Fully a third of Hillary Clinton voters say they do not believe President-elect Donald Trump's victory was legitimate, reveals a new Washington Post/ABC News poll released Sunday. Before Trump's win, some 22 percent of his voters said they might not accept the election results, a proportion outpaced by the 33 percent of Clinton backers who now reject the outcome.
Among Clinton voters, her female and minority supporters are the most likely to deem Trump an illegitimate winner. More than four in 10 pro-Clinton women question Trump's legitimacy, and 51 percent of Clinton's non-white voters say the same.
Saturday evening marked the fourth straight night of nationwide protests of Trump's triumph, turmoil the Trump camp says Democratic leadership has a responsibility to quell by embracing the president-elect.