Poll: 84% accept Trump as legitimate president-elect, including three fourths of Clinton voters

Poll: 84% accept Trump as legitimate president-elect, including three fourths of Clinton voters

[Ed. – So the massive street protests are representing…George Soros.]

Progressive snowflakes are losing their minds, but their violent temper tantrums are mostly centered in the most liberal parts of the country. These nonsensical antics are in Portland, Baltimore, Los Angeles, San Francisco bay area, and Philadelphia. You know—the usual places. Yet, while dumpsters are being set on fire and objects are being thrown at police, 84 percent of Americans accept the results of the 2016 election, including 76 percent on Hillary supporters. And yes, even 83 percent of voters accepted George W. Bush as their president, even with him losing the popular vote, but winning the Electoral College.

After Donald Trump’s surprise defeat of Hillary Clinton in the highly contentious 2016 presidential campaign, 84% of Americans say they accept Trump as the legitimate president, but 15% do not. Among Clinton voters, 76% accept Trump and 23% do not.

The results are from a one-night Gallup poll conducted Nov. 9, the day after the presidential election. …

Gallup asked the same question about George W. Bush in December 2000, and found 83% of Americans accepting Bush as the legitimate president, essentially the same as the percentage who now accept Trump.

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