Tuesday, September 07, 2021
Fewer than half of West Virginians believe the 2020 presidential election was legitimate and accurate. That's according to the latest MetroNews West Virginia Poll, which surveyed 400 registered voters August 20-25. Forty-four percent of respondents said the election result was determined legitimately. Forty-three percent said the result was the result of voting fraud and election rigging. And 14 percent said they aren't sure. Rex Repass "Talk about a divided point of view. You see that here," said Rex Repass, president of Research America, which conducts the West Virginia Poll. He said that reflects, "very strong opinions influenced by politically-hot rhetoric, and West Virginians are split right down the middle over whether we had a fair election in 2020."
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