New Rasmussen Survey: The highest income people, the ones with the most education, are least likely to be very concerned about preventing cheating in elections

Aug 27, 2022 | Survey, Vote Fraud

A new Rasmussen Reports Survey of 1,000 U.S. Likely Voters conducted on August 17-18, 2022, shows that Americans are very concerned about violent crime, with 60% very concerned and 15% somewhat concerned. Only 22% are not concerned, and 2% are not sure. The agreement holds across sex, age, race, party, and ideology, though Democrats, liberals, those making over $200,000 per year, and those who graduated from graduate school are least likely to be very concerned. Given that voter ID regulations supposedly discriminate against the poor and least educated, it is interesting that they are much more concerned about vote fraud than those who are the most educated and wealthiest. It is also interesting that blacks are more concerned about vote fraud than whites or other racial groups.

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