A majority of voters said in a Fox News poll this week that they believed President TrumpDonald Trump, shot one person in Washington state during the violent election protest of pro-Trump and anti-protest demonstrators and police clashes in the capital A day after the election demonstrations, COVID-19 infections have spread rapidly as officials race to distribute the vaccine More It weakens American democracy as he and his legal team move forward with lawsuits challenging the election results.
In the New poll, Which included 1,007 registered voters nationwide between December 6 and December 9, 56 percent of respondents said they believed Trump weakened American democracy by challenging results in multiple states.
Thirty-six percent of respondents said the opposite – they believe the president is strengthening American democracy by challenging election results. Eight percent replied that they did not know when asked.
to me Fox News, Answers to the question were partly along party lines, with 66 percent of respondents identified as Republicans saying the president was helping to advance American democracy by challenging the results.
84 percent of respondents who described themselves as Democrats said they believed the president was detrimental to American democracy by his actions, as well as 56 percent of respondents who identified themselves as independent.
When asked in the poll whether they want to see the president make another bid for the country’s highest office in 2024, 57% of respondents answered no, while 37% said yes. Six percent of those surveyed said they did not know.
Trump found the most support for running in 2024 among those who said they were Republicans, with 71 percent of respondents within the electoral bloc saying they would like to see him run again in four years.
Eighty-eight percent of survey respondents who identified as Democrats said they did not want to see the president compete in 2024, along with 60 percent of those who said they were independent.
Respondents in the survey were also asked whether they believed the election was stolen from the president because he continues to repeat unfounded allegations about voter fraud and allegations that the race was rigged.
The majority of respondents, 58 percent, said they did not believe the election was stolen from Trump, compared to 36 percent who said they did.
68 percent of respondents who described being Republicans said they believed the election was stolen from Trump, while 89 percent of those who said they were Democrats said they did not. And 65% of the Freelancers said they did not believe the race was stolen from Trump.
Fox News survey was conducted under the direction of Beacon Research and Shaw & Company Research. The poll contains a sample error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.