On behalf of TNDF Embold Research surveyed 1,125 registered voters in Tennessee, with an oversample of Hamilton County, to measure where voters stand on a number of policy initiatives related to democracy, the economy, and education.
The modeled margin of error is 3.2%.
Tennesseans were divided on their preception of January 6th.
Which of the following comes closest to your views on the events of January 6th, 2021, even if neither is exactly right? As a reminder, on January 6th, protestors attacked the US Capitol building in an attempt to prevent the certification of the 2020 Presidential Election results.
When asked who they belived won the 2020 presidential election, voters were similarly divided.
Regardless of who you voted for, who do you think won the 2020 presidential election?
48% of voters said they would not vote for a candidate who voted to block the certification of the 2020 election. 27% said it made no difference.
Thinking about the 2022 election for Congress, if a candidate voted to block the certification of the presidential election after the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, how likely would you be to vote for them?