Trump has made Georgia Republican voters sad ahead of runoff: Fox News survey
Participants in the Million MAGA March in support of President Trump and his futile effort to overturn the 2020 election. (Phil Pasquini / Shutterstock.com)

Georgia voters for President Donald Trump are sad and may hurt the Republican Senators in the January runoff.


The Washington Post reported Tuesday that a Fox News Poll is showing depressed Republican voters.

When asked whether "this presidential election has made you more or less likely to vote in the next presidential election," 75 percent of Republicans told pollsters Trump has made them more likely to vote in the next presidential election. But the next election isn't in four years.

But when Trump supporters were asked if they're more or less likely to vote in the next election, 19 percent, about 1 in 5, said they are less likely. That's a number that can determine the election. Just 5 percent of President-elect Joe Biden voters said they're less likely to vote. All Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff have to do is get the same voters who supported Biden to vote one more time in January, and they'll win.

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