New poll: 35% of registered US voters think 2020 presidential election results should be overturned
Survey was conducted among 1,999 registered voters from Oct. 22-24
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A new Morning Consult/ Politico poll shows 35% of U.S. voters think the results of the 2020 presidential election should be overturned.
The poll shows that among those who think the results should be overturned, 29% said they should "definitely" be overturned and 19% said "probably." In those two categories, 39% collectively said "no."
The survey was conducted among 1,999 registered voters from Oct. 22-24. The margin of error was 2%.
Among those who identified as "Republican" or "leans Republican," 58%, 40% and 18%, respectively, said "definitely" and "probably" to the same question: "Do you think the results of the 2020 presidential election should be overturned?"
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