The majority of Americans would prefer a national popular vote over America's current Electoral College system.
The announcement comes from the Pew Research Center after they found that 63% of Americans would prefer our presidential election just be a popular vote.
That number has grown since last year.
In 2021, only 55% of Americans were in favor of a popular vote.
This is noteworthy because two presidents in recent history have still been awarded the presidency despite losing the electoral college.
Both of them were Republicans.
George W. Bush and Donald Trump.
Perhaps that's why so many more liberals want a popular vote.
They definitely made their voice heard in this poll:
— Pew Research Center (@pewresearch) August 5, 2022
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