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Poll: Majority Of Republicans Don’t Believe Obama Won 2008 Election Legitimately

by @ 2:48 pm on November 19, 2009. Filed under 2008 Election, Barack Obama, Elections, Obama Derangement Syndrome, Politics

According to a new poll from Public Policy Polling, a majority of Republicans do not believe that President Obama won the 2008 Election legitimately:

PPP’s newest national survey finds that a 52% majority of GOP voters nationally think that ACORN stole the Presidential election for Barack Obama last year, with only 27% granting that he won it legitimately

Of course, what evidence there might be in favor of this majority “belief” is left unstated.

6 Responses to “Poll: Majority Of Republicans Don’t Believe Obama Won 2008 Election Legitimately”

  1. Chris Byrne says:

    Not the whole election, Just Ohio.

  2. James Young says:

    I agree that the election was rife with fraud by ACORN, but it is almost impossible that it was sufficient to affect the outcome of the race.

  3. ej says:

    partisan do this… what percentage of dems do you think thought Bush stoll the election in 2000 and even 2004?

  4. Vast Variety says:

    The only evidence of fraud committed in the ’08 election was in voter registrations that were turned in. Voter registrations do not equal fraudulent votes.

  5. James Young says:

    Yeah, VV. You go with that. Fraudulent registration IS evidence of intent to commit voter fraud. Of course, that’s why Lefties don’t want people to produce valid ID to cast ballots. You think that’s just a coincidence.

  6. tfr says:

    Yah, and Obama is gonna declare martial law and take over as king!

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