Survey, Vote Fraud

Americans overwhelmingly believe that Vote by mail will lead to more vote fraud, most believe that vote fraud affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election

11 Oct , 2021  

new Rasmussen Reports survey shows that by a 66% to 28% margin likely voters believe that mail-in voting will lead to more vote fraud. Over 50% of whites, blacks, and others and all income groups believe that. Democrats, those who approve of Biden, and those with graduate degrees are the only ones where there isn’t a majority who believe that.…

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Survey

Gallup: Almost no Americans naming guns as the nation’s top problem, one-fourth the number who say that crime/violence is the most important problem

24 Aug , 2021  

In July 2021, A Gallup poll showed that only 1% of Americans named guns/gun control the most important problem facing the country. Nor is that any unusual polling result. By contrast, 4% of Americans viewed crime/violence as the most important problem.

Even the notoriously anti-gun NORC in a survey last December with the Associated Press found that only 5% of Americans thought gun control was one of the top five problems they wanted the government working on in 2021.…

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70% of Likely US Voters think violent crime is “out of control,” by a 65% to 23% spread, blacks say that district attorneys refusing to prosecute accused criminals increases crime

19 Aug , 2021  

A new poll by Rasmussen Reports finds a great deal of agreement across races and sexes regarding crime and law enforcement. Blacks are only slightly more concerned about the recent increase in violent crime than whites, though Hispanics are more concerned. Blacks are also not very concerned about police being “too tough on violent crime,” and they are the one racial group that believes the police don’t have the necessary resources to do their job.…

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