Regardless of Party, Americans Want President Who Wins the Most Votes, Poll Finds
Speaking in Helsinki on July 16, President Trump said, "the Electoral College is much more advantageous for Democrats" than Republicans.
In the wake of this comment, MEVC conducted a nationwide poll, asking if eligible voters support changing the rules of the presidential selection process so that the person who wins the most votes nationwide becomes president.
The result: 62% of Republican respondents support that rule change when learning that the President supports this change.
Of all eligible voters sampled, 74 percent believe the person who wins the most votes nationwide should become president.
What this confirms: regardless of party, Americans believe the person who wins the most votes nationwide should become president, and they're willing to change the rules to make sure that happens.
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