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Nearly 1 in 5 Believe Taylor Swift Election Conspiracy Theory

That vicious bitch! She's got me all lathered up worrying about her former boyfriends and the suffering she's endured. All along I've been manipulated like a fricken robot. Damn you TS!

Nearly 1 in 5 Believe Taylor Swift Election Conspiracy Theory

Monmouth University Poll Reports

February 14, 2024

But 2 in 3 Americans approve of the singer encouraging voter turnout

West Long Branch, NJ – Just under 1 in 5 Americans believe the singer Taylor Swift is part of a covert effort to help President Joe Biden win the 2024 election. At the same time, the Monmouth (“Mon-muth”) University Poll also finds that most Americans are supportive of efforts by Swift to encourage her fans to vote.

Just under half (46%) of the American public has heard something about Swift being part of a supposed covert government effort to help Biden win the 2024 presidential election. Just under 1 in 5 Americans (18%) believe such a conspiracy involving Swift exists. Fully 71% of those who believe this identify with or lean toward the Republican Party and 83% indicate they are likely to support Donald Trump in the fall. Also, nearly three-quarters (73%) of those who believe the Swift conspiracy also believe the 2020 election outcome was fraudulent. [Monmouth will be releasing a poll on the 2024 presidential election tomorrow.

It should be noted that the group of poll respondents who accept the Swift story as fact includes some people who claim to have been unaware of it (i.e., 42% of those who say the conspiracy exists also say they had not heard about it before being contacted by Monmouth).

“The supposed Taylor Swift PsyOp conspiracy has legs among a decent number of Trump supporters. Even many who hadn’t heard about it before we polled them accept the idea as credible. Welcome to the 2024 election,” said Patrick Murray, director of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute.

On a less sinister note, two-thirds (68%) of the American public approves of Swift encouraging her fans to vote in the upcoming election. However, Republicans (42%) are much less supportive than Democrats (88%) and independents (71%) of these turnout efforts.

Overall, 39% of American adults have a favorable impression of Swift. Only 13% hold an unfavorable view of her, while 43% have no opinion and just 5% have not heard of the singer at all. More than 1 in 4 adults are fans of Swift’s music, including 6% who call themselves “Swifties” – the name taken on by her most ardent devotees – and 22% count themselves among her less intense fans. Interestingly, Republicans (24%) are only somewhat less likely than Democrats (33%) to say they are fans of Swift’s music. In other demographic comparisons, more women (35%) than men (22%) are fans of the singer. Also, Swift fans are more likely to be found among adults who are 35 to 55 years old (36%) than among those either ages 18 to 34 (27%) or 55 and older (22%). This is due in part to the fact that the middle age group is more likely to have children at home. Specifically, parents (33%) are more likely than non-parents (26%) to say they are fans of Swift’s music.

The Monmouth University Poll was conducted by telephone from February 8 to 12, 2024 with 902 adults in the United States. The question results in this release have a margin of error of +/- 4.1 percentage points for the full sample. The poll was conducted by the Monmouth University Polling Institute in West Long Branch, NJ.

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