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Seven Letter Poll: 79 Percent of Trump Voters Say Election 'Stolen'

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By    |   Monday, 23 November 2020 05:36 PM

A majority of President Donald Trump voters say the election was stolen from the president and they would like to see him run again in 2024 if Joe Biden is ultimately declared the next president, the Washington Examiner reports.

According to a new survey released Monday from communications and messaging firm Seven Letter, 79% of Trump backers think the Democrats stole the election through voter fraud. It also found 66% of Trump voters want the president to run again in four years.

"Sixty-six percent of GOP voters think President Trump should run again for president in 2024," the survey says. "Provided a list of potential candidates, Trump leads the 2024 field among Republican voters, with 35%. He's trailed by Vice President Mike Pence (19%), Donald Trump Jr. (11%), Amb. Nikki Haley (7%), and Sen. Ted Cruz (6%)."

The survey was the first conducted by Seven Letter Insight, a public opinion and messaging research firm. Seven Letter Insight is led by Matt George, founder and president of Matt George Associates, and a former partner at Luntz Global Partners.

The survey sampled 1,500 Americans from Nov. 10-19.

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