VIDEO: Swing state voters say Biden supporters more likely to protest election results
- Campus Reform headed to the polls in the key swing state of Pennsylvania on Election Day.
- In recent days, the greater Philadelphia area has seen protests in wake of the death of Walter Wallace Jr., and voters were asked what reaction they expect to see from voters after the election.
Campus Reform headed to the polls in the key swing state of Pennsylvania on Election Day.
In recent days, the greater Philadelphia area has seen protests in wake of the death of Walter Wallace Jr. Campus Reform asked voters what they expect to see after the election. Voters had mixed predictions about what reaction the right will have if President Trump loses.
One young man said, “They will be really salty. That’s really about it," referring to voters on the right.
Another young man said they will “keep their heads down and vote again in the next election.”
Others expressed concerns over a peaceful transfer of power. However, voters agreed that they expect to see protests or riots if Joe Biden loses.
“People are going to be upset, they’re going to be hurt,” said one young man. “Whatever way they choose to take out their emotions is their choice.”
As to whether protests in Philadelphia have been productive, voters expressed mixed feelings.
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