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New Rasmussen Survey: Like surveys before the election, most believe mail-in voting encourages fraud. The highest-income people, the ones with the most education, are least likely to be very concerned about preventing cheating in elections.

New Rasmussen Survey: Like surveys before the election, most believe mail-in voting encourages fraud. The highest-income people, the ones with the most education, are least likely to be very concerned about preventing cheating in elections.

Before the election, at the end of September, likely voters by a 62%-to-36% margin thought that preventing cheating in elections was more important than making voting easier for everybody. A new Rasmussen Reports Survey shows voters holding the same views, though not...

Rasmussen: 58% of Likely US Voters think it’s at least somewhat likely that wider use of mail-in voting will lead to more cheating in elections, 50% think it is likely there will be widespread cheating affecting this fall’s congressional elections, Including 35% of Democrats

Rasmussen: 58% of Likely US Voters think it’s at least somewhat likely that wider use of mail-in voting will lead to more cheating in elections, 50% think it is likely there will be widespread cheating affecting this fall’s congressional elections, Including 35% of Democrats

A July 5th national telephone and online survey of 1,000 likely U.S. voters by Rasmussen Reports and The National Pulse finds large percentages of all types of Americans believe that mail-in voting will lead to more cheating in elections. A smaller number, but still...

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