Most white women without college degrees think Biden STOLE 2020 election

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Most white women without college degrees think Biden STOLE 2020 election – and 18 percent say Trump will ‘likely’ be REINSTATED – in new poll

  • A majority of white women without college degrees thought that Biden didn’t ‘legitimately’ beat Trump in the 2020 election, according to a new poll
  • Fifty-one percent of 339 white women without degrees polled said the election was stolen, compared with 29 percent of 207 degree-holding white women 
  • Of 1,473 respondents to the Economist poll, 5 percent of Democrats, 39 percent of Independents and 77 percent of Republicans thought Biden stole the election
  • Eighteen percent of white women without college degrees said that Trump was ‘likely’ to be reinstated before the end of 2021 


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A majority of white women without college degrees still believe that Donald Trump did not lose the 2020 election by a legitimate vote in a new poll, showing that cries of Stop the Steal continue to resonate around the country.  

The survey, conducted between November 14 and 16 by The Economist/YouGov poll, asked 339 white women without college degrees  and 209 degree-holding white women whether Joe Biden ‘legitimately won the election, or not?’

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There were 51 percent of white women without college degrees who answered no, compared with just 29 percent of college-educated white women who said Trump was robbed, pollsters found.  

The poll also showed that 10 percent of non-college educated white women thought it was ‘very likely’ and another 8 percent felt it was ‘somewhat likely’ that Trump would be reinstated before the end of the year, compared to just 9 percent of college-educated white women who thought the scenario was possible.  

Of the college-educated white women, just 29 percent felt that Biden had 'stolen' the 2020 election. A whopping 51 percent of white women without college degrees held the same sentiment, pollsters found

Of the college-educated white women, just 29 percent felt that Biden had ‘stolen’ the 2020 election. A whopping 51 percent of white women without college degrees held the same sentiment, pollsters found

Former President Donald Trump has alleged that voter fraud skewed last year's presidential contest in current President Biden's favor, and his message is resonating - in June, 32 percent of those polled by Monmouth University agreed with his allegations

Former President Donald Trump has alleged that voter fraud skewed last year’s presidential contest in current President Biden’s favor, and his message is resonating – in June, 32 percent of those polled by Monmouth University agreed with his allegations

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Of nearly 1,500 polled in the Economist study, 95 percent of Democrats and 61 percent of Independents said that Biden bested Trump legitimately in the election. Only 23 percent of Republican respondents, across genders and levels of education, conceded that the election’s results were legitimate.  

Similar splits presented themselves when respondents were separated by their 2020 election pick or their ideological leanings. 

But among non-political designations – gender, race, age, income and region – only white women without college degrees featured a majority that believed Biden had ‘stolen’ the election. 

Trump has alleged that voter fraud skewed last year’s presidential contest in current President Biden’s favor, and his message is resonating – in June, 32 percent of those polled by Monmouth University agreed with his allegations.  

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The November poll also showed that 10 percent of non-college educated white women though it was 'very likely' and another 8 percent felt it was 'somewhat likely that former President Donald Trump would be reinstated before the end of the year, compared to just 9 percent of college-educated white women who agreed

The November poll also showed that 10 percent of non-college educated white women though it was ‘very likely’ and another 8 percent felt it was ‘somewhat likely that former President Donald Trump would be reinstated before the end of the year, compared to just 9 percent of college-educated white women who agreed

In an earlier Economist/YouGov poll, conducted in October, 13 percent of Republicans across genders and education levels surveyed said it was ‘very likely’ that Trump would be reinstated as President before the year’s end.  

Trump suggested at a rally in Perry, Georgia that he may be reinstated as President this year due to what he characterized as ‘tremendous’ voter fraud when he was asked when ‘America would get President Trump back.’   

‘Well we’re going to see,’ Trump responded. ‘There’s been tremendous voter fraud. And it’s being revealed on a daily basis and we’ll see what happens.’

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