Americans Have Spoken — And They Agree With Donald Trump

Take away the media hysteria, the Democrat witch hunt, and endless attacks from the liberal elite, and Donald Trump remains the most popular president in U.S. history. The majority of the country agrees with his dictates, while many remain silent in their support given the nonsensical political climate in today’s day in age.

His immigration policies are responsible for capturing the votes of millions of Americans in 2016 — and now the war against voter fraud is inspiring a whole new swath of likely voters.

A majority of likely voters (61%) agree with the Former President on the need for states to reform their election laws and bolster election security. A new Rasmussen Report confirms voters’ concerns with the flimsy attempt for Democrats to continue to steal elections.

To celebrate the July 4 holiday, Trump released a statement urging more states to enact election reform like Texas and Georgia have.

“Election reform must happen in swing states like Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Arizona where voters have lost confidence in their electoral process.”

Here’s how the the poll breaks down:

  • 42% strongly agree with Trump’s statement and 19% “somewhat” agree.
  • 34% disagree with Trump’s statement.
  • 84% of Republicans agree with Trump.
  • 56% of likely voters agree with President Joe Biden’s statement that America is “facing the most significant test of our democracy since the Civil War” regarding election reforms.
  • 33% “strongly” agree with Biden, while 23% “somewhat” agree.
  • 37% disagree with Biden.
  • 82% of Democrats agree with the president.
  • 63% of independents agree with Trump about the need for election reform.
  • 41% of independents agree with Biden that America is “facing the most significant test of our democracy since the Civil War.”

The poll, conducted on July 15 and 18, surveyed 1,000 likely voters in the U.S. The margin of error is plus or minus 3 percentage points.

The survey came after Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, had vetoed an election reform bill that had been passed by the GOP-held state Legislature.

Trump’s statement criticized the 2020 presidential election featuring dead registered voters being kept on voter rolls by Pennsylvania’s then-secretary of state, Kathy Boockvar.

Author: Nolan Sheridan