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Majority of Likely Voters Believe 'Cheating' Affected Outcome of 2020 Election: Poll

Fifty-one percent of all voters said it was either 'very or somewhat likely'

 on 12th June 2021 @ 8.00pm
the poll surveyed 1 000 national likely voters about whether they believed cheating impacted the 2020 election © press
The poll surveyed 1,000 national likely voters about whether they believed cheating impacted the 2020 election

The majority of U.S. voters believed that cheating impacted the results of the 2020 election, according to a new poll from Rasmussen.

Rasmussen Reports conducted the poll on April 11-12, with a margin of error of +/- 3 percentage points and a confidence level of 95 percent.

The poll surveyed 1,000 national likely voters.

They were asked:

“How likely is it that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election?”

Fifty-one percent of all voters said it was either “very or somewhat likely."

voters were not asked if they believed the election was stolen from former president donald trump  which has still yet to be proven © press
Voters were not asked if they believed the election was stolen from former President Donald Trump, which has still yet to be proven

Out of those who agreed were:

30 percent of Democrats

51 percent of unaffiliated voters

75 percent of Republicans

Voters were not asked if they believed the election was stolen from former President Donald Trump, which has still yet to be proven.

As of yet, no court has found credible evidence of widespread election-altering voter fraud in the 2020 election.

Despite this, there are multiple instances of localized voter fraud that affected the election’s outcome.

despite this  there are multiple instances of localized voter fraud that affected the election   s outcome © press
Despite this, there are multiple instances of localized voter fraud that affected the election’s outcome.

“So when it comes to the idea of universally mailing ballots to all voter registrations, we know the ballots will go to the wrong place or go out in the names of voters who are deceased,” Snead told The Western Journal.

“It introduces lots of problems. It risks chaos and voter confusion and unnecessarily opens the door to fraud as well.”

“You have these large collections of ballots that are automatically going out and just being left behind,” Snead said.

“That’s a pretty clear indication to folks that these people probably are not qualified voters, probably are not going to come back and ask questions about why someone voted in their name. And that’s … a mark for people who might want to cheat the system.”

Last month, officials conducting the Senate forensic audit of the 2020 election results in an Arizona county had raised the alarm after discovering "significant discrepancies" with the ballots and counting facilities.

The Senate Liaison for the Maricopa County 2020 Forensic Election Audit team gave a bombshell update about their findings in May, with updates following a few hours later.

Earlier this week, a poll manager in Fulton County, Georgia, testified that during the count of the 2020 presidential election, batches of ballots for Democrat Joe Biden emerged that were "pristine" and appeared to have been Xeroxed.

Poll Manager Suzi Voyles revealed highly unusual similarities with large quantities of ballots during the count on Election Night.

[READ MORE] Georgia County Election Officials Subpoenaed in Bombshell Fraud Case

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