Contrary to the mainstream media’s narrative, Rasmussen Reports shared a poll that shows more than half of American voters believe cheating affected the results of the 2020 presidential election.
Since the final call on election night in November, the media has done nearly everything in its power to dismiss claims of election fraud. Even with thousands of signed affidavits showing first-hand accounts of fraud, the primarily left-leaning news media vehemently denied that it happened.
Earlier this year, Rasmussen Reports conducted a poll on April 13 asking, “How likely is it that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election?”
74 percent of Republican likely voters indicated they believe that fraud impacted the 2020 election results. While Democrats polled much lower, a surprising 30 percent of them agreed. Overall, an average of 51 percent of all voters indicated they agree that cheating may have determined who became president.
However, the biggest margin of change came from the unaffiliated likely voters. 51 percent of unaffiliated voters agreed that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 election. This is a jump of twelve percent when compared to a November poll where just 39 percent of unaffiliated likely voters said the same.
A previous Rasmussen poll from Nov. 19, 2020, just days after Election Day, asked 1,000 likely voters, “How likely is it that Democrats stole votes or destroyed pro-Trump ballots in several states to ensure that Biden would win?”
According to the poll, forty-seven percent of all voters believed it was “very or somewhat likely” that Democrats won by unethical means.
30 percent of Democrats said that anti-Trump election interference affected the election results. 39 percent of unaffiliated voters said the same, while a whopping 75 percent of Republicans indicated the election was tampered with.
Even with constant pressure from the media to deny that voter fraud may have impacted the 2020 presidential election, millions still believe that Joe Biden didn’t legitimately win his seat in the White House. Audits, like the one being conducted in the state of Arizona, are giving Republicans and other skeptical voters a glimmer of hope that the truth will come out.