POLL: Most voters still believe cheating changed the outcome of the 2020 presidential election

by Laura Ramirez

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Nearly two years after the 2020 presidential election, voters remain doubtful about the legitimacy of the 2020 election.

55 percent of likely U.S. voters believe cheating changed its outcome, a recent Rasmussen poll shows. The survey was conducted across 1,000 likely U.S. voters on May 23-24. Only 39 percent of respondents overall indicated that cheating did not affect the election.

When broken down by political party, most Republicans and Independents expressed doubts over the fairness of the highly debatable election. However, Democrats did not.

With midterms quickly approaching, 82 percent of voters said the issue of election integrity will be “somewhat” important, and 61 percent claimed it is “very important.”

When Americans were asked about their thoughts on voter ID laws, a whopping 79 percent believe requiring voter ID to cast a ballot is a reasonable measure to secure the integrity of elections.

Despite attempts by Democrat leaders to shut down questions around the likelihood of voter fraud in the last presidential election, President Trump remains the favorite candidate among voters.

In a possible presidential rematch, Trump crushed Biden by double digits, 50 percent to 36 percent.

Moreover, most Americans agree that Biden should not seek reelection in 2024.

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