Republicans have a strong message for President Trump: Fight on.
A new survey found that three-quarters of the party’s voters believe Trump’s claim that his foes destroyed ballots and stole the election for Democrat Joe Biden.
And a solid majority of Republicans said that Trump should keep up the battle to win.
The latest Rasmussen Reports survey highlights that overall, and by a 61% to 33% margin, voters want Trump to concede to Biden.
But the details of the poll suggest that giving up is a one-sided affair and doesn’t include the Trump Train.
For example, when asked if “it’s likely that Democrats stole votes or destroyed pro-Trump ballots in several states to ensure that Biden would win,” 75% of Republicans said it’s likely, with 61% calling it “very likely.”
And when asked if Trump should concede, the GOP split was 57% no to 37% yes.
The analysis added, “The older the voter, the less supportive they are of Trump conceding the election to Biden. Whites oppose concession more strongly than blacks and other minority voters do.”
Author: Paul Bedard
Source: Washington Examiner: Most in GOP say Biden ‘stole’ election, want Trump to fight on