Voters Make Jaw-Dropping 2020 Election Confession

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( – Monday’s entrance polls in Iowa ahead of the caucuses found that around two-thirds of likely GOP voters in the state did not believe that President Biden had legitimately won the 2020 election.

Approximately 66 percent of Iowa caucusgoers claimed that the 2020 election victory of Joe Biden had been illegitimate while only 29 percent believed the opposite. However, despite the widespread belief held by likely Republican voters, the allegations of election fraud have been disproven many times. The polls also showed that around 69 percent of those who did not believe that Biden had been the legitimate winner of the 2020 election were also supporters of President Biden.

However, of those who stated that Biden had legitimately won the 2020 presidential election, 53 percent had stated they were backing former United National ambassador Nikki Haley in the election. Many of them also self-identified as “liberal” or “moderate.”

Around 20 percent of Iowa caucusgoers had ended up backing Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis who managed to place second in the race.

Despite the many legal troubles that former president Donald Trump is currently facing, including his four criminal indictments, he still managed to receive over 50 percent of the votes in the Iowa caucus.

Approximately two-thirds of caucusgoers noted that even if Trump was convicted in one of the cases against him they would still believe that he was fit to serve in the White House. However, around one-third stated that they disagreed with that statement. Nearly half of those who disagreed are supporting Haley in the race.

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