POLL: Most believe the wrong person was declared president in 2016, 2020 (or both)

Just one in four voters (26%) say they believe the right person was declared the winner in the past two presidential elections. That means a full 74% disagree.

Recent Scott Rasmussen poll findings are consistent with a recent unscientific poll at SharylAttkisson.com as far as the 2020 election is concerned.

Twenty-six percent (26%) say they believe Hillary Clinton was the legitimate winner in 2016, while 31% say Donald Trump was the legitimate winner in 2020.

Seventy-seven percent (77%) of American voters polled say they think it’s important to reform voting laws and procedures before the 2020 election cycle.

Forty-six percent (46%) of those polled say early voting should be shorter than 15 days.

Seventy percent (70%) of all voters polled support requiring photo ID to vote, while 12% would support prohibiting the photo ID requirement.

Most voters (59%) agree that states should be required to remove people who have died or moved from the voter registration list.

Click here to read the poll result story at ScottRasmussen.com

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12 thoughts on “POLL: Most believe the wrong person was declared president in 2016, 2020 (or both)”

  1. Plant powered PITA

    And now the Leftists have ensured future voter fraud with their HR1, ‘For The People Act’.

    Shame on the GOP weasels for not fighting harder for Trump, but instead rolling over for Pelosi and her crime syndicate.

    This will take a lot of bloodshed to correct, peace is no longer a viable option. 1776, Ver. 2.0

  2. I assume those who felt Hillary won was because of the hundreds of thousands disenfranchised voters weeks before the election in key states but come on now she did mismanage the campaign and they should have brought it up sooner. Trump stated months prior to the election that the vote will be stolen once his polls told him he was likely to lose. By constantly lying about it both before and after the voting he managed to brain wash his supporters in believing him. They both lost, fair and square so get over it and fix what you think is broken in how we vote without blanket disenfranchising anyone.

    1. You don’t have to “assume”. Democrats spent the last 4 years saying President Trump colluded with Russia to steal the 2016 election. It was all over the news. It was a hoax – fake news.

      The sheer volume of voting irregularities, illegal changes in state voting laws, outright fraudulent ballots, etc. is massive and are out there for all to see except for one thing – the courts (and media) refuse to even look at the evidence.

      Big difference between 2016 and 2020.

      1. I never believed the collusion theory but my assumption had to do with Republicans disenfranchising 100,000’s which of course you ignored. Going after trump for 4 years was payback for republicans promising to make Obama a one-term president. Nothing personal, just business.

        If there is a case to prove, prove it! Stop crying about the courts and media.
        There is OAN, Fox and Newsmax to look in to the facts, so are they? There was fraud but not on the scale to swing an election as Clarence Thomas said and he added we are missing a chance to look in to voting and correct anything that is broken.

        1. Ventura Capitalist

          “republicans promising to make Obama a one-term president”

          This talking point is incandescently stupid.

          Why don’t you shoot us a link to the “Dems 4 W – 4 more years!” from back in 2003?

          No opposition party EVER wants a second term.

    2. Ventura Capitalist

      In 2016, in Mi and Wi, Stein got more votes than the margin between Clinton and Trump.
      SHE cost The Shrieking Fishwife the White House.

  3. I think I may move to Mexico. There criminals are moving here. Once I give up my citizenship, coming back at least I’ll be even more welcomed than before, with dental and health options on arrival, and a bed with a roof over my head. More than can be said for many in Commiefornia, sleeping on the streets under overpasses or with ratty tents. Immigrants are much more important than American homeless and mentally ill vets.

    As a personal note to Sharyl Attkisson, I share your articles and website on Telegram several times a day and I’m always asked if Sharyl is on Telegram. I know very well that there are a lot of social media platforms, but you might be missing a larger audience than you’d think. If you have to choose between there and Gab though, Gab needs you more.

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