A new Rasmussen poll has revealed that American voters remain concerned about election integrity and nearly half of Americans do not believe that Joe Biden actually received 81 million votes in the 2020 election.
The report detailed that 49 percent of likely voters believe it is true that “there is no way that Joe Biden got 81 million votes in the 2020 election.”
Over 1,000 Americans of voting age were surveyed in the poll, and their concerns regarding election integrity were clear. 66 percent of these likely voters expressed fears that cheating will affect the 2024 election.
This comes after Judicial Watch won various lawsuits to clean up voter rolls, per RSBN. They won in California, Colorado, and now Pennsylvania where millions of ineligible voters still plagued the voter rolls — a serious issue when mass mail-in ballots are utilized like they were during 2020.
In addition, individuals conducting voter fraud schemes to obtain multiple ballots have been uncovered. The DOJ released details concerning an Iowa woman who was charged “with 26 counts of providing false information in registering and voting, three counts of fraudulent registration, and 23 counts of fraudulent voting.
Cases like these have been found across the nation, from the ongoing crackdowns in Florida, per The Heritage Foundation, to the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling that deems absentee drop boxes illegal, via RSBN. Over two years later, Americans are still debating the legitimacy of the 2020 election.
President Trump joked about it at The New Hampshire Federation of Republican Women Lilac Luncheon. He said, “He didn’t get 80 million votes.”
He went on, “You go to a Biden rally, nobody shows up.”
This new Rasmussen poll displays that a large portion of Americans agree with President Trump which is why so many voters believe that voter fraud is a serious issue that may affect the 2024 presidential election.