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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by Gundude, Sep 24, 2020.
Ironically proving exactly why we have and need the Electoral College.
And no doubt this poll reflects a fair and random sampling across all citizens of the USA.
Just like the presidential election polls.
The only reason people want to abolish the Electoral College is because they're pissed about favorite candidates losing.
Mic drop, end of story.
Only 61% of Leftist Democrats want to abolish the electoral college.
Just further evidence of the inevitable decline of Western civilization.
You're right, if it was an actual representative sample of our population, the most popular answer would be "People should be able to attend any college they want."
And if Trump had gotten the greater popular vote but lost the Electoral count, his base would have started clamoring for an end to the EC the day after the election.
If it is removed, then california and new york get to decide who the presidents are. Thats why we have it to begin with, so that a couple states can`t decide what they think is best for the country.
Yup. That's exactly why nothing of importance should be decided by majority vote.
The left use to love the EC, that is until Bush beat Al Gore by the EC and again by Trump over Clinton.
Proves how stupid many people really are and why we need the electoral college even more today than ever.
Ask again, leaving out the Californians who include illegal aliens in their sanctuary-outlaw state.
Imagine being ruled by those urban rats. Look what they've done to themselves.
What's the old saying,
Democracy is two wolves and a lamb deciding what's for lunch.
The electoral college exists to protect the minority from the majority.
Anyone who dosent understand why we have the EC, probably shouldnt be allowed to vote.
Those same type of people want the constitution burned as well.
Yep, exactly what happened when 0 was elected twice. Yep. Sheesh. Your crystal ball fails you.
Not surprised. Most don't really understand why it exists.
61% of those polled have not read the constitution nor would they understand the principles used to draft the document
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The best part of the statement "61 percent support abolishing the Electoral College" is the irony that it would take a higher percentage of states to agree to do this! LOL.