“Many anti-Trumpers insisted throughout President Trump’s four years in office that he was not their president, and a surprisingly high number of voters feel the same way about President-elect Biden,” Rasmussen writes, adding, “Just 56% of Likely U.S. Voters feel that Biden is their president. Thirty-four percent (34%) say he is not, while 10% more are not sure.”
When asked, “Do your family and friends consider Biden their president?” that number drops to just 52%. Nolte points out that pollsters have discovered the “family/friends” question to be more accurate than a direct question.
Only 51% of unaffiliated (independent) voters consider Biden to be their president. A mere 28% of Republicans say Biden is their president.
“The Not-My-President rules have been around and accepted for 20 years now,” Nolte writes. Those are your rules, and now that some 70 million patriotic Americans are playing by them, I don’t want to hear any crybabying.”