Two-thirds of Voters (except liberals, those who think the country is going in the right direction, and those who approve of Biden’s job) are Concerned that Fraud will affect the 2024 Presidential Election.

Jun 21, 2024 | Survey, Vote Fraud

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 66% of Likely U.S. voters are concerned that the outcome of the presidential election will be affected by cheating, including 40% who are Very Concerned. Thirty-one percent (31%) aren’t concerned, including 14% who are Not At All Concerned about cheating in the election. These findings have barely changed from previous surveys over the last couple of years (e.g., see here and here).

While even Democrats are concerned about vote fraud affecting the 2024 presidential election by a 55%-to-40% margin, liberals by a 50%-to-44% margin, those who strongly support Biden by a slim 50%-to-46% margin, and those who think the country is heading in the right direction by a slim 49%-to-47% margin are not concerned. Those happiest with the Biden win are the least concerned about vote fraud. But a majority of all other groups are concerned, though those with a graduate school education are pretty evenly divided with a slim 51% to 48% being concerned.

What might be most surprising is that a slim plurality of likely voters (47%-to-44%) think that “there is no way Joe Biden got 81 million votes in the 2020 election.” Interestingly, Hispanics are even more likely (by 53%-to-42%) than whites (by 48%-to-44%) to say that Biden’s vote total was due to fraud.