US Democracy Is At Risk Of Failing, According To 64% Of Americans : The NPR Politics Podcast The sentiment is felt most acutely by Republicans, two-thirds of whom wrongly believe that "voter fraud helped Joe Biden win the 2020 election." That's according to a new NPR/Ipsos poll out Monday. A majority of Republicans and Democrats alike reject political violence, while more than 1 in 5 respondents say violence is sometimes justified to protect democracy or American culture and values.

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US Democracy Is At Risk Of Failing, According To 64% Of Americans

US Democracy Is At Risk Of Failing, According To 64% Of Americans

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The sentiment is felt most acutely by Republicans, two-thirds of whom wrongly believe that "voter fraud helped Joe Biden win the 2020 election." That's according to a new NPR/Ipsos poll out Monday. A majority of Republicans and Democrats alike reject political violence, while more than 1 in 5 respondents say violence is sometimes justified to protect democracy or American culture and values.

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Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.org
Join the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.
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