In , the presidential election was marred by turmoil and scandal over the Florida punch card votes and alleged racial discrimination acts against minorities at the polls. The article states that six out of every ten Republicans and persons surveyed believed that no clear winner will be determined by November 3, and seven out of every ten Democrats feel the same. In addition, one-half of the voters feared the results would be challenged in the Supreme Court. Both political parties, Democrats and Republicans, have filed lawsuits over a variety of complaints--ranging from how provisional ballots are counted to alleged fraud in voter registration.
The U. Presidential Election saw an unprecedented number of false claims alleging election fraud and arguing that Donald Trump was the actual winner of the election. Here we report a survey exploring belief in these false claims that was conducted three days after Biden was declared the winner. We find that a majority of Trump voters in our sample — particularly those who were more politically knowledgeable and more closely following election news — falsely believed that election fraud was widespread, and that Trump won the election.
The United States presidential election is considered as the longest and most controversial election in the world. The process from polling public opinion until becoming President is a complex process with multiple voting periods. There are many questions rised around the United States election results, particularly about the election result in between two presidential candidates George Walker Bush and Albert Arnold Gore.
Please join StudyMode to read the full document. The founding fathers set up the Presidential Election so that the people would be able to govern themselves, instead of being ruled by a tyrant. The presidential election should be an important event in all Americans' lives, yet many do not understand the process or how important it is.