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For weeks, Donald Trump supporters have expressed increasing levels of distrust about the voting process—and new poll numbers show the extent of those doubts. Only 11% of his supporters are “highly confident” that votes across the country will be counted accurately in the general election, per a new survey by Pew Research Center. Hillary Clinton’s supporters aren’t that much more confident—only about half of them (49%) are highly confident votes will be counted accurately.
— Pew Research Center (@pewresearch) August 19, 2016