the poll use the term “riot.” While 62% of Republicans said the perpetrators were “protestors,” more than a quarter (26%) deemed the pro-Trump horde “patriots,” while similar numbers (27%) also said they were “Antifa.” Democrats, meanwhile, nearly equally described them as “insurrectionists,” “white nationalists” and “rioters” (68% each), a “mob” (67%) and “terrorists” (64%).
Chances are that the majority of Democrats no longer believe the Russia hoax.
Because it was clearly a scam from the get-go.
But now Republicans appear to be locked into the belief that Joe Biden stole the presidency.
Only 21% of Republicans said Biden was the rightful president in a new poll https://t.co/89rL3ZwE5h
— Sam Levine (@srl) December 30, 2021
— John Kruzel (@johnkruzel) December 29, 2021
Nearly half of GOP voters said that Biden's win over Trump was "definitely not legitimate." https://t.co/i8QP0TcjKk
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) December 30, 2021
But this is just the beginning of the bad news for Democrats.
While Democrats want President Trump to disappear, Republicans want MORE.
Compare this to Democrats, who want Joe Biden to go away.
If Joe Biden truly won 81 million votes, then how did his approval rating drop so quickly?
Why is Donald Trump more popular than Joe Biden?
Issues Insights confirms that Republicans are clamoring for Trump to run again:
When it comes to the 2024 presidential election, Republicans are far more enthusiastic about former President Trump running again than Democrats are about President Biden gaining a second term, new data from the December I&I/TIPP Poll show. It’s yet another sign that, a mere 11 months into his term, Biden’s support remains surprisingly weak within his own party.
The I&I/TIPP Poll gave respondents the names of Trump and 15 other possible Republican candidates, asking “Who do you want to see run for president on the Republican ticket in 2024?” We asked the same question for the Democrats. We wrote about those results last week here and here.
In our poll, 24% of those queried in whatever party said they wanted President Trump to run again, while 22% said they wanted Biden to do so.
But the apparent closeness of the support for the two possible candidates may be deceptive. A closer look at the data shows a wide disparity in actual support for the two candidates within their own parties.
As the poll numbers clearly show, Trump’s support within the Republican Party is far stronger than Biden’s within the Democratic Party. Among Republicans, 60% said they wanted Trump to run again for president in 2024. In contrast, just 37% of Democrats wanted Biden to run again in three years, a devastating sign of Biden’s weakening support within his own party.
Among independents, 17% express support for a Trump run in 2024, compared to just 8% for Biden, a worrisome data point for Democrats hoping to attract swing voters in coming elections.
All these data come from December’s I&I/TIPP Poll of 1,013 registered voters. The poll was conducted online from Dec. 1-4 by TechnoMetrica Market Intelligence, I&I’s polling partner, with a margin of error of +/-3.2 percentage points.
With the New Year right around the corner, it looks like 2022 is poised to be the comeback of President Trump.
What do you think?
When will Trump’s nationwide comeback begin?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!