Recently, a poll conducted by the Rasmussen Reports, an American polling agency, showed that most American voters believe that whether it is Trump or Biden winning the presidential election, violent protests will erupt in the country.
On November 4, in New York, the police put out trash lit by protesters. On that day, hundreds of protesters took to the streets of New York, demanding “to count every vote.” Xinhua News Agency
Russian Satellite News Agency reported on the 5th that the United States will hold presidential elections on November 3, and the new president will be elected between the current President Trump and the Democratic candidate Biden. The vote counting has not yet ended, and protests have begun in the United States, and some protests have turned into riots.
The poll was conducted from November 1 to 2, and 1,000 American voters who may participate in the vote were surveyed. The poll results show that 68% of respondents believe that Trump and Biden supporters may not find a common position. Only 27% of respondents believe that their supporters can find a common position on the main issues facing the United States.
If Trump is elected, 67% of American voters expect violent protests in the country; if Biden is elected, 52% expect violent protests in the country.
According to real-time statistics from the Associated Press, the Democratic candidate Biden has won 264 electoral votes, Trump has received 214 electoral votes, and the final 270 electoral votes will win the election.
However, because the vote counting work in Arizona is still in progress, and the gap between the two candidates is small, the New York Times, CNN, Washington Post and other media have not yet classified the 11 One electoral vote belongs to Biden, which shows that Biden has 253 electoral votes.