Polling data from CNBC and Change Research finds an overwhelming belief among Trump voters that President Donald Trump beat Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election, a finding that stands out as even more significant considering the anti-Trump, pro-Biden bias of NBC’s pollsters.
Despite a constant barrage of propaganda from the corporate media, Big Tech, the GOP, and Biden’s bizarre “Office of the President Elect,” most Trump supporters remain unconvinced of the mainstream narrative that Joe Biden won the 2020 election with a record number of votes.
The NBC poll surveyed 1,203 Trump voters over the past week.
Some 73% of respondents to the NBC poll said they consider Trump to be the legitimate winner of the 2020, with 24% remaining unsure either way. Just 3% believe Biden actually managed to win the election.
Notably, 3% is also the percentage of Trump voters who believe the President somehow has an obligation to concede the election to Biden.
A strong 66% say Trump should never concede, with 31% advocating for the POTUS to at least hold out via legal challenges until state results are certified.
Perhaps most importantly, the poll found that 72% of Trump voters identified more with Trump than with the Republican Party. If Trump were to leave the party, just 28% would stay with the GOP.
A poll from the New York times in early November found that 60% of Karens showed support for Joe Biden:
A voter preference voter poll from the New York Times and Siena College found that certain first names coincided with a strong statistical preference for either Republican candidate Donald Trump or Democrat candidate Joe Biden in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
Unsurprisingly, Donalds are most likely to support Trump, with 68% voting for the Donald and a scant 19% supporting Biden. 55% of Donnas also support The Donald, with only 36% supporting Biden.
Perhaps most interestingly, when the poll is is broken down into the top 10 most common male and female names, the name that votes most strongly for Biden is Karen, with 60% of Karens opposing Donald Trump.
The Trump campaign continues to mount legal challenges in battleground states, and shows little sign of caving to mob and media pressure to concede the election in the immediate future.