Telling new Trump polls throw leftist Twitter into an angry tailspin

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It’s clear that the corrupt media establishment does not report in President Trump’s favor in response to an election marred by widespread allegations of fraud, polling is working in the president’s favor.

A 2020 Voter Priorities Survey conducted by Politico shows that 79% of those who voted for Trump believe the election was stolen.


“Trump’s messaging that focused on illegal voting and fraud has resonated for nearly 8-in-10 of his voters,” the survey stated.

Meanwhile, 88% of those who voted for the perceived winner, Joe Biden, said move along, there’s nothing to see here.


The survey found that nearly two-thirds of Trump voters don’t accept the results of the election, noting that this “level of distrust in election results is unprecedented.”

Then again, when 78-year-old “Sleepy Joe” Biden surpassed Barack Obama’s record of 69.4 million votes in 2008 by ten million, it’s not surprising that people believe the fix was in.

Told that Biden “has been declared winner of the 2020 Presidential election,” those being surveyed were asked if they accept the result, resulting in 97% of Biden voters answering yes, compare to just 38% of Trump voters.

In what may better prove the media’s liberal bias in America more than anything, 72% of Biden supporters believe the media plays an important role in our democracy, while 83% of Trump voters see the media as the enemy of the people.

The results reflect the polarized nature of our politics, with 81% of Republicans voters say they have less respect for Democrats than they did four years ago — the figure may be low given that Republicans have been called Nazis and racists the past four years —  while 77% of Democrats say the same thing about Republicans.

The poll surveyed 1,500 voters online from Nov. 10 to Nov.19, and has a 2.5% margin of error.

Speaking of polling, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds just under half of voters support the idea of Trump running for president in 2024, should his legal challenges to the 2020 election fail.

Taken between Nov.17-19, 47%  of registered voters support another presidential run by Trump in four years, while 53% oppose the idea.

From a partisan perspective, three out of four Republican voters, or 75%, favor Trump running for the White House again in 2024, while 76% of Democratic voters oppose it.

In that regard, the Washington Post reported this week that Trump has privately told confidants he could announce a 2024 campaign before the end of this year — take that for what it’s worth, considering the source.

As for the polling, the intolerant left took a break from calling for the country to come together in the name of unity to go into a tailspin, attacking Trump supporters online.

Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:

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