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

Nov 13, 2022 | Survey, Vote Fraud

Rasmussen Reports Survey of 1,000 U.S. Likely Voters conducted on September 28-29, 2022, shows that Americans are very concerned about vote fraud. Surprisingly, given the fear that voter IDs other anti-fraud measures will prevent the poorest and least educated from voting, the highest paid individuals and those with graduate school educations are more concerned about making it “easier for everybody to vote.”

By a huge a margin, by a 62%-to-36%, likely voters think that making sure that there is no cheating in elections is more important than making it easier for everyobody to vote. They were even more concerned about fraud in the just completed November congressional election — by a 84%-to-13% margin. Indeed, all categories of voters are concerned, though again those with graduate school educations are the least concerned.

Despite one “news” article after another since then has asserted that President Trump’s claims about vote fraud in the 2020 election “baseless” (Associated Press and The Washington Post) or “without evidence” (The New York TimesPolitico and NBC News), likely voters by a significant margin, 54%-to-41%, think that vote fraud affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.




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