Majority of Republicans say 2020 election was invalid: poll
The poll from the R Street Institute, a free markets group, found that 67 percent of Republicans view the past election as invalid, compared to 23 percent who believe it was valid.
“In the wake of the contentious November 2020 election, it’s more important than ever to defend the principles that underpin our democracy,” said Jonathan Bydlak, interim director of the R Street Institute’s governance program. “That starts with understanding voters’ feelings about the legitimacy and administration of the election. Following Donald Trump’s loss, a significant portion of the electorate, primarily Republican voters, still distrust our election systems.”
The R Street poll of 1,200 Republican voters nationwide was conducted between Jan. 25 and Feb. 5. with a margin of error of 2.83 percentage points.