Public Opinion Survey on U.S. Coup Attempt

Are we headed toward another civil war? A significant fraction of Republican respondents (24%) support last week’s attempted coup!

The survey was paid for by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, and the full report is available here.

About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.
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4 Responses to Public Opinion Survey on U.S. Coup Attempt

  1. It’s important that everyone feel that things are done legally and transparently.
    If there’s any suspicion that either side is cheating than there needs to be a full check on that done by a party both sides can agree on.
    If people are forced to accept a result that doesn’t sound accurate then there will be an equal resulting rise against the results.
    What if the results had been checked by a party all sides could agree on?
    What if all poll watchers were heard and what they saw was checked?
    What if all polling machines were checked
    AND
    Voting at problem machines was 100% redone?
    Making an entire political party feel like we’ve been railroaded into accepting a result we feel is wrong brings really bad results.
    I don’t want to see a civil war..
    But I know many are ready for it.
    We have a right to be free
    With this election many of us feel that freedom was taken away, not because we didn’t win, but because the numbers don’t add up and we’ve been denied the right to have everything checked in a way we feel comfortable accepting the results.
    It’s not about Democrats winning.
    It wasn’t this way when Obama won.
    It’s about how this election was won.

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