The GOP’s ‘stolen-election’ fever has dropped, for now
What is the story of Trump’s false claim that President-elect Joe Biden’s 2020 win was illegitimate.?
Nobody knows but Quinnipiac University shows thirty percent of Republicans say the results of the 2022 election were not legitimate. where the Marquette University law school gave data that 16 percent of Republicans say they’re “not at all confident” that the 2022 votes were accurately cast and counted.
The Pew Research Center also has a series of applicable findings on this question. poll of last week showed 53 percent of Republicans say the 2022 election was run at least “somewhat well,”.
Conservative media play an important role to entertain a stolen-election crusade. And become a huge reason for the shift is the willingness of certain elements in this regard Fox News welcomed a series of Trump-aligned guests who lodged wild conspiracy theories about voter fraud, voting machines, “vote dumps.” etc.
“The authorities are waiting, and watching.” but it’s been so long that the audience lose interest in this topic and we can say The GOP’s ‘stolen-election’ fever has dropped, for now.
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