Rasmussen Reports Survey: Most voters think that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election

Mar 15, 2022 | Survey, Vote Fraud

A new Rasmussen Reports survey of 1,000 likely U.S. voters conducted from March 3rd to 6th found 52% of voters say that it is likely that “cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. Forty percent (40%) of voters thought that was unlikely. It is possible to break this down further, with 33% saying that such cheating was very likely, 19% saying that it was somewhat likely, 13% that it was somewhat unlikely, and 27% saying that it was very unlikely.

Given how much the news media has been claiming that there is no evidence of vote fraud, these results are surprising. Indeed, a broad range of people believe that there was significant vote fraud: men, women, all age groups, whites, those who are neither white nor black, Republicans, those who are neither Republicans nor Democrats, all income groups but those making over $200,000 per year, all education groups but those who went to graduate school, and all job categories.

Perhaps these people know what the intelligentsia refuses to look at, that there is a reason that virtually all the rest of the world requires voter photo-IDs or that most of the world bans absentee ballots, let alone the mail-in ballots. We have done a lot of other research shows that there was significant vote fraud in the 2020 presidential election.

As is usual in these polls, those who have the highest incomes and went to graduate school tend to agree the most with Democrats and liberals.